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Jordana
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I'm now ramped up to 100 mg 2x daily.

Man...has anybody ever taken this and just been wiped out?

I've got increased neuro stuff, shakiness, buzzines in my legs and hips, etc; but that started after my tindamax pulse a couple days ago.

This new thing is just...I want...to...sleep. I made it to about 4 PM and then crashed til 7:30 PM -- now I just want to crash again and sleep til next week.

Is this a herx or am I just getting used to the meds?

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quote:
Originally posted by Jordana:
This new thing is just...I want...to...sleep. I made it to about 4 PM and then crashed til 7:30 PM -- now I just want to crash again and sleep til next week.

Is this a herx or am I just getting used to the meds?

Sounds like a herx to me.
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Thanks. Just slept for 12 hours. Guess it's better than not sleeping. [Smile]
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The first weeks I was on anything new, my body just really needed near round the clock sleep.

If you are in a position to listen to your body, do so. Be sure to get good nutrition - plan ahead so that does not get left out.

And, when you have your wake times, do move your body gently but very purposefully. For various reasons.
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Thanks, I'm trying not to let it freak me out too much. Even in high school with mono I didn't ever just crash like this.

The nutrition thing is bad. I read the lymebloggypeople talk about their kale and goat cheese salad briquettes and think, wow, whoever this is must have a different Lyme symptom list than I do...

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Well, if it's any consolation, I'm having the same trouble....too exhausted to read, to talk on the telephone, to take the trash out...etc.

I haven't had this in a while. The day consists of eating and laying in the recliner. At least it's not pain. Such a blessing. Though I don't have the energy to even pursue my microscopy.

Having similar food troubles. I'm struggling with craving the high-energy foods like chocolate.

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