Hi all, I just got to know something from my ME-specialist (who also is experienced when it comes to infections), that I would like to share. I have searched for an explanation to my sensory loss and neuropathy, and seen a handfull of reputable neurologists, during the last 5 years. I have had two EMG and ENG tests that didn´t show either axonal or myeline damage. Yet the sensory loss has progressed. You might know that when doctors are examinating sensory loss they have to kind of "maps" in mind. One shows dermatomes and one the distribution of the peripheral nerves. Neurologists were perplexed when I told that my sensory loss is patchy (and doesn´t correspond to any of the maps). It was clear that they didn´t believe me. The ME-specialist told me that this is typical for Lyme disease. The bacterias cause an inflammation that affects the outer layer of the nerves where the sensory part of the nerves is located. The sensory loss will disappear after successful treatment.