At this point it is possible that you did have lymes infection, that the lymes bacteria have been cleared from your body by your oral therapy and you are just one of the small minority of patients who continue to have symptoms.
It is known that even after treatment some patients have continued muscle aches and pains, fatigue
and other issues. The reason behind these problems is not well understood but some practitioners believe that a small subset of patients who are infected with lymes disease are predisposed to an overactive immune response that caused the continued symptoms.
The best thing to do in this case is to consult with an immunology specialist. A course of IV antibiotics is not indicated in these cases.
Does this make sense to you?
I just received your reply and, yes, it is entirely possible to be reinfected with lymes and, in these cases, retreatment with oral therapy is indicated.
Of course you know that studies have shown that if the tick is removed before it has been attached for 48 hours infection is very unlikely....
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