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Mtgirl
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OK, I have read many, many posts about mepron. Initially, I had no problems, and I really thought that I just wouldn't herx. Then came some minor chest pains, but now...I feel so out of it. I was advised to take Mepron with a good fat, and my LLMD recommended that I take it with my omega-3s, however yesterday I took it with a greesy breakfast, and I think it has resulted in my current feelings.

Yesterday, I was consumed by this needy, raw, and desparately sad mood. Everything ached including my brain, my head was foggy, and I had chills everytime I moved. I felt as bad as I did before I ever started treatment. Today it has let up, but I still am completely exhausted and spacey.

I am wondering if I haven't been absorbing enough of the Mepron, and yesterday, it really just got into my system. Should I take it with something deep fried, or is it pointless to do that to myself? I guess it goes into that old question "to herx, or not to herx?"

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Chia Pet
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Lordy, who could eat like that every day! LOL

When I took Mepron my LLMD said to just take with some cheese or egg and if I had a hash brown grease fest, I do not recall having a bigger herx than not having has browns.

I don't think we all need to sit in Cracker Barrel for ever meal. [Smile]

Maybe someone else can chime in, but this may all be a coinkidink.

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CaliforniaLyme
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SOunds like it to me, too!*)!!! That overwhelming sad pathetic Babs feelinG!!

Fat makes a HUGE deal in absorption!!!

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