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bfunk
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Hi,

I was wondering if I could get any feedback from anyone. I have been doing very well on just ceftin since coming off IV rocephin for six months. My symptoms are at times non-existent, not even tired-ness. My end of the month flare was also really mild this past month. I still tend to feel worse around the full moon, but more specifically a day or two after the moon has been full.

Has anyone heard of anything like this? Thank You.

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Oh yes, it happened to me every single month while going thru treatment!!! Began the day of full moon or the day before.. continued for a few days.

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Rivendell
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Yes, full moons bother me, especially one or two days after the full moon.

I need to remember that.

I guess the full moon encourages microbes to come out of hiding?

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I often have symptoms flare, especially insomnia, around the full moon.

I don't know that it's because its a full moon. It may very well be that the 4 week lyme cycle and the full moon are accidentally synchronized.

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