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PICC line people
Aug 5, 2005
... TeeDee I am doing fine so far. I am on day 7 of rocephin. My PICC exit site looks good. The first four days I had weak pain in armpit and pain in upperchest and neck, yesterday and today have been pretty good. My nurse just left and the site was cleaned for the first time. ... (279 replies)
... I agree with the lyme in the south reflecting differently on the tests. ... (13 replies)
PICC line people
Oct 28, 2005
... Shanna, it's so nice to hear that you're adjusting well to the new oral meds and that you're feeling better. I was devastated to read that insurance stopped coverage of your IVs. ... (279 replies)

... What dose of Rocephin is she infusing and how long is it prescribed for? ... (5 replies)
Pain
Oct 10, 2007
... My Lyme began with a constant sore throat, dental pain, jaw pain and neck pain so excrutiating I felt like someone was standing on the side of my neck. ... (7 replies)
... Gwenn, Hi , sorry that you are feeling so bad, and dealing with so much. Is your INS cutting you off completely, no coverage at all, or just the meds? ... (9 replies)
PICC line people
Aug 30, 2005
... almost a week with little or no sleep is dreadful! Could Dr. Crist give you something to help you sleep before the trip and on the way there? ... (279 replies)
PICC line people
Aug 27, 2005
... old daughter was diagnosed with Lyme in late July. The doctor decided to start with IV treatment because of the length of time she has been sick and because she has a lot of neurological symptoms. ... (279 replies)
Gland Pain/problem
Dec 26, 2005
... I do not post much but I follow this board. I was infected on my Federal Government job at a N.J. military base back in 1992, I have an approved Federal workers compensation claim but my health is continuing to deteriorate. ... (13 replies)
... Thanks for asking about my dr visit. alot has happened to me since you have been gone. About the time you left Larry and I had food poisioning on a Fri night. He had a light case. Mine was severe. I was unable to keep any food or sips of water or pills down. ... (9 replies)
Pain
Dec 6, 2007
... Hi, I haven't posted in some time. My questions have to do with pain and other symptoms and how long it takes antibiotics to give relief. I have been on a picc line since August 07. I did 8 weeks of Rocephin 2 grams daily, and now on Doxy 100mg twice daily. ... (1 replies)
... f all your illness with you lyme but I did go through the neurological lyme part with the poor balance ,I could not sneeze without almost falling over, ringing in the ears could not walk straight with my eyes closes horrible headaches buzzing in my head and had sufferred a small stroke with cognitive difficulties . ... (1 replies)
... Hi all, I have both Lyme dysautonomia and Cranial neuritis. I am looking for anyone out there who has experienced any lyme neurological problems which led to these problems. ... (1 replies)
... I managed to start talking about how I was twelve, and I had this acute onset of low grade fevers, eye pain, stiff neck and headaches. ... (138 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)
... Oh my all of you...there were too many of you lovely people I have been reading long enough to feel like I know but have only posted recently and then a big setback has kept me off the board the last several days... ... (25 replies)
... Hi Kelly. PICC line insertion was no problem. Please let me know if you need any advice with that. Had it at the hospital instead of Dr.'s office. ... (121 replies)
... months which consisted of Rocephin and Zithromax. ... (8 replies)
Depression
Jan 11, 2008
... 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)
... It is very important to see a kowledgeable doctor. Many doctors do not understand Lyme and treat with outdated protocols. Lyme needs continuous, aggressive treatment. The sooner you get proper treatment, the better. ... (11 replies)


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