I agree with WalkingByFaith . . .
If there was even a remote suspicion that you have Lyme, I would follow this thread and consult with a known/verifiable Lyme specialist. Lyme exposure is increasing. Lyme no longer has origins in rural and “back woods” communities. Common air travel of people and parcels has diffusely spread Lyme across geographical
The bacterial strains that define Lyme are sleuth-like and able to cloak their cell membranes within the body, which undermines the immune assault. Lyme is able to lie in waiting, invading the body’s nooks and crannies, a sort of hibernation - symptomatic periods that can arise months after initial exposure. Lyme has a predilection or affinity to afflict the central nervous system.
Lyme stumps most physicians. A Lyme specialist is essential. It is a complex condition. Given a lack of diagnostic direction from the swath of physicians that you have seen (ophthalmologists, neurologists, et al), I would circle back and reconsider Lyme under a stronger and more focused infectious disease diagnostic model.
Pituitary failure, wide-spread endocrine dysfunction
Mixed connective tissue disorder
Extensive intestinal perforation with sepsis, permanent ileostomy
Avascular necrosis of both hips and jaw
Receiving Palliative Care (care and comfort)
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