I'm glad I dont have so many symptoms anymore. Some are just way less, but less is better. The better you get, the more concentrated you are on the ones left.
I dont fall over any more, I dont sound wasted when I'm talking, candida under control, no dark vision again, I can think again, and .....sleep!. If I didnt ache, I could sleep 10 hrs probably.
But muscle pain still affects my life, its better, but still goes up and down (I'm working on it), as does fatigue (clueless here). Maybe its the pain making me dog tired.
Good point about
the better we get, the more concentrated we are on the symptoms that are left.
So great for you about
the symptoms that have disappeared. The being able to sleep part is such a life saver isn't it though? I can still vividly remember the morning that I woke up after having slept six whole hours.
Where does your muscle pain present itself? My arms and legs used to be sore and tingly. That is gone now. My legs however have remained numb. A very deep hard numbness. They also feel heavy at times. Yesterday morning I was peeling apples at the kitchen table and when I stood up, my calves were on fire. They were burning. It lasted for about
two minutes, then gone. I've never had burning before. The mystery of Lyme.
My main focus remains my feet. Like you said, the better we get, the more focused we are on the symptoms that are left. My feet are the first thing I think about
when I wake up in the morning. I move them and stretch them to see if there is any change. They are still the same generally. My toes morph quite a bit. The feeling of having ingrown toenails is quiet at the moment.
Wishing you continued success during your healing process.