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Kristyn
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Im on Flagyl for an unrelated infection to lyme and Bart. My night time headaches and anxiety has gotten worse. It's absolutely debilitating. The last 4 nights I've struggled to sleep.

I also have burning sensations in my neck, mouth and chest (seems like its anxiety induced).

From my understanding Flagyl is a cyst buster. Has anyone had this too? I'm on this drug till Tuesday.

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Oh yes. For me, it was mostly depression. I was really really bad because it was before lyme and I didn't know anything about the side effects.

I would switch to something else if I were you.

Have you considered going the herbal route.. or even using a rife machine??

Tinidazole is another option, but the side effects may be quite similar.

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Im gonna have to push through it, my last pill is Tuesday morning. Thanks for the advice. I'm seeing this is a huge issue for alot of ppl, even ones not in the Lyme community.

Again this was for an unrelated infection to lyme. Down the road when I need to go back on it for the lyme or Bart if that happens ill look into other options.

Its been hell the last 5 days. Yesterday was the worst. Thankgod this script is only for one week.

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