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pamyla
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Hi all,
For the last few days my nose has been running, I'm sneezing, my eyes are itchy-watery, I'm achey all over and often feel feverish. Can a herx give me cold like symptoms? Or could I actually have a summer cold?

Just curious.
Thanks,
Pam

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elley0531
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anything is possible, but honestly it sounds like a cold
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hi, the only tme i had this this thing hapen was when i was taking ketek - as soon as i stopped ketek, the head cold vanished!!!
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Its part of my herx's everytime when herx is a bad one.I think its just the body trying desose of toxin anyway it can sweat,cold,and excrements.

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This has happened more than once to me and I have concluded they were not colds, but herxing.
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