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I have swelling and extreme pain in right hand. This is after 3 weeks of antibiotics for Lyme disease. Doctors can not fix this problem. Is this common with Lyme disease,
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Nothing with lyme is normal. Daughter has lyme,just finished antibotic and still has swollen joints,pain where it is difficult to walk,sleep etc. Lumps under her skin. Doctors here in upstate ny no clue about lyme. They try to push it off. We educated ourselfs,read books, and trying to find different doc.
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