Just an FYI JovaLyme, There are numerous nuances to the dots and conflicting info here on if they are babs, Bart or a natural aging phenomenon as others without lyme will also have red dots. I wouldn't use as a confirmation. It's a confusing sleuth game for sure.
I myself haven't figured it out yet. Next up identifying the difference between petchia and cherry anomas and rashes that come and go.
Thanks for trying to clear this one up.
I'm not overly concerned by it, but I guess it will be something to keep an eye on. If these red dots do start to disappear as treatment progresses they could provide a good indication of how things are going.
But as you say, they could just be age-related.
I think you're right. I'm learning that treating Lyme is all about
listening to what your body is telling and showing you. I guess that's why there doesn't seem to be a 100% guaranteed protocol or approach to it. This is definitely a very steep learning curve.