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Symptoms of Herxheimer Reactions 22 Jan 2023 00:48 #77503

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I found this in an online document. It denotes a more expanded list of
Herxing symptoms than is normally mentioned. I added a few that were
not listed and some descriptive information.
It is probably fairly complete, or at least much more complete (enough).

The most common Herxheimer Reaction symptoms reported (from Detoxing and
other causal experiences), and which can manifest according to the type of
"infectious agent" (pathogen, toxin, etc.) being eliminated from the body (die-off,
additional created toxins, etc.), what biological systems are being affected
(lungs, kidneys, liver, gastrointestinal, skin), and the quantity of excretion, include:

increased fatigue, joint or muscle pain, skin rashes, photosensitivity, irritability, dissiness,
paresthesia (a sensation of burning, prickling, itching, or tingling of the skin,
with no obvious cause), sleep disturbances, asthenia (weakness; loss of strength),
muscle cramps, night sweats, hypertension, hypotension, headaches (especially migraines),
swollen glands, upset stomach, and/or feelings of malaise or whole-body discomfort or
general unwell feelings.

Also reported are heavy perspiration, metallic taste in mouth, chills, nausea, bloating,
constipation or diarrhea, low grade fever, heart palpitations, tachycardia, facial palsy,
tinnitus, mental confusion, uncoordinated movement, pruritus (severe itching), bone pain,
flu-like syndrome, conjunctivitis, throat swelling, and/or vomiting.

Some of these symptoms are or can be more severe than others, or suggest a more
severe Herxing event (such as upset stomach, nausea, or vomiting), and, although they
can sometimes persist for some time, they are usually short-lived, especially if the event
causing them is stopped or reduced in intensity.

"MMS" Detoxing generally causes at most some of the less severe symptoms, and
often none at all, especially when the various protocols are followed as suggested.
 
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