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anonymiss
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Does anyone know a reputable site where I can buy prescriptions meds online?

My search for a doctor isn't going very well, and I am honestly afraid that I might DIE before I'm able to get any medical attention.

I don't understand why the system is set up this way. It's a death trap!

I'm an irresponsible horticulturist. I spend a lot of time digging in the dirt and sitting/standing in tall grass without taking the proper precautions. I know, I'm an IDIOT!

Believe me when I say that I have learned my lesson! I don't so much as step out on the porch for the mail without putting bug spray on!


Anyway, I'm taking matters into my own hands. This waiting around for a doctor just isn't cutting it! Meanwhile, ALL of my symptoms are still going strong (I have a list of about 50 DAILY symptoms which, of course, makes me look like a hypochondriac) and some are even getting worse.


If anyone knows where I can order some antibiotics (and antifungals, just in case) online, it would be greatly appreciated! I have even considered buying livestock antibiotics.

Does anyone have any advice or any experience in these types of self help areas?

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http://www.inhousepharmacy.biz/infections/minomycin.html
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anonymiss
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Thanks, do you have experience ordering from this site?
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No script needed for www.edrugnet.com

I haven't tried them... but they have been discussed here before.

If you can't get a hold of any abx, I would start treating with Samento and Banderol.

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I used In House Pharmacy to buy minomycin, prior to lyme treatment, and they were very reputable. In fact the product that I bought was name brand, and not generic.

I've also heard edrugnet is also good, but may be more expensive.

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Thanks, guys!

I am going to try one last ditch effort at professional medical treatment before I go the self-medication route.

I'm going to go plead my case to "urgent care". I know, I know... my chances there probably aren't any better than with my doctor or the ER but I've always had a knack for social engineering so I'm not going to discount it completely without at least trying.

I really feel as if my doctor did not fully rule out an infectious cause of my "arthritis" before suggesting a rheumatologist. Given my risk levels for both insect-borne and fungal infections, the examination and care I received from "my" doctor is downright laughable.

Why are doctors more concerned with being sued FOR treating someone inappropriately than with being sued for NOT treating someone at all?

This experience is really opening my eyes to the truly catastrophic state of our health care system. I mean, I realized before that something wasn't quite right and needed to be fixed, but I had no idea it was THIS bad!

Sometimes I wonder... if it weren't for the bad "bugs" and our incompetence when it comes to dealing with them, would we be able to live forever? Or at least a much longer time than we are currently averaging?

Maybe that's why they won't give us the antibiotics!? It's more expensive for us to live longer than to live sick and die younger.

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quote:
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Why are doctors more concerned with being sued FOR treating someone inappropriately than with being sued for NOT treating someone at all?

Simply because the IDSA guidelines were written in a way to protect physicians from being accused of under-diagnosing Lyme disease. It would be VERY difficult to sue a doctor in this country for under-treating Lyme, but it's VERY easy to sue a doctor for over-diagnosing and over-treating the disease. It's the way the system was set up.

If a doctor was ever brought to court for negligence, he would just say: "I was following the IDSA guidelines." Then they would have an IDSA official like Wormser or Shapiro (who are getting paid by the insurance companies to say such things) confirm that the doctor didn't do anything wrong.

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Sickening. Just sickening.

Politics and profits have NO place in medicine or health care. Lives are literally at stake and all these [email protected] are worried about is their next paycheck.

Pitiful excuses for human beings, all of them.

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