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dian
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I have been on both of these for the past six months. I think I heard that mino can suppress the protein from entering your body. The past few weeks I have noticed muscle issues in my arms, twitching, sore, etc. Could this be a sign or a bad reaction from mino, I take it everyday, twice a day along with bactrim single strength.
I have had great success on both of these drugs until a few weeks ago, along with the muscle issues, I have noticed headaches everyday and also noticed I am getting dizzy again, which I havn't been since starting these drug. Dizzy has always been one of my biggest issues with lyme and bart. Do you think mino is starting not to work anymore? Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
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Jennifer70
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Im on mino, it can cause dizzyness, and headaches. I've never had migraines in my life until i started minocycline. Im herxing like crazy so i think it's working.

I've noticed alot of numbness and tingline in my hands, feet and face also.

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Im on mino, it can cause dizzyness, and headaches. I've never had migraines in my life until i started minocycline. Im herxing like crazy so i think it's working.

I've noticed alot of numbness and tingling in my hands, feet and face also.

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My comfort in my suffering is this: Your promise preserves my life.

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