running wild said...
WalkingbyFaith - Thanks for reponse. It's funny you mentioned NAC. Just before I opened your post, I was looking up NAC at suggestion of a friend with Lyme. It is also helpful for kidneys, so I was about to order some.
What did you do to get rid of fevers and fatigue that comes with them, or did you have the fatigue? You've probably told me before, but I can't remember. I'm lucky to remember my name, recently .
Anytime I feel like I have a fever, I feel fatigue. I had this off and on most of my life before I knew I was sick or knew about
Lyme. I usually thought it was because my immune system was run down and I was fighting off a potential cold or something. I think I just laid down and tried to take a nap. Maybe took Tylenol. My temp would be around 99F.
In more recent years after getting life alteringly sick, I would often feel warm in the forehead and eyes and fatigued in the afternoon at work. We had a nurse in our office building, and I would go get my temperature taken. It wouldn’t even register normal (below 98.6F). This was after being sick a number of years but before knowing about
Lyme. At the time I didn’t know why my temperature was below normal.
I haven’t worked in over 2 years now and am worse off in a lot of ways, but I haven’t had the afternoon fever and fatigue much except when herxing. Herxing on parasite herbs and lomatium/isatis/licorice combo for viruses has brought out feverish feelings and fatigue.
Rest, hydration, and backing off a bit on treatment are probably the best ideas I can think of to help with it.