Lyme Disease Symptoms
HEAD, FACE, NECK
Headache, facial paralysis (like Bell’s palsy), tingling of nose, cheek, or face, stiff neck, sore throat, swollen glands, heightened allergic sensitivities, twitching of facial/other muscles, jaw pain/stiffness (like TMJ), changes in smell and taste.
Difficulty breathing, night sweats or unexplained chills, heart palpitations, diminished exercise tolerance, heart block, murmur, arterial fibrillation, Chest pain or rib soreness.
Mood swings, irritability, agitation, depression, and anxiety, personality changes, ADD/ADHD, malaise, aggressive behavior/impulsiveness, suicidal thoughts, overemotional reactions, crying easily, disturbed sleep; too much, too little, difficulty falling or staying asleep, spaciousness, paranoia, hallucinations, feeling as though you are losing your mind, obsessive-compulsive behavior, bipolar disorder/manic behavior, schizophrenic like state, including hallucinations.
Dementia, forgetfulness, memory loss (short or long term), poor school or work performance, attention deficit problems, distractibility, confusion, difficult thing, difficulty with concentration, reading, spelling, disorientation; getting or feeling lost, reproduction and sexuality.
Unexplained menstrual pain, irregularity, reproduction problems, miscarriage, premature birth, extreme PMS symptoms.
Testicular or pelvic pain, erectile dysfunction.
Decreased hearing ringing or buzzing in ears, sound sensitivity, pain in the ears.
Numbness in body, tingling pinpricks, burning/stabbing sensations in the body burning in feet, weakness or paralysis of limbs, tremors or unexplained shaking, seizures, stroke, poor balance, dizziness, difficulty walking, increased motion sickness, , wooziness, lightheadedness, fainting, encephalopathy (cognitive impairment from brain involvement)
Benign tumor-like nodules, Erythema Migrans (rash)
Decreased interest in play (children), extreme fatigue, tiredness, exhaustion, unexplained fevers ( high or low grade), flu-like symptoms (early in the illness), symptoms seem to change, come and go.