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... Dr. C gave me a paper for IV rocephin protocol. I was to bring that to my daughters primary and have her start it. Well I did that and she basically said no. ... (17 replies)
... Good luck on Wednesday DuPrey84. I hope they will continue your treatment longer. Four to six weeks is not very long for Lyme. ... (17 replies)
Treatment Question
Apr 27, 2005
... I don't know if the bacteria are going through a growth phase or what is going on. I am tempted to call my infectious disease doctor who was going to put me on IV rocephin if I got worse. ... (7 replies)

... I just returned from my doc appointment. He said things are going fine but want me on IV Rocephin and Zithro for another two months. My blood pressure was up again even though I took my meds this morning before the appointment. ... (12 replies)
... Okay, so I completed my 28 days of IV rocephin treatment (wow that PICC line was fun) as prescribed by my infectious disease doctor. No improvement whatsoever. Three days after I finished, I got married, went on my honeymoon got back and went to see her. We went through everything and she said since there was no improvement, it's more than likely that I don't have Lyme... (7 replies)
... Jenn, good luck. Remember there are ways to get help if your insurance company will not pay for treatment. Keep us posted. (12 replies)
... ions. My doctor is a rheumatologist, and, I believe, very well respected, though considered to be somewhat 'controversial' by some of her contemporaries for her treatment theories. ... (3 replies)
... face this by saying that I am not a doctor, so cannot diagnose. I can only share my own experiences and the knowledge I have gathered during more than a year of treatment for chronic Lyme disease. Others have already given you great advice, i.e. ... (4 replies)
Depression
Jan 11, 2008
... trying to clear up the neurological end of the lyme I think it took about 6 months before some of this started to subside some insurance companies only approve Iv therapy for a period of 60 days but in our case alot of times that isn't enough . ... (3 replies)
... 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. I myself was on IV for 6 weeks before they pulled the line because I didn't notice a single benefit from its use. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sorry I didn't answer earlier, but I thought someone with more knowledge on Rocephin would come on to advise you. I know Maureen gave you some good advice. ... (2 replies)
Rocephin
Jun 12, 2007
... I did switch insurance companies and now more of my bills are covered. I almost fell off my chair when I found out they would pay for the IV and the Rocephin. ... (3 replies)
... It sounds like you need the iv antibiotics. Dr's tend to use iv Rocephin when the lymes has started causing neurological symptoms. My neighbor and I both have Lyme. He's been on the iv Rocephin for 3 wks and his joint pain is gone. ... (5 replies)
... week period. For me, however, after being on antibiotics for over 3 months, I noticed that I never truly realized any benefit from them at all. My treatment included IV Rocephin and Doxycycline which are the hallmarks of Lyme Disease treatment. Honestly, by the end of treatment, in some ways I felt worse. ... (39 replies)
... How long have you had your symptoms From what I understand the lesions come from the bacteria entering our brain I could be wrong but I am almost positive this is what I read the lesions are from the infection If I were you I would look into IV Rocephin if possible Alot of insurance companies are being strict about it but it did bring back alot of my thinking process and... (9 replies)
... has treated three lyme patients. I live in the Memphis Tn area and we do not have LLMD here. I was fortunate to find a dor who would at least start some kind of treatment seeing i was getting worse as time went on. I have since gotten a positive lyme test result from the IGENEX lab. ... (3 replies)
... Hi. You should expect the first two weeks or so to be horrible. You will feel the sickest you ever felt, and then some. I did IV Rocephin for about 6 months or so... ... (5 replies)
... Well anyway my new IV treatment is a drug called Primaxin. Has anyone ever been on IV Primaxin before? ... (10 replies)
... gative, but frankly I want to cover all bases too at this point. Pray that the doctors come up with an answer for all this so we can be sure we are on the right treatment plan. ... (3 replies)
... I'm going through the same thing right now. Before I was on the IV my blood pressure was somewhat normal. Now that I'm on the IV and rocephin I can't keep my blood pressure down or normal. ... (5 replies)




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