Lyme Disease is tricky to diagnose the symptoms of. Ticks that cause Lyme Disease are not always easy to see some are even as small as the period at the end of this sentence. The symptoms of lyme disease are usually misdiagnosed as something else. The symptoms sometimes do lead to other diseases. In this article we will talk about some of the symptoms. Keep reading if you think you may have some of the symptoms of Lyme Disease.
You may not find out for a while if you have an inflated heart. With all the symptoms taken into account, this symptom is by far one of the hardest to diagnose. Inflammation of the muscles around the heart is not easy for most to discern. Pain the chest, especially around the heart is one indication of this. Difficulty in breathing is another indication of this condition. In addition if you have swelling. Be sure to have your heart checked out by your doctor if you show any of these signs. Any one of these things should lead you to contact your doctor, even if you don’t think you you have Lyme disease. There are some people however who do not show symptoms of Lyme disease until it has progressed into the later stages. These people are bitten and have no side effects or symptoms until the disease progresses. Actually one out of every four people who contract the disease do not show any symptoms. It can discomforting to know this if you happen to reside in an area that has a large problem with Lyme disease. It is important then to do routine checks for ticks if you live in one of these areas.
Another common disorder, that can also be a late stage symptom of Lyme disease is Anxiety and Depression. Progression of Lyme disease often affects the brain and the nervous system. In areas that Lyme disease is common, it is good to know that the later stages of the disease manifest itself through Anxiety and Depression. If you are suffering from anxiety and Depression be sure your doctor checks out your physical body as well as your brain. Many who suffer from Anxiety and Depression find the disorders life changing, however, with the addition of Lyme disease these can be unbearable. Diagnosing Lyme disease can be tricky. This is because Lyme disease symptoms are often mistaken for other symptoms of other diseases. In cases where the person doesn’t show symptoms till later stages of the disease this is even more true. In the end, you know your body best, so if you feel a little off, it is better to talk to your doctor. In the end, you may just get the treatment you need when the doctor finds that tick bite.