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... are going through all this, you have been through so much lately. I will pray that you do no have the flu. I am sure the Jemsek will know what to do about the picc line. I believe that things truly happen for a reason... ... (8 replies)
... infected. It may affect treatment choice and progress. It is important to be tested for these by a Lyme reputable lab such as IgeneX in Palo Alto, CA. Has she been tested for these? ... (5 replies)
PICC line people
Dec 30, 2005
... My prayers go with you in what ever choice you make....... ... (279 replies)

PICC line people
Oct 1, 2005
... Hi all....just wanted to say hi and touch base with everyone. I'm finally back on my primaxin iv after having to take almost 2 and 1/2 weeks off. Started back in yesterday so we'll see where i am in 2 days...hopefully it will go better this time round. Good news is that the acyclovir finally cleared up all the cold sores that my short 2 day "on" iv escapade brought on this... (279 replies)
... Dear gyyl, I was on rocephin IV for 9 weeks and was starting to see some improvement but had to stop because my liver enzymes jumped from 40-737. I wish I had known about taking milk thistle to clean your liver and gall bladder because I would have taken it. My doctor informed me about the gall bladder problem but it never cropped up just the liver. There are a number of... (7 replies)
... infected and it will affect treatment choice and progress. ... (5 replies)
... infection will affect treatment choice and progress. ... (42 replies)
Lyme got stranger
Sep 12, 2004
... catheter which is located in the chest, is a PICC line which is located in the arm. This is a simple procedure that does not take long. The line is placed in an arm vein and threaded up to the chest. It typically stays in place for the entire treatment time. This way you are not getting stuck weekly. ... (3 replies)
... Kelly, the phone consult went well. I have no choice, next month I have to be there in person since I have the PICC line in. I think he feels as long as I have the PICC line in, he is not worried about oral meds right now. He wants me to try Lexapro again. ... (138 replies)
... I have not had the PICC line inserted yet as the insurance company denied because Dr. ... (48 replies)
... sy Lyme crazy unorganized brain...a total nightmare on the Flagyl these past 3 days of the current protocol started last week....with the IV Rocephin in the poor PICC line that is still unsure whether it can remain or not...three near trips to the ER from Thursday PM alone, the nurse came 4 times to see me... ... (11 replies)
... infected. It may affect treatment choice and progress. ... (7 replies)
... ger than the capsule. A lot of people are having great results with this. I am on saventaro which is also cat's claw and is a capsule. This is my homeopathics choice for now but I may end up on liquid samento eventually. ... (9 replies)
... The list you sent me was very benificial thank you, my brother found a list with all of the symptoms mentioned on line also. I have been experiencing most of them in variuos forms since I begin feeling sick. ... (11 replies)
... infected. It may affect treatment choice and progress. It is important to be tested for these by a Lyme reputable lab such as IgeneX in Palo Alto, CA. Have you been tested for these? ... (11 replies)
... Does he have a PICC line? ... (7 replies)
... infected will affect treatment choice and progress. ... (3 replies)
... but had to cut the tx short due to PICC line infection. To be honest with you I herxed more on the orals then I did on the IV. ... (5 replies)
... on treatments. But even that after awhile for me was not enough, and it got so severe I HAD to go the regular doctor route with the IV and treatment that way. PICC line in my arm and all, on tons of seizure meds, you name it, I was on it. ... (17 replies)
... Hi Smith20 Yes this is usually the pattern of getting rid of this disease but depending on how long you had been infected and how much bacteria you are killing off it should be less over each month. I know there are many times when all I can do is go to bed when this is going on . I would use heat and ice packs for my head then take my pain meds and a antianxiety med and... (7 replies)


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