i denied that iwas sick

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jennie48
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   Posted 7/31/2009 10:05 PM (GMT -6)   
its me agin i just wanted to add it that i totaly was trying to fightthis without meds and try to be normal but it got bad and it started to take over me a bit..i noticed the tiredness and all i wanted to do was lay dwn after a few hrs of being awake...i slept all morning..work got hard for me to lift ot be on my feet...when idrove a long distance i wanted to take a nap were i ended up or be very sleepy driving. i hate to drive its such a strugle sometimes to payatention and iahve ADHD and its never been like this...also its tiring to drive all the time like i said longdistances...so i try not to do to much in one day....also one thing that i hate the headaches from the lights at work they are florecent and the cun is horrible on my eyes and also im not hyper at all or got any energy andalways feel miserable or just very calm and tired and its so not me...when i am out with my friends i am just there ifnnyou know whet i mean
 
i got to go to bed got work at 8am and the computer is hurting my eyes ...;)
"I will not let Lyme controll my life i will controll my own life"
lyme since June 08
meds-zithromax 500mg one a day/ 1  month // Plaquenil 200mg twice a day/ 1 month
starting 10/3 doxy100mg // omnicef 300mg
 
ADHD/anxiety/depression// celexa 20mg


gorbybelle
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Date Joined May 2009
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   Posted 8/1/2009 1:42 AM (GMT -6)   
I know what you mean - just 'being there' feeling like you aren't really part of things - at one stage I thought - if I ignore this and plough through it - I will be o.k. - it doesn't work like that - our bodies are talking to us - with the pain/fatigue - the best thing is to listen - there are times when we can't and shouln't ignore our bodies - the changes that lyme bacteria force on us can be so unrelenting at times - I have found that 'listening' instead of 'ignoring' my pain has helped me with the anxiety symptom of lyme - which obviously helps with the pain/fatigue - I don't mean 'surrendering' to this stuff - but to 'accept' that it is there. Supporting/helping our bodies with it's fight is the best way to go.


whilst I was taking 'doxy' I got very depressed/anxious - crying a lot and very fatigued.

veromia333
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Date Joined Mar 2009
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   Posted 8/1/2009 1:13 PM (GMT -6)   
I believe in the thyroid connection. Lyme can throw off your pituitary axis. So thyroid is in that axis. Taking something to regulate thyroid can do alot for pain and brain and energy. I also am taking concerta for ADD
The line is faded not showing where Lyme came in. I became a new Mommy n my Lyme decided to show itself. Swollen elephant like knee and finger and limiting back pain. Bell's palsey, weight loss as if I had no muscle on my bones anymore. And much more text book lyme symptoms. To a Lyme doc, after alot of there is nothing wrong with you and a recommend to counceling,he said V this is Lyme. What kept me pressing on I had Lyme while I was pregnant. I know I was not infected while pregnant. I am watching her with an eagle eye. God Bless everyone. Love Veronica. Were the ones who know about Lyme not the doctors. Isnt that just mad? Backwards. Alice in wonderland.


jennie48
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Date Joined Sep 2008
Total Posts : 293
   Posted 8/1/2009 7:00 PM (GMT -6)   
yes i def need to pay more attention to what my body is telling me....i used to be on ritalin and went off of it about 3 or 4 yrs ago.....so i am on celexa for the anxiety and to help with my adhd......what is your pituitary axis?
"I will not let Lyme controll my life i will controll my own life"
lyme since June 08
meds-zithromax 500mg one a day/ 1  month // Plaquenil 200mg twice a day/ 1 month
starting 10/3 doxy100mg // omnicef 300mg
 
ADHD/anxiety/depression// celexa 20mg

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