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... 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)
... need them. no new word from my ins. or from social security for that matter...have been waiting on their decision now for 5 months, am so glad right now for my long term disability i was approved through from my last job, what a god send. can't remember who suggested to me about medicaid... ... (8 replies)
... Sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I tested positive for Lyme, ehrlichia and babesia. I was looking for an infectious disease specialist, but the waiting list was horrendous. ... (6 replies)

... long term insurance, and separate prescription insurance? ... (38 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)
... the course was way too short. " He was put on Zithromax and then on Minocin and currently on that 200 mg a day, everyday. ... (9 replies)
... our doc likes minocycline or "minocin". It is what many people already take and has been approved by most insurance companies to treat long term for Ai disorders and Ra especially. There are many studies to give it credibility for the ins. co.'s. ... (15 replies)
... the only one willing to put him on long term antibiotics next Monday. ... (1 replies)
... had long term lyme stemming back from 1975 before lyme was discovered. ... (3 replies)
... and now my llmd wants to add plaquenil. i've heard some scary stuff about long term vision problems and hair loss and hoping those are exceptions and not the rule. have you taken it and if so what was your experience? ... (3 replies)
... I have long term Lyme. Diagnosed 6 months ago by my wonderful naturopath! 3 months ago we got in to see a wonderful LLMD. ... (2 replies)
... When people recover from a long term illness, they never forget it. ... (9 replies)
Insurance
Sep 16, 2008
... I had Blue Cross Blue Shield and they covered my antibiotics. Then I had Cigna and they covered my IV Rocephin and my IV Zithromax for 9 months! ... (4 replies)
... I am glad you receive some relief from zithromax. Do you take antibiotics as your symptoms arise or have you been on them long term? ... (4 replies)
... term more than once. I was treated with Mepron and Zithromax each time. ... (82 replies)
Symptoms lyme?
Apr 19, 2007
... Hi Beachgirl. I am sorry about your infusions and that you are getting worse. I had a severe case of Babesiosis and had to treat it long-term more than once. Going through treatment for it was horrible. I took Mepron and Zithromax. Does your doctor feel it is imporant to eradicate the co-infections first? (45 replies)
... I have been on those medications and I know what they cost because I don't have insurance. She's not going to draw attention to herself by prescribing those abx long term because they will make her sorry. ... (7 replies)
For NCgirl88
May 10, 2006
... term two times with Mepron and Zithromax and it is gone. I hope your doctor will reconsider treating you if you have this. ... (19 replies)
Babesia
May 3, 2006
... term Mepron with Zithromax is what worked for me. ... (12 replies)
... My husband has seen 2 of these doctors. He saw Adler-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. Adler-Klein said that she did not think it was lyme but after another western blot came back with false positive she said that should not happen more... (14 replies)


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