I'm almost afraid to ask, but need some information so I can fight this fight with some intelligence. Got my diagnosis in late Oct. for lyme and co-infections after suffering for 14 years. I'm so very fortunate to have a lyme literate doc here in my city. I was told it would be a long road, and most likely I would feel worse in the process of getting better. I have a low grade fever much of the time, my hearing and vision has declined a little, having "head rushes" and chest pain, nausea, and trouble sleeping. I'm told this is part of the detox one goes through. Is it different for each person? What other symptoms should I know about so I won't be surprised when or if they occur? Don't need any more drama than I already get on a daily basis teaching 6th grade! Thanks for letting me just throw this out there.
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