Hello, I finally convinced everyone it wasnt all in my head in order to be at the same situation of having to convince them yet again. About 6 months ago I had tingling in my head and headaches and was told I was prob depressed as depression will do funny things, Later on started feeling hot once in awhile ( just bare with me for a wee while I wont go on and on). So asked my OBGYN if it was possible I was having early onset menopause, She of course said no ( I am 28 years old). She tested me for Lyme and thyroid problems. Came back positive for Lyme (YAY I KNOW WHATS WRONG WITH ME , YIPPEEE) So my new primary doctor that I had found gave me the standard 28 day treatment Two weeks in I started to feel worse, went to the doc and was tested for mono spot, Negative a week later still feeling worse if not even more worse,and I was real persistent, She had no choice in the matter I wanted an answer why, After huffing and puffing she took some more blood. Tested positive for Acute Epstein Barr Virus in conelesent stage( later on I would find out not only is it rare to catch acute ebv but especially when mono spot came back negative). Also turns out where they had originally said I only had erlichiosis , This second test came back positive for both current and preinfected Lyme. So I finished the 28 days and still felt like crap with alot of ringing in my ears. The doctor tried giving me depression drugs and I told her that I would find another doctor. We hadn't got along from the beginning. Meantime my one pupil was getting larger than the other in the same light - Adies pupil. so to make a long story short my new doctor sent me to an opthamoligist and reuhmetologist and pretty much didnt want to give me anymore antibiotics for lyme cause of all the controversy, even though lyme antibodies werent changing and I am still in conelesant stage of acute ebv. Opthamoligist said adies pupil. rheumatologist said fibromyalgia. In the meantime I went out of state ( i live in NY) and the doctor out of state said well lets have your blood tested for the actual bacteria instead of just the antibodies (this test is not allowed in NY, some standard thing) That blood test came back positive. So now I am on a six week course of antibiotics and was prescribed Lyrica for the fibromyalgia. The only problem was the Lyrica gave me ups and downs, so now the doctor thinks I am depressed, Which Happy to report I am not I am just frusterrated. Called the rheumatologist and he said to stop taking the lyrica for a week and then start up again so that my body will no what to do with it, Kind of like a reboot. Now, I am not going to proof read any of that so bear with my rambling, Anyone else going through anything similar?