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Lyme Treatment
Jul 14, 2007
... I then went through 6 months of Doxycycline at 200 mg twice a day. Seemed to do nothing and I felt worse, but not herxing. ... (9 replies)
... im was a constant head pressure that would not go away, that developed in July of 2007. About 6 months ago, he developed a thyroid problem, and started synthroid to treat it. Finally, being convinced he had Lyme disease, he started seeing a LLMD in NJ about 2 months ago. ... (3 replies)
... I just got back on bactrim. Since I have not been having the night sweats, etc. so it does seem to work for me better than some of the others. ... (19 replies)

... I have been on IV rocephin for over two months now. Will be completing treatment on the 29th. I have also been on zithro, flagyl, bactrim while doing the iv. ... (10 replies)
... Welcome to the boards . ... (10 replies)
... We have been to three previous LLMD's since Sept 07 and we have finally found one we are happy with. ... (10 replies)
... How long were you going to Dr Crist before he decided that you needed to be put on IV abx. Did they put it in at his office or were you able to get it put in at home? ... (4 replies)
... I told you when my son left I would write and tell you about what happened to me last week. ... (16 replies)
... I am new to this board and if I stray into forbidden territory, please, let me know. ... (5 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear how badly you have been feeling. Approximately how long have you been diagnosed since you have had been exposed to the lyme . I ask because sometimes it takes as long as being exposed to recover . ... (1 replies)
... Hi Danny I am told by my 2 lyme specialists I have been to that it most likely takes as long as you have been infected to recover from lyme and it's co-infections I am going the aggressive route of IV therapy zithro and mepron oral and now Levaquin oral also b-12 shots every week for a little more energy along with milk thistle to help my liver function and probiotics to... (34 replies)
... catheter, if infusions are done daily the needle stays in for one week and is then changed. The needle needs to be in to infuse meds. When the needle is in you cannot get the site wet. Some people do infusions five days a week and take two days off. ... (11 replies)
... Oh my all of you...there were too many of you lovely people I have been reading long enough to feel like I know but have only posted recently and then a big setback has kept me off the board the last several days... ... (25 replies)
... I went back to the GP and he retested and band 25 came up reactive but that was all so of course CDC negative again. ... (10 replies)
... Thanks CJ and BDFM for the comforting words....just glad that ride is in the past and maybe by the next time I have to go I'll be a lot better and will be able to tolerate it better. And Maureen I'm only 28 and I was worried about stops as well!! You're not alone! ... (10 replies)
... This is directed at anybody who wants to add their 2 cents. When I got a thread form takemylife the other day I couldn't believe he has been doing the cat's claw and enzymes stuff just since January. ... (2 replies)
... I am so intrigued by your research in a quest to get rid of this horrible disease. ... (15 replies)
... threads. I'm so sorry that you are feeling so bad. I told you about Dr. Kussman and I asked him about the dairy product problem and his advice was eat before I take the meds and drink lots and lots of water. ... (22 replies)
... but I guess it was my own fault because I'm not always sure how to send threads and I usually attach it at the end of the last one I receive. I finally got a response from ncgirl88 and hopefully now I'm on the right track. Time will tell. ... (42 replies)
... e didn't believe that I had Lyme. Well you could have knocked me over with a feather and his nurse was totally embarassed too. He did some base line type blood work and said he really didn't think the insurance would pay because only the one band came back positive but he would see. ... (42 replies)

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