There are many, many symptoms of Lyme disease, and due to the infection of multi systems, there are unknown thousands or even hundreds of thousands who develop Lyme disease each year.
There are many, many symptoms of Lyme disease, and due to the infection of multi systems, there are unknown thousands or even hundreds of thousands who develop Lyme disease each year. While suspecting a flu or muscle strain, the infection can quickly invade the central
nervous system and create a deeply embedded chronic infection.
There are certain give-away symptoms that are common to Lyme and rare for other illnesses. If you have three or more of these symptoms you should be checked by a Lyme-literate doctor. They are:
1. Flu in the summer.
2. Pain that moves around from joint to joint.
3. Pain in your eyes from bright light.
4. Bell’s Palsy
5. Inexplicable rage.
6. Panic attacks for the first time.
8. Fevers that appear and disappear OR a very low temp between 92 and 97 degrees
9. Pain in your feet when you first get up in the morning.
10. Extreme loss of energy.
Any one of these symptoms should send you to the doctor, especially if they continue. Due to the discovery of so many infectious bacteria and pathogens, and the reality of germ warfare it is not a sign of weakness to go to the doctor for these symptoms but of courage.