How One Woman’s Brush With Death Cured Her Lyme Disease Pain
Serious Cases Can Cause Chronic Pain and Nervous System Issues
Once Lyme Disease becomes serious, some of the predominant symptoms include joint pain and neurological problems. Oftentimes, knees will swell and ache, but the pain can move to other joints as well. Lyme Disease can also lead to arthritis and other complications including impaired muscle movement and inflamed eyes, liver, or brain. The chronic pain interferes in the daily lives of Lyme Disease sufferers.