If you haven't already read it, you might want to read "Cure Unknown." Or rent the DVD "Under Our Skin." Some people do get better. It's such an individual disease. It takes some people longer than others to recover, and different people need different treatments. Some people stay on low dose antibiotics for the rest of their lives and live symptom free. Some people get worse. If you've had Lyme for a long time, that's a complicating factor. If you have coinfections, that also makes treatment more difficult. However, there are many options for treatment so if something isn't working there is always something else to try. Having a good doctor helps in figuring ont which one will be right for you. And listening to your body also helps. Don't get discouraged. It sounds as if, like me, you are at the beginning of the journey. We have no way of knowing yet how it will go for us. It is good to learn from the people here what we can do to help ourselves. And it's always good to know there is someone else going through what we are experiencing.
I have Lyme; it doesn't have me.