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SDAR
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Please help me have some hope if you have had or have symptoms of feeling off balance when you walk and/or speech problems can you please share with me. I have been treating for 9 months with late stage lyme Neuro, bartonella and babesia first diagnosed, most all other symptoms have gone but not the balance. Am I expecting too much too soon only being 9 months?

I am currently on Bactrim, Amoxicillin, Probedicine, Lipsomal Vit C and Gluitothione, Nystatin, Cucurrmin, Vit d3, n-acetyl

Please any hope will help

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I had those issues for years and they resolved fully only after I treated Babesia. You might consider incorporating this into your regime.
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Can you tell me what you used to treat the Babesia?
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quote:
Originally posted by Badtick:
I had those issues for years and they resolved fully only after I treated Babesia. You might consider incorporating this into your regime.

Can you tell me if you took Atovaquone Mepron or Malarone?
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I could really use some support by hearing from others who have or had the symptoms involving balance/walking and/or speech difficulties. Any hope I can get will help.
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Topic: TINNITUS: Ringing Between The Ears; VESTIBULAR / BALANCE . . . Hearing Issues, including - HYPERACUSIS . . . Ototoxic Drugs, etc.

Explanations - and some things that can help.
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Agree, Babesia helped this the most for me. I had a constant rocking boat sensation for months.

Doxy helped it for me, which has antimalarial properties.

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Currently at around 80% +/- most days.

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I did and got so well I could ride a bike!

not sure how it got better- I've tried so many thing and it did take a while.

wishing you great success! the one thing I have learned is never give up- just keep searching and trying things.

love & prayers!

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Balance therapy helped me a lot.

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No idea at all whether this would help you. I get my neck adjusted with a very good chiropractor. I get dizzy if my C1 vertebra is out of place. After being adjusted, I get undizzy fairly quickly. I just have Lyme, no other co's.
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Thats funny..I have an appointment Thursday to go to a Chiropractor I used to go to. I heard it really helps with your immune system when everything is moving properly.
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