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dian
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I have had lyme for six years, been on tetra, biaxin and plaquinal, doxy. Is there a better combo for lyme, such as omnicef? I have alot of neuro symptoms.
Also positive for bart, on levinquin right now.
Seeing llmd next week, want to ask for something to hit this neuro lyme, any suggestions?
thanks
Diana

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Lymeorsomething
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I'm a big fan of high dose amoxy and probenecid combined with something like flagyl once and a while...

How's the Levaquin going? That was a good drug for me minus the tendon issues...

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I'm doing ok on the levinquin, seeing my llmd this week so see what she has to say, being having ekg's done because I have had a qtv interval issue in the past, so far/so good.
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