Neuropathy (including numbness) has always been my major issue with these infections and dealing with it motivated me to research solutions.
Here are a few things I've found...
Supplements that can help:www.dynamicchiropractic.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=56879/www.caring.com/articles/peripheral-neuropathy-treating-it-the-natural-waywww.naturalnews.com/029779_peripheral_neuropathy_remedies.html
Herbs that can help:buhnerhealinglyme.com/lyme/neuropathy/buhnerhealinglyme.com/lyme/late-stage-neurolyme/
Using a large variety of the suggestions I just shared have helped me a lot. I can't say I even deal with tingling any more. I've occasionally had facial numbness as a herx but taking Stephania regularly has help a lot with that particular issue.
Lyme attacks the myelin sheath covering our nerves leaving them "raw". Taking things to help restore the myelin sheath can bring healing.
Taking things like Lion's Mane or Chinese Senega that actually help rebuild the nerves themselves can also help.
Hope you feel better soon!
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Jul '14 started what proved to be inadequate treatment ala PCP day after nymph deer tick bite
Sept '14 met LLMD - clinically dx'd with Lyme due to Bells Palsy - confirmed via CDC positive WB
Feb '15 transitioned off abx and started full Cowden protocol along w/LDN
Aug '15 started transition to Buhner's Lyme, Babesia & Bartonella protocols
Nov '15 stopped LDN - 98% healed!!