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k84
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For the last two months I've been on Doxy and Tindamax.

Recently, I started to have a hives like allergic reaction to Doxy. Stopped doxy and it cleared up.

What abx did you all find most helpful or *tolerable* in conjunction with Tindamax, of course other then Doxy.

Thanks

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My protocol is Omniceff and Tindamax. I would prefer to be on more Tindamax than only three times a week (twice a day) but I guess it causes liver damage? so my wonderful Lyme doc will only let me do three times per week.

It's a pretty good protocol. The Tindamax has been pretty good for my brain.

I am curious how much Tindamax you are doing per week. But no problem if for whatever reason you want to keep mum on that.

By the way, I am no fan of Doxy.

Hope you are doing better.

Still Winning

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quote:
Originally posted by still winning:
My protocol is Omniceff and Tindamax. I would prefer to be on more Tindamax than only three times a week (twice a day) but I guess it causes liver damage? so my wonderful Lyme doc will only let me do three times per week.

It's a pretty good protocol. The Tindamax has been pretty good for my brain.

I am curious how much Tindamax you are doing per week. But no problem if for whatever reason you want to keep mum on that.

By the way, I am no fan of Doxy.

Hope you are doing better.

Still Winning

My LLMD suggested I start out at 3 days a week on Tindamax, but said once on it for awhile I go try up to 5 days a week.

Tindamax has been a dual edged sword.

When I go off my pulse, my babesia symptoms seem to be exaggerated.

When I start Tindamax, day two and 3 on it are better, but I start to feel horrible and toxic by day 5.

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