Confusion is reported only by a few people with Lyme disease. We study 2 people who have Confusion and Lyme disease from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Lyme disease (a bacterial infection that is spread to humans by infected ticks) can be treated by Doxycycline hyclate, Doxycycline, Amoxicillin, Plaquenil, Ceftin (latest reports from 1,529 Lyme disease patients)
Confusion has been reported by people with nephrogenic systemic fibrosis, pain, abasia, cardiac failure congestive, anhedonia (latest reports from 35,855 Confusion patients).
On Jul, 29, 2016
2 people who have Lyme Disease and Confusion are studied.
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Hi there all, I've just discovered this group while trying to research Trazodone/mental confusion. I am a 63 year old woman who's been on these pills for just under two years and I am terrified by bouts of increasing confusion/forgetfulness. Not small incidents but walking, absentmindedly out of supermarket with a trolley full of shopping which is unpaid for; constantly leaving my bank card everywhere (at least once a week); unable to locate things in normal place (ie the cheese I wrapped yesterday SHOULD be in the fridge but nowhere to be seen; lost two purses....and on and on it goes..... I'm terrified I may be suffering from dementia symptoms. I've tried to come off trazodone which I was prescribed for anxiety (originally 300 mg but now have it down to about 35-50 mg) but the anxiety just seems to ramp up before I get off. My GP doesn't seems to take this seriously and I'm at my wits end. Would love to hear if anyone else has had similar experiences with this drug. I just feel so stupid and so old!
I am from A small town in Ontario Canada....I was diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy at 15 years old. I had all the signs and symptoms of this condition since I was approximately 4 years old. Doctors just couldn't figure it out until I finally got an echo done. I am now 44 years old and had a myectomy of the heart done at the Mayo clinic when I was 25. It saved my life but I still struggle each and everyday with this disease. My mom died 4 years ago from Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy at 72. I am on my 4th pacemaker/ defibrillator. Three years ago I ended up with secondary adrenal insufficiency and I am now dependent on Cortef to keep me alive. I have amazing Doctors that take care of both these health issues. I am blessed! However, my tests that were sent to IGeneX in the States to detect Lyme came back positive. My specialist have tried to get me help through infectious disease doctor's and as soon as they hear that you have Lyme ......they turn a blind eye and will not take you on as a patient. I have seen many Natural Paths.....unfortunately, I have to be so carful with herbs because of my other conditions. I eat no gluten ...dairy..eggs or nuts.....pretty much a cave man diet because I am allergic to the world. I have had some success with Spirilina and my diet. I can find people that have endocrine problems and Lyme on the internet but of yet no one that has Hpertrophic Cardiomyopathy and Lyme. Just wondering if someone else out there in the world has both like me? Love to hear from you if you do! Sincerely, Connie Balazs
My mother has had several infections this last year - celulitis, old leads causing infection around the heart from a pacemaker and recently pneumonia. Within a 4 day span she went from being totally lucid to having short term memory loss. We feel that Metoprolol, which she's taken for several ...
My doctor prescribed phentermine to me because I have been struggling with losing weight. I have Lyme Disease and just started today. I am experiencing weird vision like pressure on sides ofor eyes making good my vision blurry. IS THIS NORMAL?
Hello, I am on my final week of Doxi and my headaches, neck stiffness, shoulder issues are resolved. I am grateful. But the first and most serious symptom lingers. My MRI shows a torn LCL and Meniscus. My orthopedic doctor decided the torn meniscus must be from an old injury and the LCL tear ...
I am a 37 year old female who has been on 100mg Topamax bid for several years to treat bipolar disorder. This is paired with Effexor XR. I've always noticed some aphasia and short term memory difficulties, but lately it has worsened. I have driven in circles around blocks trying to remember ...
Hi there all, I've just discovered this group while trying to research Trazodone/mental confusion. I am a 63 year old woman who's been on these pills for just under two years and I am terrified by bouts of increasing confusion/forgetfulness. Not small incidents but walking, absentmindedly out ...
I am from A small town in Ontario Canada....I was diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy at 15 years old. I had all the signs and symptoms of this condition since I was approximately 4 years old. Doctors just couldn't figure it out until I finally got an echo done. I am now 44 years old ...
Hello, I'd like to find out how others like myself are doing on Lisinopril. Since I've been on it I've started feeling like I'm coming down with dementia. My memory is all right on some things, but on other things its horrible.
I know I ve had Lyme Disease though I ve been unable to get medical diagnosis & I ve just had my second P E within the five and a half years since I was bitten by the tick which gave me Lyme. Is there a connection? My P E s are described as having no cause and the Lyme is still ignored.
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