My daughter first became sick with what felt like a pain under her tongue and feeling tired. The Dr. said it was a virus and said to give it a week. After a week he gave he amoxicillin. The pain increased over time and new symptoms began to appear. We returned he started her on prednisone. She preceded to get really sick and her dr. sent her to an ent dr. he tested her for lymes. the ilsa test showed positive , but the western blot igG band 41 was active and western blot IgM band 23 was reactive - but overall her test was negative. We also went to emergency room and she had a mri- which revealed nothing. She was also tested twice for mono it was neg.
She then went to a neurologist because of weird sensations of not know where her extremities were. She thought her head or foot was one place but it was really somewhere else. She has been in bed for 3 weeks know. The neurologist gave her a spinal tap and were waiting for the results. She's checking for lymes and ms. We were told it will be 2 weeks till we hear back. we have half a week left to week.
As far as lymes we live on the west coast ansd shes outside all of the time.
working with horses.
My daughter has not be able to go to school 3 weeks now. Her symptoms are Brain fog,migraines, light and sound sensitivity, swollen gland under tongue, periodic red sore on the inside side of her mouth, migrating joint pain, swollen hands, weird sensory perception(mentioned above)face is flushed, horse voice, tired and lethargic, pain in her back.......
We have gone to all the best drs and I never realized at this point we still would not have a diagnosis. Any one else experience something like this?
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