Stage 5 arthritis symptome


Late stage Lyme disease symptoms are often more severe and debilitating than earlier symptoms, with a number of patients finding it difficult to carry out normal activities and encountering problems with work, relationships, and general quality of life.Severe headaches, intermittently painful and swollen joints, cognitive problems, irritability, and abnormal cardiac function may all occur along with numbness in the hands and feet.The importance of correct diagnosis is highlighted by the dangers of long-term, inappropriate, medication for the wrong condition such as antibiotic use for an illness not based on an underlying infection, or muscle relaxants and psychotherapy for a treatable systemic bacterial infection leading to Lyme disease symptoms.Those who remain untreated can have persistent debilitating symptoms, although the existence of chronic Lyme disease is questionable.Treatment at an early stage, with antibiotics, usually kills the bacteria and eradicates symptoms.Acrodermatitis chronic atrophicans (ACA) is a chronic skin disorder that commonly begins on the top of the foot or the back of the hands and turns the skin a reddish-blue color initially.Long-term antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease are inadvisable, unproven, and potentially dangerous.

Lyme disease, even at a late stage does not increase the incidence of depression or fibromyalgia however, although patients with Lyme encephalopathy usually also suffer profound fatigue.An alternative explanation for persistent symptoms of Lyme disease is the possibility that the body’s own immune system continues to attack itself even after infection has been eradicated, with Lyme disease effectively causing an autoimmune condition.Although more difficult to treat at a later stage, antibiotics are also effective against disseminated Lyme disease.In many cases it may be that a patient has been incorrectly diagnosed with Lyme disease when they actually have symptoms of an unrelated illness such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, fibromyalgia, and even mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, and psychosis.This may be the only residual sign of Lyme disease and is not common in North America, Russia, or Asia, making it most likely connected to individual bacterial strains found only in Europe.


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  1. gaurdian06
    27.02.2013 #