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I have been having really bad Babesia headaches (the typical temple, feeling like head in a vice

type) I am getting them more frequently, so I guess in one respect that's good?

Have any of you found something that has worked for you to get relief? Red Root? Serrapeptase?

Molybendum (so far it hasn't helped).

I am also having a lot of chest discomfort and coughing...

Thanks for any suggestions...

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Imetrex always worked for me as long as I took it at the first sign of a headache. If I let it get a grip on me, it was much harder to get rid of. Even though imetrex is for migraines, it is the only drug that affected my babesia headaches.

old joke: idiopathic means the patient is pathological and the the doctor is an idiot

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I used to have the "head in a vise" headache all the time.

Systemic enzymes have helped the most.
Fish oil with very high EPA helps...take 2000 mg of EPA daily.

Berberine is helping too.

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