A comprehensive list of Lyme Symptoms is an impossible task. Lyme symptoms can mimic many other diseases & will often be changeable even for each individual. It is actually because of this, though, that a comprehensive list is necessary. Too many people are treating diseases that the Lyme is imitating instead of treating the Lyme itself. I have included links to general descriptions on common medical sites along with more detailed lists on Lyme-specific sites. Either way, if you suspect that Lyme is a possibility, please check the Medical Practitioner section & find someone to test you. The sooner you catch it, the easier it is to treat.
Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation
The one common thread with Lyme Disease is the number of systems affected (brain, central nervous system, autonomic nervous system, cardiovascular, digestive, respiratory, musco-skeletal, etc.) and sometimes the hourly/daily/weekly/monthly changing of sym
Center for Disease Control | Signs and Symptoms of Lyme Disease
If you had a tick bite, live in an area known for Lyme disease or have recently traveled to an area where it occurs, and observe any of these symptoms, you should seek medical attention!
Lyme Disease Action: Symptoms A-Z
Lyme disease is systemic, it can affect the whole body. The possible symptoms are listed here but note that most people only have a few. These symptoms can all have causes other than Lyme disease.
Lyme Disease Blog | Lyme Symptons
Most people chronically ill with Lymes have a combination of symptoms, compounded by the symptoms of other co-infections they may have. No two Lyme patients have exactly the same complaints.
Lyme Disease Symptom List
The following symptom list is extensive, and symptom combinations vary greatly from person to person. The hallmark of Lyme disease is for symptoms to mysteriously appear and then disappear weeks later, or for pain to move around the body. It is important
WebMD | Lyme Disease - Symptoms
If Lyme disease is left untreated, it may progress in stages from mild symptoms to serious, long-term disabilities. There are three stages of Lyme disease: early localized, early disseminated, and late persistent.
Wikipedia | Lyme Disease
Wikipedia can sometimes be a moving target, but I like that this article discussed the phenomenon of depersonalization or derealization syndrome, where the patients begin to feel detached from themselves or from reality. I tried to explain this to doctors