Hi Pat, Your funny... you would have to call me unfaithful because I visit a few other forums on here as well, heck I even mod another forum
I don't have costo however I know that it can happen to anyone (sick or well). My grandmother gets it and she has rheumatoid arthritis. All I know is it can be very painful and some people mistake it for a heart attack. (Always best to rule out heart problems though) I wish there was more I could tell you about
it but I just never really looked for things on it.
I would still make sure that you don't get lyme though, I would ask your doc if they treat for possible lyme (prevention) because I know there is an incubation period. If you could attack it before it attacked you, you may be at a lower risk. I think the treatment involves antibiotics however this is another subject I don't know much about
. Just a thought.
Great news about
the lymph nodes!!!
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