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Date Joined Aug 2016
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   Posted 3/28/2018 1:17 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi all. Quick update. Joint pain is pretty much at bay. But headaches and brain fog at a all time high. So bad my top teeth go numb. Back of neck also feels tight. Anyone get these. Anything that helped. Also. Cross fingers but chest pain is gone!!!

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   Posted 3/28/2018 2:57 PM (GMT -6)   
I still have joint stiffness.

My neck has been getting stiff a lot more lately. This symptom came on much later for me.

Headaches were a decades long nuisance for me and have greatly diminished in frequency over the past few years as I've gotten closer to menopause.

Brain fog has been a mild, intermittent symptom for me.

Numb teeth - yep. I get it mostly in my upper front teeth up through the bone in the upper lip area. I've also had it in the roof of my mouth up into the center of my head behind my nasal passages. Super weird. I get numbness in other places, too, but not as weird as this.

I honestly don't know what helps. I'm doing Buhner's protocols with the emphasis on bartonella.

How did you knock out the joint pain and chest pain? What type of chest pain did you have? I had tightness in my chest and stiffness in the chest wall that resulted in having trouble breathing because my chest wouldn't move when my lungs were trying to expand. That went away on its own before I knew it was Lyme/co.

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   Posted 3/29/2018 1:03 AM (GMT -6)   
I get migraines and headaches quite frequently. The trick is to catch them before they get bad. Like, the moment you think, "I feel a headache coming on"...start your routine.

My routine is:

1. Steam my face
2. Stay hydrated
3. Drink passionflower tea
4. "Headache Magic" Roll On (found online)
5. Listen to binaural beats for migraine /
6. If all else fails, I take ibuprofen

I also sometimes take magnesium. Headaches and migraine are most commonly caused by stiff muscles or your nervous system going out of whack.

Once the headache becomes bad, it's almost too late and you might as well take pain meds. Even so, the above tips should help.
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