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... what I am going to do...I feel like crying. I am only 19 and my family isn't supporting me and my persuing my symptoms. They feel that I have been tested for Lyme at Labcorp and it came up negative, so I don't have lyme. ... (18 replies)
... These 2 things can coexist, and can affect fertility, particularly if your thyroid hormone levels are low. DsDNA antibodies are specific for lupus. ANA can be positive in both conditions. ... (4 replies)
... aving lots of trouble with my vision as well as having major brain fog, body aches and lack of coordination. I have been falling alot and was seriously wondering if I had MS or early onset of Alzheimer's. I have been told that I am a canary. What? ... (2 replies)

Lupus vs. Lyme
Nov 10, 2004
... You make a very important point. I don't believe anyone here on the lyme board ever recommended that Ceya stop taking her Lupus meds. ... (17 replies)
... means that you HAVE been infected with the spirochette bacteria. ... (8 replies)
... First I would like to thank poster Ticker for advising me and encouraging me to go and find a Lyme Doctor and get tested. ... (1 replies)
Lupus vs. lymes
Aug 11, 2004
... I believe it is attacking a bacteria we cannot as doctors always easily find." This is why so many people thought to have autoimmune disease respond to antibiotics. ... (6 replies)
... Went to my eye dr about dry eyes. He suggested I may have an underlying disorder such as lupus or thyroid problems. He recommended Restasis but suggested trying OTC drops at first. ... (11 replies)
... What you have described is common for many lymies, going from one specialist to another looking for answers to symptoms as they arise. ... (10 replies)
... me. I went on a long trip down the east coast for a funeral and I remember being mentally hesitant, something i've never felt before but that would continuously get worse. ... (6 replies)
... Nancy I know you will sort it out. I guess the chronic lyme thing is a little hard for most Dr's to swallow. At least you got a poitive for lyme. I only got a positive for babesia. ... (16 replies)
... Hi SallyDoll, I ditto everything that Tess said in her post. I too was diagnosed with everything under the sun. Including what your speaking of. I was tested for Lupus over and over and over. I went to EONS of doctors and had EONS of test. I went to every type of specialist there is. ... (10 replies)
... s now on IV antibiotics and is finally seeing some improvement. She had no idea she was bit and we don't even know how long ago it may have been. The tests for Lyme are notoriously inaccurate. She was tested many times and they came back negative. Her doctor ran a test through a lab in California called IGENEX. ... (6 replies)
... by burrowing into tissue and changing into a cyst which then waits until things become more favorable and come right back out. You HAVE to kill the cysts or the Lymes will come back again and again, despite multiple courses of antibiotics. Many docs don't realize this. ... (34 replies)
... I'm not sure if your question, "Are you being seen by an LLMD? ... (8 replies)
... I am 21 years old. I think from 2 years of researching that I either have lupus or lyme disease and I really need some help. ... (3 replies)
... fatigue that can last for months. ... (3 replies)
... First let me tell you that if you do have Lyme, you can be treated. Many people have it for years before getting diagnosed. Lyme definitely is in England. I believe there is at least one member here from England. ... (6 replies)
... second Nuero asap. Am looking forward to Showing my GP test Results and what we missed cause did suggest to Him it will be in 2010 after watching a documentry on lyme that we should check for this? ... (9 replies)
... I got back to the campsite I felt really dizzy and confused and not fully conscious. I lay down and felt worse, as though I was about to pass out, the only way I can describe it is the feeling you get when you have drunk too much and the room is spinning. ... (1 replies)


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