Nov. 15, 2022 – People who have been treated for Lyme disease, but continue to have symptoms, have changes in their brains that confirm the memory and concentration problems many of them have reported, a new study has found. 

Many people with what’s known as post-treatment Lyme disease – or PTLD – complain about problems with memory and concentration, which sometimes come with fatigue, muscle pain, insomnia, and depression. 

To understand potential changes in brain function that might explain these cognitive difficulties, researchers used specialized imaging techniques to compare the brains of 12 adults with PTLD and 18 adults with no history…


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