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... I was diagnosed with Lyme Disease back in Sept 2013 by my current LLMD after feeling sick for about 5 months, and was on various oral abx for a little over a year before starting IV Rocephin in January of this year. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Tick battler Welcome to the boards . I was on Rocephin for 11 months for my neurological Lyme I had really good results coming back from a CVA (stroke) from the neurological lyme My symptoms before the rocephin included Really bad headaches dizziness getting lost to places I knew ears hurting so bad I could barely stand it could not stand upright and sneeze... (10 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)

... and am now receiving IV Rocephin, Plaquenil and taking Actigall as a preventative for gall bladder issues. ... (3 replies)
... infected will affect treatment choice and progress. ... (3 replies)
... I was finally diagnosed with Lyme this past November. ... (5 replies)
... I am sorry to hear your trip did not go so well. I don't know how your line did not get plugged up without the heparin flush . ... (8 replies)
... k is a lot of money to have to be worrying about. ... (8 replies)
... I am sorry you have been sick for so long, but it is good you are getting treated. ... (3 replies)
... and was treated with IV Rocephin for 2 years..no improvement..decline in health continued. We just had him retested for Lyme and he is still testing positively. Anyone who experienced muscle weakness with Lyme and had success with antibiotic treatment? ... (1 replies)
... Length of treatment and speed of recovery depends on many factors. ... (4 replies)
Lyme Treatment
Jul 14, 2007
... was even higher. he said there was nothing more he could do for me. ... (9 replies)
... to kill Lyme. Most of the oral antibiotics. Although I hear that massive doses of Amoxicillin will do it. My LLMD said that's about the only oral that will. Once Lyme gets into the neurological system, you usually need to be put on an antibiotic that crosses the brain barrier. Most are antibiotics in the IV form. ... (5 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)
... explain what had initially happened to me again as I didn't write out my whole story and hopefully I can clear up what I wrote earlier. Stay with me cause this is gonna be a long one! ... (39 replies)
... I started seeing Dr. Crist last October and have been back for one more visit. I was diagnosed for 4 years with MS by a neuro but at 52 knew I was too old for this plus there were no tests that proved it. ... (17 replies)
Rocephin Question
Mar 22, 2005
... I'm curious, how long did your doctor say you would be on the Rocephin. ... (10 replies)
... s office called and said that I had been diagnosed with Lyme disease. It was the summer of 1987. ... (3 replies)
Treatment
Aug 30, 2007
... Can anyone can tell me how long it took to see some relief in symptoms after starting antibiotic treatment. I know are body's are all different. I just wanted to get some hope. ... (4 replies)
Lyme Treatment
Jul 14, 2007
... Hey AGM. Thanks for the information. I looked up picc insertion and just don't like the fact that a tube travels up next to the heart. I know that this procedure is done many times for cancer patients. Its just the anxiety of it all. I'm trying to figure out the difference between IV and oral antibiotic treatment. ... (9 replies)


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