for what it's worth: I strongly suspect Bartonella is/was a problem for me. I also had dizzyness/wooziness when my symptoms were at their worst before treatment. I did not do any co-infection testing to confirm Bartonella. Since treating (mostly with abx) I have had little to no dizzyness.
I was not really suspecting Babesia was a problem for me, but when I had 40 days of Babesia treatment; it was really good for me.
Sorry I just realized this may not be helpful at all for you, but my .02 anyway
What helped get rid of your dizzyness? Do you think it was Rifampin? I have been treating lyme for over a year now with antibiotics and nothing has helped although I havent started the Rifampin yet.Surprisingly I have not done Rifampin yet. It is next on my list if my symptoms come back. I already have a full bottle ready to go that I hopefully will not have to use. I have been off treatment for 8-10 days now.
My symptoms seem to mostly come and go together. The dizzyness, fatigue, cold hands, tight hamstrings, brain fog - all seem to go hand in hand for me. There are only a couple symptoms that have come by themselves: twitching, double vision in one eye. Other than those two it seems like when I received effective treatment, most of the symptoms got knocked back at the same time.
So what made my dizzyness and all his friends (fatigue, tight hamstrings, brain fog, etc.) go away for me?
short answer - antibiotics
long answer - In order from most effective to least - Minocycline, Ceftin, Clindamycin with quinine, Flagyl, Biaxin with plaquenil, doxycycline, zithromax.