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... Ceftriaxone is a good IV med for Lyme. ... (10 replies)
... I just answered a long reply and it vanished! Argh. I will try to sum up my response before it happens again. Unfortunately, Lyme disease is a very misunderstood disease. ... (14 replies)
... You are extremely symptomatic for lyme and possible coinfections. ... (24 replies)

... started interferon injections in 1999. My MRI of the brain and spine showed lesions and my symptoms progressed year after year. I saw Dr Singleton last August for alternative therapy ideas only. He tested me for Lyme even though I told him of my negative test in 1996. ... (14 replies)
... hesitate to suggest prescription meds since I'm not a doctor, but the treatment that has helped me MOST with neuro symptoms is cholestyramine. It is approved for reducing cholesterol, although apparently it is not terribly effective for that use. ... (19 replies)
... D Major miracle for me. ... (3 replies)
... s office called and said that I had been diagnosed with Lyme disease. It was the summer of 1987. ... (3 replies)
... I was misdiagnosed for about two years. ... (9 replies)
... l not be enough to treat your infection, especially if you are presenting with neurological symptoms, unfortunately insurance rarely covers the cost of treatment for lyme, and most of us have to fund the treatment ourselves. ... (3 replies)
Neurologic lymes
Mar 6, 2008
... infection for 3 years and I feel much better. I was on IV Rocephin and IV Zithromax for 9 months. ... (10 replies)
... Klein last year referred by his neurologist after 2 years of lyme like symptoms, MRIs showing nothing wrong, a spinal tap that was normal and 2 false positive lyme tests. ... (14 replies)
... There are a few different ways to administer IV antibiotics. Often, they are administered with a PICC line. ... (14 replies)
Neurologic lymes
Mar 6, 2008
... I could not even put my hands together or walk straight with my eyes closed . I would have definately fail any field test for DWI . ... (10 replies)
... I have started my treatment for Lyme disease almost 3 months ago. The first month, I was primarily on oral Ketek, and I herxed really badly 2 weeks into the treatment. ... (13 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... f Mine went neurological and continues to persist after a year and half of treatment I suffer from cognitve problems still and have to check my correspondence for errors often before sending because you would be thinking what's up with this person she can't even spell. ... (3 replies)
... He was IV Rocephin for 28 days with no reaction. Then his infectious disease specialist said it was not lyme because something should have happened on the IV. ... (17 replies)

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