I’ve never seen any kind of spine spasm until I’ve been sick with Lyme disease.
I can’t imagine the pain, nausea and exhaustion that it must be like.
So I bought a spin scrubbers and went to the doctor.
The doctor told me I have Lyme disease, which means the disease is in my body and it’s there.
The symptoms include a mild flu-like illness and sometimes an inability to move around.
I also feel like I’m having trouble swallowing and breathing.
Then there’s my inability to work, eat or have sex, my headaches and other aches and pains.
So what exactly is Lyme disease?
It’s a parasitic infection that affects the nervous system, and the bacteria living in the body produce toxins that cause the symptoms.
The bacteria infect the nerves, and that causes symptoms of paralysis and headaches.
It’s the same disease that’s known as Lyme disease-2, or Lyme-2.
If you have Lyme-1, the symptoms are similar to those with Lyme-3.
The new condition is a new species of the same genus of bacteria.
It can live in your gut and cause symptoms similar to Lyme-7.
It was found to be more widespread in some parts of the United States than in others.
Lyme-9 is a more common disease and affects about 6 to 8 percent of the population.
And it affects up to 40 to 50 percent of people in North America.
This article is from the October 15, 2018 issue of The Washington Post.