ABSOLUTELY know that feeling. I work full time and for a while it was an absolute nightmare! The Doxy makes me SUPER tired too. On top of body aches, it is just so hard to be effiecient. Every day for months I had to go home straight after work and lay down for a few hours. I hope you have a good doc and the tests are accurate! I had a lot of neck pain too...I found laying with a heating pad always made me feel so much better! AND the detox baths were a godsend as well!!!!
When were you bit? Did you get a bulls eye?!
Ok ready for a strange story. This is my theory. I am not very outdoorsy so I don't often get bites of any kind and there is not a lot of Lyme in Michigan. However, back in early December I flew from Chicago to Indianapolis with a bunch of deer hunters. I think had been hunting in Wisconsin. Anyways, they were still in their hunting clothes. That night I stayed at a hotel at the Indy airport and when I woke up in the morning I had a big bite of some kind on my right wrist/forearm. It had a white center and red around it. It didn't last that long and I thought it was a spider bite. Little did I know. One month later I started getting sick. If I didn't have any bad luck I wouldn't have any luck at all!! How's that for strange!!
That time you cant hold your head up is teh worst, i often have it prior to what i call one of my toxic attacks.
I knwo if i have alot of sugar i can get like it.
When i eventually am in teh position to lie down, i go into a strange over releaxed sleep wonderfull BUT wake in teh worst hangovers.
I usually get this when im not good, and my body is all up in the air, more so than normal. Watch your urine make sure its not to dark, i see mine as part of my herxing, as it links with these times of pain and bloated and back ache ( kidneys ) fatigued to teh max and no strength to hold my head up is s big annoyance as i get to teh stage where i cant drive.
You should eventually learn to read all your bodies signs, it takes a couple of months.
1 week doxy is not long but could be long enough to be having some overload.