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Geneal
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I must admit that I've not been the best patient lately. [shake]

With all of the excitement of the hurricanes, school, new meds, etc

I have missed my weekly flagyl.

For about 6-7 weeks. [Eek!]

I know. Forty lashes with a wet noodle. [Frown]

So Saturday I took my flagyl (750 mg ER).

By Saturday night my breasts hurt. Really bad.

I then realized I hadn't had this pain in about 6-7 weeks.

Coincidence? Maybe.

Or maybe I could just hope and pray the breast fairy is coming again. [Big Grin]

I've dropped from a C cup to an A thanks to continued weight loss. [Eek!]

Anyhow, I thought maybe this may explain my breast pain that came and went.

When I was pulsing Flagyl 3 days a week, they hurt all the time.

Now I just take one a week to help prevent C diff.

Not that I am finished with Lyme.

However, am currently still on babesia therapy and trying to hit some bart too.

What do you all think?

(I am hoping you say it is the breast fairy [Smile] ).

Hugs,

Geneal

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lymielauren28
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Hmm...I have no idea! Mine hurt almost all the time since getting Lyme - doesn't seem to matter what I do or don't do.

For me it usually starts right after I ovulate and they get more and more tender until I start. By the time my period comes they are literally doubled in size and they feel like they're going to explode! No joke I have bras in B and C cups depending on what time of month it is!

Ahhh the joys of Lyme [Big Grin]
That is interesting about the flagyl though...who knows? Maybe it is the breast fairy!

Lauren

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Geneal
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One can only hope! [Big Grin]

I do believe it is Lyme related or the flagyl wouldn't have stirred things up.

Now I am wondering if remembering to take it was a good thing..... [bonk]

Hugs,

Geneal

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