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ladeedah
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So I had to take Cipro bc of a UTI. Before that I started to take Rif and Biaxin for the second time.

And before that I was on an abx holiday for 2 months per my doctor.

This is my second day on Cipro and I feel like I did when I first diagnosed 2 years ago. Every part of my body burns, my knees, my arms, my calfs, my neck is stiff.

Is this a herx? I am only on this medicine bc of a urinary tract infection and it's knocking me on my ass.

And if this is a herx can I combine it with Biaxin?

When I started the rif and Biaxin I started to feel like this too but not as bad, so I am so confused.

Im suppose to get on a plane tomorrow and all I want to do is lie in bed. I was a really starting to feel better too and the fact that I have never felt this bad is really scary.

I hate this darn disease. I really thought things were getting better.

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lululymemom
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You may be hitting Bart.. Someone just posted on another thread that Cipro combined with Tinidazole is a good combo.

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ladeedah
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I had taken Cipro in the past and never had this reaction ( pre-Lyme and co-infections.

I feel like it's hard to tell if it's a herx or if I'm allergic. It's been awhile since I had a herx.

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I took Cipro with a bunch of other meds, so yes, it can be taken with other meds, but I'm not sure which, it's been a long time. I know Amoxy was one of them.

Cipro hits bart. You may be having a bartonella herx.

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