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6Hypnone
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As in can it make symptoms worsen? I just started phosphatidylcholine, which I wouldn't think would cause any issue but my nerve pains have gone from 6x a day to several an hour over the past day. I started it about 3 days ago.
Over the past week I've increased biocidin from one drop every other day to 2 days on, one off.
I dunno if I'm getting worse or symptoms are from something I'm on. It's really freaking me out.

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I don't know the drugs you are on, but I know that antimicrobials can make people worse... the so called herxes.

Some drugs kill the good and the bad bacteria, and weaken the immune system (gut probiotic bacteria), and this is not to our advantage either...

but herxes are the most common 'worsening' of symptoms after antimicrobials. Not to be ignored, in my opinion.

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I'm on itraconozole as an rx for lyme stuff (others for depression and thyroid). But those are the new ones. Still have yet to start NRF2 and igg 2000.
Its just such a low dose of the Biocidin tho.

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