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gigimac
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Shortly after taking my meds last night i started to feel weird mentally, losing focus, train of thought, anxious, and can't seem to make a short list for the grocery store.

Anyone experienced this as a bart or lyme herx?

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gigimac
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Seems maybe more like bart to me since the only time i felt like this before was after taking japanes knotweed. The knotweed was even worse.

Does this sound like a bart herx to anyone?

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derk diggler
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everyday gigi, 24/7 3 years straight on jan 23 at 430 pm yay my life ****en sucks

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I live with extreme brain fog daily and since I started treatment three weeks ago it has gotten much worse. I thought it was part of the herx reaction. I have been dealing with it for so long now since my Lyme symptoms have set even before I knew it was Lyme.
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I "lost my mind" when I started treatment...
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