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SScott
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Been on Doxy (3 months), Rifamprin (2 months) and Septra (1 month), and last night I find a new tick...really!?!? Two questions:
1) Seeing I am being treated, I guess I just keep plugging along, maybe be on the look out for new co-infections?
2) Anyone have any tick control ideas? I am in Georgia and there aren't a lot of companies that do this.

Thanks!

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Are you still on doxy? If so, you should be covered, but I'd still call your LLMD to be sure.

I stay out of areas that might have ticks. I'm perfectly happy on pavement.

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Doxy will cover you...if your still currently taking it!

Tick control try:
Avon skin so soft lotion and or spray
Sawyer spray for clothes
Damminix tick tubes around your property

I just ordered beneficial nematodes to kill ticks around the property...people swear by this!

http://www.arbico-organics.com/category/beneficial-nematodes

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