FLEET...that was my friend at 6:00 this morning. Panicked, I jumped out of bed. My eyes were worse. Everything was blurry--hazy...like Cybil Shephard in an episode of moonlighting. Scared, I took to my computer. I had emailed Nurse Andi late last night.
Me (in the subject line of an email): Blurry Vision with Ivermectin. Is this normal???
Her (answering at 1:00 am): Can happen when toxins are bring released quicker than removed. Recommend Mila if taking already increase from one scoop to two . What other binders are you taking? Any colonics or enemas? Lots of liquids, walking, sweating, lymph drainage. Let me know asap, so we can adjust your program.
Desperate, I crawl into the tub, break out the Epsom salts, drink two glasses of water, then head to Walgreen's. I never bought an enema before. Blindly, I pick the most natural package: Fleet Naturals Cleansing Pack with Aloe. Then, off to the sauna.
Three hours later (after more water, dry brushing, lying on the bathroom floor--surrounded by bottles to rush mother nature), I give myself a quick mental flogging..."I should detox more. This is serious. I've got to keep up." Finally, I'm back in bed, less cross-eyed, but completely exhausted.
Tough morning? Certainly.
Loving life with Lyme? That's the real challenge.
No doubt, Brian Andreas was on to something.
Altered Today: Ivermectin Reaction, Symptoms, Detoxing 101