symptoms checklist 

Early staged Lyme, ricketsia, and ricketsia like infections  

  • flue feeling 

    • fever, headaches, abnormal level of fatigue, mucular or articular pain. 

    • (occurs even without the presence of erythmatic migrants)

  • erythematic migrants 

    • red rash with or without central clearing, often described as a red bulls-eye.

    • occurs from 3 to 30 days after tick bite on the area of the bite. 

    • gradually expands 

    • can feel warm to touch

  • probability of developing EM = 70%

Later staged Lyme, ricketsia, and rickettsia like infections

  • Headaches

  • secondary Erythematic migrants on other areas of the body

  • Dizziness or shortness of breath

  • Facial palsy (loss of muscle tone or droop on one or both sides of the face)

  • Swollen knees, and other articular pain.

  • muscle and tendon pain 

  • Heart palpitations or an irregular heart beat.

  • Nerve pain

  • Extreme sudden pains with tickling in fingers and in feet.

  • IBS skin rash

  • Physical and mental fatigue,

  • Loss of memory,

  • Difficulties to concentrate,

  • Depressions (due to the neurotoxins in the body)

  • Night sweats

  • Red eyes

  • Sore throat

  • Sensitivity to noise

  • Pain on the right side of the abdomen

  • Muscular and articular pain (inflated articulations)

  • Frequent bruises (due to vascular system fragility)

  • Sensation of cold in feet and hands

  • Facial palsy (loss of muscle tone or drop on one or bith sides of the face 

  • Myalgia 

  • IBS

  • Inflammation of the glands

  • Malaise  

  • skin rash