Could Lyme disease cause a painful burning sensation in your ribs in your back?

Lyme's disease. Although the answer is "possible" you do not want to fall into the habit of blaming all symptoms to this condition. Always check with your physician for accurate diagnosis and treatment.

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Doci had Lyme disease two years ago, about 4 months ago waking with severe burning sensation all over last for most of the morning, sleep disturbances feel like I've been run over by a truck?

See specialist. You need to be sure the lyme disease is really the right diagnosis and really gone. If it is not, you need further treatment . See an inefectious disease specialist . Read more...
CHECK IT OUT. Might be lyme, might be something else. I hope you had conclusive treatment 2 yrs ago. But check it out now. A recurrence is possible. Still it may be something else. Time to inclued your dr in and see what's found. Read more...

Could Lyme disease cause pain in ribs while breathing in deeply?

Yes. Lyme disease is known to infect every organ and can cause virtually every symptom known to man. It is not unusual for lyme to cause costochondritis, inflammation of the joints between the ribs and sternum (breastbone), causing pain in the chest with deep breaths. Lyme disease can also cause pleurisy, inflammation of the lining of the lungs, which causes pain in the rib region with deep breathing. Read more...
Lyme Disease. I am sure it is possible if it is an acute lyme disease infection since muscle and joint aches are common. But it could also be an entirely separate entity. Do not hesitate to see a doctor and ask for further evaluation. Read more...

Does pheriferal neuropathy caused by Lyme disease go away by itself after healing lyme? My left foot is burning...I can't get no sleep because of it

See a neurologist. This is one situation in which i would urge a 2nd opinion with a neurologist if you have not already seen one. If the neuropathy is related to lyme disease (and imo that is a large "if") the injury to the nerves heals very slowly. A neurologist would rule out other causes and offer you meds which are often very helpful in minimizing the symptoms. Read more...
It may not. You may want to see a neurologist. There are medications that may help. Read more...

I have red itchy spots randomly all over my legs, stomach & chest. They itch horribly. I do have Lyme disease could it be related or other causes?!

Not sure of the. context. Lyme disease is an infection. It can have a rash and would need treatment. Mostly people mean "I think I might have had lyme disease sometime in the past". And the organism would certainly be entirely gone with treatment. While one can have an injury from it, it is less likely to have rash from treated lyme than treated gunshot wound.
THen, inflammations, infections, circulatory issues .. Read more...

What do I do I have burning in my feet and I googled it and is says it could be AIDS Lyme disease diabetes I'm scared?

See doctor. This usually means a neurologic issue and not specific to Lyme or AIDS. It may be caused by many things including diabetes , vit B12 deficiency, and nerve compression (especially at the lumbar spine). Best to consult your doctor and get checked out. Read more...

HI I have a few questions I do not know if this is symptoms of this illness but my feet have been burning for about 1 1/2 mouths and I don't know what to think because I googled it and it says it could be from anxiety diabetes AIDS Lyme disease?

Stop Googling. I can assure you - you don't have the dreaded anxiety-diabetes-AIDS-Lyme Disease syndrome. See your doctor your some simple blood tests to check for diabetes. There are many reasons for these symptoms and most are not going to kill you. Read more...
Multiple causes. Quite a few disease conditions can cause burning sensation in your feet. Neuropathy (disease of the nerve) can be from diabetes, certain vitamin deficiencies (b6, B1 etc..), some medications/drugs, HIV diseases, multiple sclerosis, nerve compressions from back, or even just Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)--which I suspect most likely cause for you. I advise consulting doc to find out ASAP. Good Luck. Read more...