AHH! It's in my back!!!

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SickInCT
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Date Joined Nov 2008
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   Posted 2/3/2009 7:26 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey guys just wanted to run this by you to see if it's normal. Well over the past year I have noticed that all my Lyme symptoms revolve around my lower back. I have constant lower back pain all day every day. When I sit for a long period of time and by back starts to get irritated my Lyme gets really bad. If I rest and I avoid sitting during the day my Lyme symptoms are overall better. Tonight I had to sit down for over an hour ( I usually avoid sitting). My lower back started hurting REALLY bad, all over my muscles started twitching, I started feeling really out of it and my vision perception got all screwy among other things.


Just about all of my condition revolves around my lower back. Is this normal!? If so why!?

Dowa
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Date Joined Sep 2008
Total Posts : 1120
   Posted 2/3/2009 8:28 PM (GMT -6)   
I was told that "toxins" settle in the two muscles that go along the spine, from neck to lumbar section. So, alot of people have the neck problems but the low back is just the extension of those muscles. On a bad day I will have the pain all the way down my spine. While I was in detox, the pain was pretty much gone. Good luck-
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