Symptoms of Lyme disease

 Cardinal symptoms of Lyme Disease  

Cant think -  "brain fog"

Poor concentration 

Poor memory

Glands swollen – particularly neck  

Throat sore

Facial pain

Jaw pain and neck pain around the throat

Chest wall pain

Shortness of breath

Cough chronic

Muscle pains

Muscle spasms- usually with twitching

Muscle cramps

Eye pain, particularly with movement and usually behind or above the eyes 

Sensitivity to bright light

Sensitivity to loud noise

Smell and taste changes

Intermittent facial muscle weakness and muscle twitching

Headache  

Difficulty swallowing

Alcohol sensitivity

 Common  

Fevers – at night

Abdominal pain  

Period pain, irregularity - unexplained

Rapid beating of the heart or irregularity

Pins and needles feeling

Facial paralysis (Bell’s Palsy)

Visual difficulties

Slurring of the speech, wrong words, or mispronunciation

Word block

 Less Common  

Tinnitus, that's ringing in the ears

Vertigo, a tumbling form of dizziness

Dizziness or spinning

motion sickness

Imbalance

Gait disturbance  

Fevers - in daytime

air hunger

Head congestion

Arthritis or joint pains (not muscle pain)

Dental pain

Genital pain

Bladder irritability dysfunction

Bowel irritability dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction

Menstrual disturbances 

Pelvic pain or cramps

constipation

Diarrhoea

 More general symptoms

Fainting or near faint

Tremors

Confusion

Difficulty with concentration, reading

Disorientation: getting lost, going to wrong places

Memory loss

Forgetfulness, poor short term memory, poor attention

Mood changes

Irritability

Depression

Depression

Early morning waking

Anxiety

Panic

Insomnia

Irritability