There is a slight chance you could be passing it on in your breast milk. That has happened.
your husband? There are several accounts of it being passed sexually.
Going into remission for someone that wasn't treated adequately and immediately after first exposed means it is under control by your immune system. It doesn't necessarily mean it is no longer in your body.
However, a person can consider themselves in remission if they have not had any symptoms for a full 2 months. Generally it's recommended that a person stay on treatment for 2 months past their last symptom cessation, just to make sure.
That being said, it is not unheard of for relapses to occur down the time road after emotional or physical trauma.
Do as much research into personal stories as you can find, and discuss it with your husbank/partner.
You will not get much of a scientific picture at this point if you only look to medical community. For the most part they aren't sending out warnings yet. What we know is purely anecdotal from other's in the Lyme community.
You are one of the lucky ones that got some treatment fairly quickly. The question remains if you were treated adequately in the beginning, or are now. Borrelia itself moves slowly, and I think replicates slower that the co-infections if you caught any of those, so if you're just dealing with the Lyme, it's a lucky break.
However, mono treatment is rarely successful, and 90 days is minimum for your first abx round.
Post Edited (julymorning) : 1/4/2017 4:01:15 PM (GMT-7)