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brainless
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A&E just had a commercial about free pills so I went to the site...www.altovis.com and I had to sign up for home delivery so I didn't get it. Has anyone tried Altovis and did it work on the fatigue or anything else?

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I tried it and it did nothing for me. I have relentless fatigue. It may help people with regular type fatigue, I don't know.

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Are you both being treated for babesiosis? Babs is the #1 cause of fatigue IMHO.

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I'm not being treated for it. I just found out I have lyme and haven't seen an LLMD yet. Just found out hubby and daughter has it also. I was waiting for their results so we could all go. I have started on doxy.

What is the treatment for babs? I didn't know that was a big sign of babs. I just assumed the fatigue was from the lyme. I have had overwhelming fatigue for 15 years. Thanks for the tip.

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provigil, rx, works grat to ensure alertness.
expensive, but worth it

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Cut the sugars and carbs down and start taking multi vitamins bcomplex untill you get to the llmd and rest when you can.
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I tried ENADA NADH and it was very mild but not that helpful.

Provigil made me feel very jittery, so I had to stop it.


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I did the free trial too. But I didn't like it at all. It gave me that body "stress" feeling I hate so much. Anytime I am in a herx or my neuro system is sensitive, I get this really "stressed" feeling. It is not like emotional stress, but physical stress. This supplement just made it worse.

I get lots of benefit from Provigil. 100 to 200 mg a day. My insurance covers it, so worth it to pay the copay. Enada NADH also helps some.


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