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    what's wrong with me
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    medmistry posted:
    I have been sick since January 2013 symptoms galore but after a positive lyme and co infection test I underwent treatment for several months with improvements I am still sick and not one dr I've seen can figure me out all blood work comes back good other than a reoccurring problem with vitamin d being low ....my symptoms now are muscle spasms all over severe fatigue and soreness sharp stabbing pains in my head few other symptoms that come and go .......can you please help I want my life back and feel I'm getting worse all the time some days I feel I'm just slowly dying
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    Amanda
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    annette030 responded:
    Try taking a bit D supplement for awhile and see if your symptoms ease.

    Take care, Annette


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