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... I began IV Rocephin four and half months ago. I also began oral Levaquin five weeks after that. ... (8 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)
... my brain felt as if 2 trains had just crashed and I would lose all awareness of what I was doing or what they said. I would just stare at them with tears in my eyes. ... (3 replies)

... I was treated with a variety of antibiotics including Ketek, flagyl, mepron, zithromax and two months of IV cephtriaxone. ... (12 replies)
... infections babesis and bartenella He has now added Zithromax and levaquin to my mepron that I am also taking to try to get the antibiotics to the nerve endings which sometimes alot of them alone do not reach this area. ... (19 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)
... I was primarily on oral Ketek, and I herxed really badly 2 weeks into the treatment. I recovered from the herx 2 weeks later, and for the second month, I was on IV clindamycin for 4 days a week and Flagyl for the other 3 days. ... (13 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 had eye twitching, facial nerve paralysis, numbness and tingling in hands and feet, severe problems with brain fog, concentration and word retrieval, and severe fatigue. ... (19 replies)
... me journey nearly 2 years ago this August beginning with the bulls eye rash. I also had severe joint pain, particularly in my knees and elbows. I had headache, brain fog, eye twitching, floaters and EXTREME fatigue as well as female problems. I would start my day planning when I could leave work and take a nap! ... (9 replies)
... But the worst of all was the brain fog. I felt as if I was stuffed inside a giant marshmallow. If someone spoke to me, even something simple, it was such a great effort to respond! ... (1 replies)
... What is LLMD? (8 replies)
... hi monarog I noticed your post for neuro symptons Mine involved buzzing and pain in my ears no balance If I sneezed I almost fell over severe dizziness and head pain Confusion sometimes referred to as brain fog I got lost twice going to places I had gone to for years I was confirmed to have lyme through a biopsy of my gallbladder I had to have removed because it was no... (8 replies)
... Hi, I'm back. I remember the suffering I went through with this darned disease. My heart goes out to all who are on the throws of fighting it. The best thing I can say is treat those co-infections, check your thyroid and adrenals, keep your spirits up and never ever ever give up! I was misdiagnosed for about two years. The result of that is Hashimoto's thyroiditis,... (9 replies)
... rama. I used to keep a chart with a check box for each pill because my brain fog and memory were so bad I wasn't able to remember which pill I took! ... (9 replies)
... ps I did have the pcr done at igenex but it was done by tissue from my recently removed gallbladder and did show it was in my dna still after over 18 months of treatment but I know I have made such progress so the tratment is worth the risk My thoughts are make sure to get tested for the co-infections because without treatment for those as well recovery is questionable they... (12 replies)
... Hi nixie63 Dr raxlen in ny is also very good . I know it is awful to not be able to work with all of this lyme stuff He is very good with new ideas to attempt to return us to our previous lives I orginally started with a doc in nh who trained under him I also have alot of the neuro symptoms Mine are mostly headches and emotitional overload now but were in the beginning very... (12 replies)
... Babesiosis is treated at the same time as Lyme, although my doctor recommends getting the Babs under control before beginning iv. The Zithromax will kill Lyme bacteria. Be aware that improvement rarely happens quickly and it may take a long time to see a significant difference. ... (19 replies)
... From Monroe CT Was sick for 2 1/2 years. Was bitten by tick, had circular rash - dr told me that if i had flu like symptoms to call her, otherwise, don't worry about it (great huh?) In the 2 1/2 years following diagnosis made: Rheumatoid Arthritis Sjogren's Syndrome Fibromyalgia (34 replies)
... I will be starting 1000 mg Zithromax daily and I am waiting to hear back from insurance about Rocephen. ... (34 replies)


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