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Rocephin
Jun 11, 2005
... term Rocephin or other IV antibiotics. That does not mean this is the optimum treatment for everyone. Each person must find the best treatment for their situation. ... (10 replies)
... Hi all...these past weeks I've been feeling too crummy from lyme to talk about lyme, so haven't posted for a while. I'm on week 7 of IV rocephin, and while I've seen some brief periods of improvement, on the whole it's been an uphill battle. ... (0 replies)
Rocephin Question
Mar 21, 2005
... My wife has been on rocephin iv for two weeks now. ... (10 replies)

... with her Rocephin IV infusions. Is Rocephin a Penicillin derivative? ... (1 replies)
... while days that are like the dawn bursting through...well, that was once I was on Rocephin for months and even then I could only tell I was better because instead of living like one from Dawn of Dead...and doing all the things everyone has mentioned... ... (25 replies)
... Can anyone tell me how much the Rocephin IM or IV's cost, Both my husband and I are going to Dr. H's Office the 2nd, and hopefully will start on treatment that day. A friend of mine went to PA and they started her on IM rocephin and then IV's I think. ... (15 replies)
Rocephin Question
Mar 22, 2005
... My dr. is very uncommunicative. I feel like i'm completely in the dark here..... Anyone know how long the IV treatment typically takes? ... (10 replies)
... Hi Darius. There are many different medications, IV and oral, that can be used to treat Lyme disease. What works for one person may not work for another one. ... (10 replies)
Lyme & Miscarriage
Aug 31, 2012
... Hey all! I just miscarried a pregnancy at 8 weeks. Prior to conceiving I was on 4 months of Doxy and 2 months of Doxy and Biaxin combo. I had no proper treatment for 11 months post tick bite due to all the expected BS. The Lyme Literate RN i was seeing told me about a Dr. ... (2 replies)
Neurologic lymes
Mar 6, 2008
... I am still on IV Zithromax for the babesis and mepron and oral cipro . I also have bartonella Still improving but not quite there yet . ... (10 replies)
... I hesitate to suggest prescription meds since I'm not a doctor, but the treatment that has helped me MOST with neuro symptoms is cholestyramine. ... (19 replies)
... Is it usual for people take rocephin and doxy at the same time? ... (1 replies)
... ERY common so I had reason to be skeptical. Of course, I had to give antibiotics a trial run and my doctor felt that since my symptoms were mostly neurological, IV Rocephin would be the best choice. After 6 weeks, It did nothing for me which my doc thought was very odd. ... (39 replies)
... term treatment is typical for chronic Lyme. Read your post again. ... (8 replies)
... Is it just because Rocephin is that much more powerful? ... (7 replies)
... My brother and I have been under lyme treatment continously for 5 years. We had positves on the Igenex urine antigen test in Jan 2002. ... (2 replies)
... I just started rocephin 5 times a week as apposed to 2 or 3. They put an IV line in my arm today, so its this is all new for me. Im also on Biaxin and plaquenil daily. ... (13 replies)
... During the IV steroid treatment I had to have another brain and an optic nerve MRI done and the neuro told me to go home and pick out which MS med I was going to go on. ... (30 replies)
... Hi trigal. What dose of Rocephin will you be taking? ... (13 replies)
... and it did nothing. Now I am on IV Rocephin. It's been almost a month but I am going to be on as long as possible. I want this done once and for all, not for it to come creeping back! ... (4 replies)


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