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krautz33
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Woke up this morning feeling great around 5:30. Ate breakfast drove to work, felt great. Around 7:00 body just started burning from the inside out, started sweating and world started spinning. Tried coffee for the first time in two weeks. I am wondering if this is the cause. Have been feeling better lately. I am on day of 18 of treatment of zithromax IV 500 mg. So frustrated

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Could be the coffee. Was it caffiene or decaf.?

When I accidentally drank 8 oz. of caffinated about 2 hours later I felt very "off". Felt like I was going to black out or pass out and broke out in a sweat. I think it may have caused a blood sugar drop.

Come to find the coffee my husband gave me in the morning was NOT decaf..urgg. Ran out of decaf and did not tell me.

Anyway, always so hard to say right? Could be a herx or med related but the coffee for the first time in 2 weeks stands out for me!

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The minute I became ill, I could no longer drink coffee. 1 cup and I felt like I drank the whole pot. Caffeine is a no no for most lymies.
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I think it was the coffee as well. I love coffee, but everytime I drink some, I feel terrible afterwards. It looks like I may have to eliminate it for good. I was so tired the rest of the day. I was starting to feel good it stinks to have to take a step back.

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Try green tea! Hope you feel better soon!!

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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