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Old 11-25-03, 09:41 AM   #1
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Lyme Disease and riding.

Any one continue to ride and have this? I had it earlier during the summer and had a relapse. I had to take a couple weeks off due symptoms of increased fatigue and muscle soreness. I'm starting back into things, but unfortunately I can't always go as hard or long as before. My recovery time also increased significantly as well. It was not nearly as bad the first time when I originally came down with it. Just wondering if others have gone through this and what they did about it.
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Been there twice.

Just don't over do it and let yourself get better. Stay on the meds to make sure it is completely out of your system.
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