Symptoms of Lyme disease
The symptoms of Lyme disease are varied and diverse, resulting in difficulty when trying to diagnose. Known as “The Great Imitator,” Lyme disease can mimic the symptoms of Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, MS, ALS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Migraine Associated Vertigo & Ménière's disease as well as more than some 350 other diseases. When patients do present with a number of infections and co-infections, including other tick-borne infections, it makes it even harder to diagnose and treat.
AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM/ENDOCRINE/IMMUNE/HORMONE
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM/NEUROLOGIAL/NEUROPATHIC/OTOLOGIC
COMMON CO-INFECTIONS AND DISORDERS