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Janice70
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I took amoxicillin and augmentin about 45 minutes ago. First dose since 9 days. (I am pulsing). I also took Mepron about 45 minutes ago, but I do this every day, twice a day.

This is kind of scary because I am used to profuse night sweats, but I've never sweat during the day before.

I am also suddenly craving sweets, if that has anything to do with it. OMG, I am dripping with sweat. This is so weird.

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Starting on mepron for babesia? yes that's a herx. Pretty quick.

If I remember...oh, yes, I remember...my daughter had quite the punguent body odor with mepron. Had to throw away a pair of shoes.

My daughter sweats all the time. Day night, winter, summer.

No...she's not on mepron any more. She could only take it for four months, it was very hard on her.

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Janice70
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But I've been on Mepron continuously for a few months.

The sweating didn't last long. I feel gross now because I gave into the strong sweets craving and had two yogurts and a whole bag of

Milano cookies. I had to go to the store for the cookies because I normally don't eat anything like that.

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Dawn in VA
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I sweat like beast, and a stinky one at that, when on Babs treatment.

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(The ole disclaimer: I'm not a doctor.)

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