I'm going to try and make this short.
Friday March 2nd, I woke up with vision loss n one if my eyes. It felt like pressure. Everything looked like ai was looking through fogged glass. I had some pressure in the top of my eye, and behind it.
After several hours, a visit to the emergency center, then transportation to the hospital, everything was a mystery. They gave me some ointment and sent me on my way.
In March 7th, I had a full confirmation of Lyme + co-infections. See signature.
On March 8th, I started feeling pain on my head. The scalp area. Curious, I felt around and found sunken spots in my scalp, that we're painful and swollen. They still persist.
Wednesday, March 14th: I woke up with the bottom of my my eye swollen, with the surrounding white of my eye blistered. This equiled a emergency appointment to my doctor and emergency room.
The concluded that I had developed, "keritosis conjunctivitis" with "intermittent vision loss".
I was discharged with antibiotics for my eye.
Thursday March 15th: visit an eye doctor. Concluded the same, but prescribed a stronger antibiotic for eye to test for improvement.
Friday March 16th: return to eye doctor for farther assessment. This time, the pressure has spread to all around my eye. I would bind over and feel like something in my eye area would pop.
Eye doctor concluded that my neurological side of my eye was fine. Just the pressure around my eye was causing vision loss. They gave me eye ointment and, said if symptoms get worse, go to er and get imaging done.caise it could turn into meningitis.
Today: I wake up with my eye swollen still, bit my left side of face is swollen, with a very painful bump under my skin, on my jaw, but touching my ear. The sunken in spots are spreading, and painful still. Vision problem still presists with localized swelling continuing.
I also have a muscular pain in my left arm.
Of you know anything about what's happening to me, or have an idea, please comment and let me know!
positive for bands: Igm 41; IgG 93/83, 66, 58, 41, and 23.
Human herpes virus-6