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pinkcessAMANDA

I was recently diagnosed with GH. My doctor put me on Acyclovir. I think the meds are messing with my appetite cause I haven't been eating like I usually do. Anyone elses meds do that to them?

Something else I'm noticing is I'm always tired. I feel like I can just lay down all the time. My body achy ESP my legs. Normal?

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I was recently diagnosed with GH. My doctor put me on Acyclovir. I think the meds are messing with my appetite cause I haven't been eating like I usually do. Anyone elses meds do that to them?

Something else I'm noticing is I'm always tired. I feel like I can just lay down all the time. My body achy ESP my legs. Normal?

:(

Hey AMANDA, our herps lays in the Ganglia Nervous System, base of spine . You can actuality outbreak anywhere in the boxer shorts area. It may be your body adjusting to the h.

Yes your meds can have side effects. There is a site www.webmd.com , it has an area to check your pills symptoms. It can also show you any interactions the drugs you take can have with other meds. Take care, Ace :)

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Joperty

I had exactly the same symtoms on acyclovir, the aching legs was the most frustrating pain ive ever experienced, I foind that using heat packs or hot water bpttles really helped, I think theres a few other people commented about the leg pain when using acyclovir, the pain came the same day I startdd taking it and stopped the day after I stopped! It does get better xx

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