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lymegal23
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my biggest symptoms are pressure around my sinuses and my head feeling out of it. my eyes are sore.

my body feels crappy too but its mostly my head

i just started the biaxin 1000 mg a day and planequil protocol. do you think itll help me?

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I think you gotta try it.

It may a take a few weeks before you feel anything, but that's the way it is unfortunately :[

Bactrim DS helped me with some brain fog; I've heard Flagyl was a big help for some; and I've also heard good things about Biaxin.

So, I think you got a good chance [Smile]

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lymegal23
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anyone know [Smile] ???
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When my sinus feels pressure it's an indication to me that I am overly toxic and I resolve it with coffee enemas and colonics

Exercise and Fir saunas help too

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Carol in PA
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Look into Serrapeptase for the sinus problems.

Serrapeptase: The natural anti-inflammatory
http://www.lef.org/magazine/mag2003/sep2003_report_aas_01.htm

Serrapeptase
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/reviews/SP-Zyme.htm

Check the different brands at iHerb.com and read the reviews.
http://www.iherb.com/Serrapeptase


Hope that helps.
Carol

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Biaxin or Zith with flagyl and bactrim seemed to help a great deal with mood, memory, energy and sense of normality for me. The flagyl dig produce a major herx with leg muscle aches and stiffness lasting 3 weeks in my case but that was also a major turning point toward wellness.

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quote:
Originally posted by lymegal23:
[QB] my biggest symptoms are pressure around my sinuses and my head feeling out of it. my eyes are sore.

My usual answer (because it happens to me) .. yeast/candida.

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Gluten and Dairy free diet.
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You have to identify and treat all the infections because each one of them can affect your brain. For myself, I got some relief treating borrellia, then the bartonella emerged and caused different problems which I had to get diagnosed and treat.

Finally the babesia and erlichia was found and I am starting treatment for that. I hope this will help with depression and feeling out of it.

I have tried every supplement I ever read about including huperzine, coconut oil, acetyl l carnitine, fish oil etc. I quit abx for a month just to treat yeast and wound up much worse.

Most of us have no idea when we first start treating lyme, just how many infections we have and how serious this is and how long it will take to get it all under control.

I am beginning to believe a person should just treat everything right from the start and not wait for the infection to emerge.

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