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Rocephin Question
Mar 21, 2005
... Often when people who have Lyme disease antibiotics, their symptoms may become worse or they may get new ones. ... (10 replies)
... Jesus Christ man, sounds like you're in tough shape. My heart goes out to you. (11 replies)
... Thanks for responding. My wife has been ill to various extents for 15 years with an initial period very similar to what she is going through now. She was a long time patient of Dr. ... (5 replies)

... Don' t worry about what you think is complaining You are just gtetting out your frustration to a neutral party as far as I am concerned . ... (28 replies)
Lyme Treatment
Jul 13, 2007
... I had a PICC line put in a few weeks ago and am giving myself IV Rocephin daily. Like Ticker said, once you get used to doing it, it is no big deal at all. ... (9 replies)
... Don' t worry about what you think is complaining You are just gtetting out your frustration to a neutral party as far as I am concerned . ... (28 replies)
LP Puncture/ Lyme
Jul 19, 2008
... Hey Ticker thank you for responding. ... (4 replies)
Lymes and tinnitus
Apr 21, 2008
... I noticed that you didn't mention what meds you have taken if any yet . I know how painful and annoying the tinnitus problems can be . It made me very irritable at times . ... (7 replies)
... re treatment and I guess this plays a part on how long it takes people to recover I have heard of several others who have fully recovered so keep up the support for wife Keep the stress as low as possible and I only wish I had the same . ... (5 replies)
... Did the doctor mention that maybe this could have been passed through from birth You did not say how old your daughters were. ... (28 replies)
... plaquenil and IV Zithromax. ... (12 replies)
... I have a question because I know many of you all have been being treated for a very long time for lyme. ... (2 replies)
... opinion, when someone has engaged in IV Rocephin and seeing dramatic benefits from it, the doctor should take notice to this and recommend continuing the therapy for a little longer to see if any added benefit could be obtained. Even in the standard medical community 3 weeks isn't very long. ... (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)
... elieves I should get a lot better after this The rochephin most likely killed off my gallbadder function which I don't think was that great to begin with always for 20 years had trouble at times with fatty foods When the surgeon took it out he could'nt believe how inflammed it was. ... (9 replies)
... I just finished a week of work and I'm so darned tired! I'll post a short reply but know that there's a ton of info about Lyme to read and share. ... (2 replies)
Have a Question
Jun 6, 2008
... Great to hear from you again, even if your feeling low. Sorry to hear how bad it is for you right now. ... (4 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. ... (10 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. ... (42 replies)
Sep 4, 2003
... I have been diagnosed with Lyme Disease and I need help answering some questions, please! I am in the fifth week of IV treatment with Rocephin and my symptoms are worse than ever. ... (2 replies)

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