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lymetwister
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I've been pulsing Mepron for a week now with Zithromax 3 days per week. Other days I've been taking Doxy and Tindamax.

I was holding together pretty well and Rifed last night for Babs, Bart, and Lyme 2 min. each.

At first I got a bad headach and some heart palps, but I went to be o.k.

Today, I have been crying my eyes out and everything is really flared. Time to Detox.

Was looking through the Rife thread and didn't see any of you Crying as a Rife Herx, so I just was wondering.

Gary

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catskillmamala
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Not crying specifically, but my rife herxes have had major cns involvement which for me results in agitation and touch sensitivity.

Don't forget, crying will also flush the toxins out in your tears. I know it's a bummer to feel that bad, but better out than in!!

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I have never been emotionally impacted by any herx reaction. I think I mentioned it before, but my emotions are kind of flat lines by this illness. I never cry. I just got mad at times what it took from my life. If crying helped me, I'd welcome it.

I'm sorry you're struggling so much. I keep hoping to hear something is helping Gary.

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When I herxed on biaxin I wanted to cry constantly in addition to other stuff that I usually have when herxing.
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I have heard from one person who definitely cried from a rife herx.

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