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Paul Mall
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will I feel tired and lost in space for the next few months?

I have been only on the Antibiotics for a week and have been very tired and feel confused

it's weird I had chest pains , side of ribs , front of chest , through back , side of neck ,vision floaters , numb face in the past etc..

now a week into treatment I just feel mild soreness throughout and dazed mind.

the strange part is my knees and elbo's feel sore and they did not bother me much before.

I'm sure the treatment has got the bacteria doing something

no strong herx as of yet

Paul

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You never know what symptoms will show up, or what will "leave" and what will "stay."

Such are the joys of Lyme!

Herx information:

www.wildcondor.com/lymelinks

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where do I read the herx information?

there are like a million links there

thanks

Paul

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Paul,

I have felt pretty tired on antiboitics and I have been taking them for 17 months. My herx's consisted of headahes, sweats, nausea, and dizziness. Kinda like a hungover and drunk feeling at the same time. Was pretty rough, but decreased everyday. And by day 5 it was gone.

Good luck!!

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Paul Mall
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@Need Lots of Help wow I like your answer

I will go with that one

[Wink]

Paul

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quote:
Originally posted by Paul Mall:
where do I read the herx information?

there are like a million links there

thanks

Paul

Keep on scrolling!! [lol]

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@Lymetoo

wow I am a web programmer and I just now learned how to do a text search on a webpage without a search box... thanks!!!!

ctrl-f then type herx brought me right to it!

[Wink]

Paul

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Most of us get worse before we get better. I lived on soup for several months.

Ready to eat meals, loads of Epsom salts for soaks, lemons, ginger root for aches/pains, electrolyte replacements-I liked the ones for vomiting and diarrhea,

Someone to help with chores, take care of things in case you can't pay bills, etc. etc...

And yes some get even worse than that...Potty chair-depends.

Comfy clothes. And if you have steps to do find someplace without.

A heat pad for the ice cold chills. A thermometer.Some people describe a 101 temp as a Mack Truck.

Take a good probiotic, prevent yeasts, drink loads, stevia for sweetener, and write down what your doctor says....Even if you can't read it.

Take notes on how you do---you might want to see how far you have come, and if you need help ask for it. Prayers for a easy road.

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