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G-Ju
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   Posted 4/27/2018 2:38 PM (GMT -6)   
I've had internal vibrations on my left side for 3 1/2 months. Lyme Disease was officially confirmed (1 week ago), but I've been on Doxy for 5 weeks (300mg/day). I've experienced some positive changes with my symptoms since starting the Doxy, and the vibration levels seem to be reducing. I put the vibrations on a scale of 1-3, and they seem to be staying between 1 & 2. At this point, I don't know the strain/s of Lyme I have. I'm sure my meds will be changing when I meet with my doc next week. This is when she'll review the strain/s of Lyme I have and discuss my treatment.

My vibrations seem to be most noticeable when I'm sitting or standing. When I'm in a car, walking, or when I was in a plane, it doesn't bother me. The vibrations seemed to be absorbed when other external vibrations meet.

I'm hoping other's will share their experiences with internal vibrations. Treatments, experiences, etc.

Thanks turn

Girlie
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   Posted 4/27/2018 2:50 PM (GMT -6)   
G-Ju - I also have the internal vibrations....mine are better when I'm lying down.


I doubt if you will know the 'strain' of lyme you have. Or are you referring to the coinfections? (i.e. Bartonella, Babesia, etc.)

Have you had symptoms for very long prior to starting treatment?
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G-Ju
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   Posted 4/27/2018 3:00 PM (GMT -6)   
Girlie said...
G-Ju - I also have the internal vibrations....mine are better when I'm lying down.


I doubt if you will know the 'strain' of lyme you have. Or are you referring to the coinfections? (i.e. Bartonella, Babesia, etc.)

Have you had symptoms for very long prior to starting treatment?


OK...so I shouldn't say strains? It's coinfections that will be confirmed? Learning the lingo. smile

Symptoms started last summer, but they didn't come on fast. I thought it could be age related and/or menopausal(55 and in excellent health). Last fall, symptoms picked up a little, but I was still thinking they might be menopausal related, even though I've been menopausal for five plus years. I had minor surgery just before Christmas. Three weeks later (January) everything took off. PCP didn't know what was going on. A trip to the ER in February and a doc mentioned Lyme. It took until April to got a formal Lyme Diagnosis.

Dahlias
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   Posted 4/27/2018 7:44 PM (GMT -6)   
I have these too -- one if my strongest symptoms. It's worst when I'm resting -- sometimes then it feels like it's involving my heart too. It gets really disturbing sometimes but it has been improving lately. Glad yours have been improving too!
"This too shall pass. It might pass like a kidney stone, but it will pass."

Lyme, babesia, mycoplasma pneumonia. Diagnosed May 2017. Neuro symptoms began September 2017. Treating 11 months so far.

G-Ju
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   Posted 4/27/2018 7:51 PM (GMT -6)   
Dahlias said...
I have these too -- one if my strongest symptoms. It's worst when I'm resting -- sometimes then it feels like it's involving my heart too. It gets really disturbing sometimes but it has been improving lately. Glad yours have been improving too!


Glad to hear it's improving for you. My fingers are crossed, hoping it will go away one day...for all of us. smile

Wow! Is your resting time sitting or sleeping? I'm very fortunate that my vibrations don't interrupt my sleep. It's usually very faint when I lay down. Once I fall asleep, it doesn't bother me.

Dahlias
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   Posted 4/27/2018 8:40 PM (GMT -6)   
G-Ju said...
Dahlias said...
I have these too -- one if my strongest symptoms. It's worst when I'm resting -- sometimes then it feels like it's involving my heart too. It gets really disturbing sometimes but it has been improving lately. Glad yours have been improving too!


Glad to hear it's improving for you. My fingers are crossed, hoping it will go away one day...for all of us. smile

Wow! Is your resting time sitting or sleeping? I'm very fortunate that my vibrations don't interrupt my sleep. It's usually very faint when I lay down. Once I fall asleep, it doesn't bother me.


Thanks, me too!

It's worst when I'm going to sleep. It doesn't really keep me awake (any more than I already am). It's just really annoying, lol.

borrelioburgdorferii
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   Posted 4/27/2018 8:42 PM (GMT -6)   
I get these too. This disease is so strange. The uneasy feeling, the anxiety that seems to have a cellular origin like it's crawling its way out of me. And then cue the aches, light sensitivity and assorted paranoias. It's just another one of those weird neuropathies with this bacteria. I will say the diet seems to have a direct affect, like the last couple days I really watched most of what I ate, kept it paleo, keto very low carbs for the most part, and it's funny how it mitigates symptoms. I recommend strict diet and 2x types of probiotics if possible... I'm sort of between health care providers now and I have a bunch of (expired?) abx to boot. Any of those (doxycycline, etc) will bring out the bugs and their symptoms like this. Keep at it. And I hope you make progress.
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