Posted 9/24/2013 6:09 AM (GMT -7)
Lyme can remain dormant for years, or for as long as your immune system functions properly. Anything that suppresses your immune system, like stress or other illness, can activate/reactivate the lyme infection.
My daughter's IBS symptoms resulted from her bartonella coinfection, and since treatment began she hasn't had that problem again.
Just wondering if you have had any cardiac workups. Pain radiating from the strenum to shoulder blades, dizziness and nausea may be heart symptoms. You should perhaps see a cardiologist to rule out that possibility.
2008 - insect bite (bruise-like rash) - motor/vocal tics, emotional lability (including rage), age regressive behaviour, low level OCD, urinary frequency, diminished fine motor ability, insomnia. Waxed and waned with strep/viral infections.
2010 - Dx ADHD, motor tic disorder, high functioning aspergers, motor delay, probable PANDAS.
Jan 2011 - shin/forearm pain, cyclic IBS, foot (sole) pain, dizziness, palpitations, chest pain, anxiety/panic attacks, pick-like skull pain, pain and stiffness at base of skull, tingling in extremeties, chills and hot flashes, nightly fever.
June 2011 - Igenex PCR positive bartonella, IND lyme. CD57 18. Positive ANA (speckled type), heterozygous A1298C MTHFR. Multiple Abx, herbal, homeopathic treatment with LLMD.
Jan 2013 - Bartonella IgG titers have decreased from 160 (Jun 2011) to 80. CD 57 remains low.
April 2013 - Weaned from abx treatment. Continuing wth Buhner, Byron White, Zhang, methylation/detox protocols, Terry Wahls gf/cf/sf diet. Minimizing EMF exposure