Welcome here and it sure sounds like lyme to me. Lyme should really be diagnosed with a clinical diagnosis. The testing is not perfected.
Here are a couple of tests that you can take to your llmd and will help confirm a diagnosis based on your history. lymeontario.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Horowitz-Questionnaire.pdf/www.lymediseaseassociation.org/images/NewDirectory/Resources/DrB_SymptomList2005Pdf.pdf
Someone that has lyme really needs a lyme literate medical doctor. Regular doctors are not school in lyme disease. They do a tad of research and find out it is a bacteria and they will treat it like a general bacteria. That course of action does not do well with lyme disease.
The CDC guidelines for treating lyme is horrible. Upon first getting lyme it should be treated quickly and aggressively. But if you have had lyme for a long time a whole different approach should be taken, in my opinion.
Since you say you cannot afford the Igenex WB test ($210), I will assume money is tight. With that in mind, have you thought about
treating with herbs? You can pretty much self treat yourself with the education you get online, from forums and books. You will still have the expense of the herbs, but not the doctor visits. There are many herbal protocols to choose from. What I did was research each one and have a pro and con paper until I decided which was best for me.
Lyme causes inflammation.
Lyme causes pain.
Detoxing is so very important. Here is my fav site for detox methods. www.tiredoflyme.com/detox-methods.html
This forum can also help you find an llmd, should you choose to go that route. If you start a new thread "Looking for LLMD in ___________(city), you can get responses from members. We don't put doctors' names on this forum in order to protect them, but people can give you initials or email you. Your email will need to be enabled for this.
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