When your whitebloodcellcount is low; this is a sign of increased lupus disease activity.
LymeDisease and Co-Infectionsby
any of these, then you should definitely get tested for all of them (though the tests are prone to false negatives):
Gradual onset, often monthly flares (the Lyme spirochetes have a 28-day reproduction cycle)
It's possible that you have a subclinical digestive tract infection. Unless you have been having digestive problems, it's likely that your doctor would not test you for these.
But even without digestive tract problems, it'
Low Blood Sugar in LymeDiseaseby
of having Lymedisease. I never paid attention to the problem much in myself, thinking that things would improve... how many of my "Lyme" symptoms are directly related to blood sugar problems.
I have always known that my blood sugar...