Actually, I thought they were BOTH intense, especially given they are both happening at the same time. Your lorazepam withdrawal symptoms peaked around day 4 from an earlier post, with some falling off of intensity, and it sounded like the herxing began to take over from there and climb in intensity. Certainly the muscle and joint aches could be herxing, this would be consistent. It would be unusual to get a "double hit" of withdrawal from the lorazepam without a further (new) dose decrease...
Dear Dr Andersen: Need your excellent advice Had several lab tests done. bun/creatinenine ratio 24 High vit b12 964 high glucose,serum (not fasting) 90 OTHER TESTS
current w doxy 7/ 27 vs 7/5 (prior to doxy)
lymph absolute 1.7 1.5
RBC 4.48 4.84
mcv 91 92
mch 30.6 31.2
platelets 183 195
WBC 6.3 7.3
hemoglobin 13.7 15.1
Rdw 13.9 13.6
hemoatocrit 40.9 44.7
QUESTION 1 - should I show my doctor- are any of these underlined #s significant? don't understand? and my pulse on two ocassions in doc office was 48- QUESTION 2 -IS THIS A CONCERN. I get blurry vision. 120/80 bp nervous that my pulses are getting reduced. I have been doing 45 min a day at 4.0 walking on treadmill. I am 5ft 6 136lbs - no athlete or skinny jane.
Question 3 -do i see cardiologist- am I over reacting, just feel off is this serious or just herxing stuff?
Question 4 Did reducing the loraz do this or QUESTION5 should I cut another .25mg or leave alone? I am at 1.0 loraz daily Now I have typing herxing symptoms - sore throat, chills dehydrated and dizzy and minute pin pricks, - no burning and muscle aches on 4 th day when decreased loraz. Your help greatly appreciated and will comp as usual. Margo
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