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Jessiep
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Been on babs meds for 2 months and doxy for 3 weeks with tindy on weekends. Thoughts??? Thinking of taking a break.
Ideas!!! Feel so miserable.

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I tried to reply to your pm but your mailbox if full.
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Jessiep
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Ok will clear it!
Thx

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Marnie
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A fever is a body defense...esp. with relationship to viruses.

"Illnesses caused by viruses are among the most frequent causes of
fever in adults."

*Above* 102...need to take something to lower it a LITTLE, otherwise, ride it out. A fever is a good thing.

Viruses are proteins...no cell wall. Could you be reacting to CWD Bb?

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Jessiep
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What is cwb bb?

Don't you also get fever when fighting bacteria?

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I got a week-long fever when I had a drug reaction to Bactrim DS.

I didn't know what was happening until I became jaundiced.

My liver and pancreatic enzymes went through the roof, I lost my appetite and had no energy.

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CWD = cell wall deficient Bb. No wall, just a cell membrane with Bb's DNA inside.

Our antibodies are supposed to lock onto the cell walls.

Hence CWD forms of Bb make it harder for our own antibodies to work.

Tricky little b..

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