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Be sure to check yourself and any loved ones for ticks as soon as possible after you get inside.The chances of developing Lyme are highest if the tick is attached for at least 24-48 hours in order to spread the disease, so if you see them early try to remove them before they can infect you. Research published in 2014 confirms that individuals who were never exposed to a tick can develop Lyme disease that is sexually transmitted.Symptoms such as fatigue or joint pain may return months after the initial infection has been treated.It is not clear whether these symptoms are caused by damage to your joints and immune system during the original infection or if it is due to ongoing infection.Lyme disease is commonly misdiagnosed when there is no bull’s eye rash.
However, some experts believe that the number is much higher since fewer than half will develop the bull’s-eye rash that is the well-known early sign of the disease.
After several years without getting a diagnosis for my laundry list of painful, difficult-to-nail-down symptoms, hearing the words “Lyme disease” roll off of my doctor’s tongue felt oddly similar to my toes brushing the ground after I went skydiving above the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. While I did end up being diagnosed with a (curable) hormone imbalance, fibromyalgia and ADD, these still hadn't accounted for even a fraction of my symptoms. Other days, I couldn’t imagine anyone else’s hands on my skin.
They'd said that it could also be Hashimoto's disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, a relapse of the Epstein-Barr virus from the mono I'd had as a teenager, a hormone imbalance, fibromyalgia, pernicious anemia, nutritional deficiency, Attention Deficit Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, narcolepsy, obstructive sleep apnea, or a plethora of other scary possibilities. Some days, I caught myself checking out the good-looking guy that smiled at me in the hallway.
If you suffer from Lyme disease on a long-term basis, it is important to talk to your doctor about the possibility that you also have one or more of these other infections.
When Lyme disease goes undiagnosed, it can be much more difficult to treat effectively.