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king1234
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Date Joined Nov 2006
Total Posts : 491
   Posted 11/4/2008 2:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi guys. I go back to my LLMD in two wks, yet to be dx. I feel like I am getting worse. Last night when I went to sit down my pelvic bone popped out of place. So I tested it and stood up, then sat down, stood up, sat down (about 10 times) each time-click, click, click. My shoulders cracking several times when I roll over at night. The pains are getting deep, etc...
 
My LLMD tested me for co infections so I should have those results by the time I see her. I hope she dx me so I can go on meds.
 
Due to my variety of symptoms, I really believe I have lyme, lupus or SOME form of bacteria. Now my question is wouldnt the meds that I would be put on for lyme help possible other bacteria in my body?
 
 
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33 yr old female
 
GERD dx March 2007
Migraines with Aura
IBS
Currently no dx for:  migratory joint/bone pain, extreme joint cracking, feet buzzing/vibrating, right eye pain,mid spine soreness (like a constant bruise) fatigue and dizzy spells, bumps and indents on nails. New as of Aug-muscle twitching throughout my body. 
 
New as of Oct- DX with mild to moderate c spine stenosis and compression on spinal cord .
 
TESTS-BloodCBC,ANA,Sed rate,Lupus,RA, Vit D,Anti nuc,Calcium.TSH (seems to flucuate alot),T3 -Too many to list -all CLEAR
 
Scans/xraysUltra sound of stomach organs,Sig/colonoscopy (mid way through),MRI of head and spine, full body bone scan-ALL CLEAR
 
 
 
 
 
 


ticker
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Date Joined Feb 2003
Total Posts : 9208
   Posted 11/4/2008 8:41 PM (GMT -6)   

Hi king1234.  I am sorry you are having so many symptoms.

Not all antibiotics work for all bacteria.  If you are asking specifically about co-infections, some of the antibiotics for co-infections may be effective for Lyme also.  I say may because what may work for some cases, may not work for others.  Babesiosis is similar to malaria and needs to be treated with an anti-malarial and antibiotic combination.  

Good luck at your upcoming appointment!  Let us know how it goes okay?

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