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Can anyone relate to this? I have felt like this before but not for ages. I went to the supermarket and for about 10-15 seconds my head felt dizzy and i felt awful like i was going to faint. I stood still until it passed. It's scary at the time but then i just forget about it until it happens again.

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    Hi Dianne ,

    Yes I can totally relate to this its happens to me a lot all the lighting in supermarkets and shops have this effect on me it's getting a little better but when I was really bad I just wear sunglasses that seems to help me its a horrible feeling :-(( xx

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    Have you been diagnosed with Lyme Disease? I used to feel light headed and faint when I had LD and was on Doxycycline. It did pass though.
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      Hey Caroline ,

      Can I ask if you are cured of Lyme disease ? I have had it for 5 years now ! Diagonised 2 and a half years ago ! Been on doxy for 2 years and pulse between with metronizadole seems to have the most effect on me now days xx

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      Hi Kelly,

      I was diagnosed about 4-5 months after the tick bite and was put on 28 day course of Doxycycline. After a month on antibiotics I was pretty much pain free but still felt tired and had memory issues. It took a full year to feel back to normal. I supported my recovery with good diet, moderate exercise and also brain training/memory exercises that I found online. It helped me.

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      Hi Caroline ,

      I'm so glad that they caught your Lyme disease fairly early and that you have been able to recover thanku so much for your advice .

      I'm swimming 3 times aweek and put nothing bad in to my body it's so hard to beat this but I will get there

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