jennie - I feel that way too, it just never ends. Not just one thing after another, but often, one weird thing after another. After years of misdiagnosis, I'm accustomed to investigating my own symptoms, but often can't find an answer. And if I went to the doctor's office every time something new went wrong, I'd be a fixture there. If I went to the ER every time I had chest pains and other symptoms indicative of a cardiac emergency, I may as well pitch a tent in the parking lot. It's very stressful to be bombarded constantly with symptoms and unable to discern the source, and unsure when it is prudent to see a doctor, when it is prudent to just wait it out. Like Traveler, for me things usually don't stay the same for long. That is the litmus paper for my medical decisions now. If something new crops up, and it doesn't dissipate in 2 or 3 days, or if it keeps getting worse, or it is unbearable (and with Lyme, I'm betting we all have much higher standards for unbearable than most people) then I seek help. Not that it is always useful to do that. I've been trying to find out what's wrong with my left leg for a week now, and one GP, one ER physician, and one LLMD later, I still have no idea what is wrong and where to go next. Maybe you have had similar experiences.
If you keep feeling this way and your attempts to alleviate your pain by relaxing, maybe drinking some chamomile tea, eating easily digestible foods, then were it me, I'd get it checked out. The stress of worrying about it won't help in recovery. I hope you feel better soon.
I have Lyme; it doesn't have me.