You know when part of your body falls asleep, and after you "wake it up" you feel the blood rushing and it's sort of uncomfortable? Lately I've been feeling this ALL THE TIME only there's no reason I can see why the circulation should be cut off. It's in my arms and legs, but for some reason especially my left side. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this (it's only been going on since I've been on antibiotics).
Does Lyme somehow affect circulation? Is it something about toxins in the blood or something? Also, my left arm is extremely weak. Whenever I try to use it (to drive, to hold up a jar of baby food) it feels like the blood flow is cut off and it ends up really hurting all the way through to my chest. It sounds kind of silly with all the other symptoms going on, but this is currently the most limiting. Any thoughts?
And sorry for the scatter-brained post, but I also have another question if anyone has any insight. Lately I've been doing way too much internet research on Lyme, and I came across something that said that the existence of Lyme toxins hasn't been proven. Does anyone know of any research that points to evidence that this is a real phenomenon? I believe that it is (and detox baths really seem to help) but I have a scientist mentality with this sort of thing, I need to know something for a fact before I can believe it. THanks in advance!
Post Edited (Heathersdad) : 12/15/2012 5:40:25 PM (GMT-7)