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Been well-evaluated to r/o cardiac probs, thyroid issues, etc...

BUT am wondering how many of you have this as one of your symptoms and if it got better with any particular treatment.

Thanks!

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I believe it's bart.

Do you have bart?

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It was a huge problem for me when I got ill Btbm03. One of my first symptoms and horrid.
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Thx for your replies - frankly my doc doesn't believe I have bart..weird since I have so many of the other sx too. Seek, didn't realize you had this sx, it IS horrid.
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I had it for days on end before. Unforgettable.
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I agree it was horrible. Could not stand the cold at all.

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For me this symptom was from Babesiosis. Once I had shaking chills, chattering teeth, and a 105 fever.
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I agree, it sounds like my babesia symptoms. I get that all the time.

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Yeah guys..the Artemesia, LDN and anti-malarial await...will post on how that goes. Sigh.
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I have gotten this most recently when I started two different antiviral medications...I'm assuming it has to do with different viruses in me, as the medications were targeting two different viruses.

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TImaca, I'm sure the die-off from viruses is similar in terms of triggering an autonomic response as abx do. Best back!
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For me it was chills with mild shivering, but never with a fever. Felt very feverish, but temp always below normal. I still get chills, but a lot less than before.
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For some reason this time around i freeze. Feet first then all over. I have two pair of booties on right now and im laying here freezing.
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I had this and it once became exacerbated by an IM magnesium shot. I shivered uncontrollably, and my muscles jerked. I had to put on long underwear and about four layers of clothing, and get under a few blankets and was still cold. I have no idea what was happening. In a moment of brilliance, I tried another mag shot a week later -- same thing.

That was a few years ago, when I was at my worst. I wonder what a mag shot would do now?

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Interesting posts y'all - in fact I upped my oral mag to see if it would help - nothing so far.
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