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Lyme disease

So I just filed for insurance through my state but I’m just curious if anyone else has had this. My sister has it already and think I do to. Waiting to get tested. But anyway so last week after I helped my mom with mulch my legs started feeling to get really heavy feeling, felt swollen and felt like someone was pulling something really tight around my kneecap. Anyway if I do test positive it would explain a lot of other things and I have had it over 20 years.
I know a friend that lost feeling in her legs, they thought she was paralyzed. She had a deer tick attached under her hairline on her neck. I know they can cause Lyme disease
JRVanguard · 26-30, M
I haven’t personally but I work at a doctors office and have had a few patients come in with it

It is possible that you have it from those symptoms and onset that you describe
Mulching makes sense for you to come in contact with a tick who could spread it and the heaviness sounds very much like the common weakness associated with Lyme’s
JRVanguard · 26-30, M
@Tittyqueen It’s definitely a possibility
If it comes out negative I would recommend an orthopedist
The pulling in the knee cap you mentioned means it’s more than likely an issue in that area if it’s not Lymes

Best of luck
I hope you find out what it is soon and feel better🤗
Tittyqueen · 41-45, F
@JRVanguard thanks
JRVanguard · 26-30, M
@Tittyqueen Anytime🤗
MrBrownstone · 46-50, M
Or you are top heavy
passingby8 · 31-35, F
Good luck!What other symptoms are you having?
Tittyqueen · 41-45, F
@passingby8 stomach, gi issues, congative issues, my hands have also started hurting too this last week. Tjm, facial paralysis
passingby8 · 31-35, F
@TittyqueenThat sounds kinda scary i hope you get answers soon.
Tittyqueen · 41-45, F
@passingby8 thanks for your kindness yeah always thought the gi problem were from my childhood trauma but now I’m not so sure.
weapon3030 · 51-55, M
What state?
MartinTheFirst · 22-25, M
[quote]People with lyme disease often recover within two to six weeks without antibiotics.[/quote]
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Tittyqueen · 41-45, F
I’m not claiming anything I’m asking other people who may have it what they think. I was bit and the tick was on me for servers days and quite large once it was spotted. Back then they only did one blood test and didn’t know the blood test were inaccurate (not my fault). And I didn’t have to respond to such a rude comment but I am. And yes if I test positive insurance will pay for my treatment antibiotics. Considering I’ve been screwed over this whole plandemic fiasco, I work really hard not my fault my employer doesn’t offer insurance @MarkPaul

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