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Jessiep
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Hi All,
I am on Doryx and Rifampin. And I think it may be working! I guess we'll see but my foot pain was worse for a while and now getting better and my overall joint pain and fatigue are improving. HOWEVER, my babs sx are creaking back. [Frown]

My heart tachycardia is back, my air hunger is worse and my muscle fatigue increasing. So my question is what can I take with rif and doxy for babs?

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I took Mepron and Clindamycin with Rifampin. Can you ask your LLMD about the Rifampin/Doxy combo possibly affecting your heart?

I would ask your doctor first.

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I took rifampin, clindamycin and high dose Artemisin
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DH is on Rifampin, Tini, Alinia, pulsing Art.

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all cyclines can affect heart rhythm
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