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jenn
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My daughters llmd wants her to pulse tindemax 2days a week....while taking azitro & Mino everyday

My LLMD does NOT believe in Pulse therapy ... prescribed tindemax for me everyday along with ceftin/Biaxin

My llmd said that your body can come resistant to abx faster while pulsing? or something to that effect?

working with 2 different llmd's with different approaches is confusing....advise please

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AZURE WISH
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i dont think that tthere is really one answer. 1 person may need to pulse and do better on it while another may not.

we all have different loads of bugs, different immune sytem effectiveness, different abilities to detox, different secondary issues....etc etc.

just my opinion though.

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Dr J has my son on the same exact meds as your daughter is on, pulsing the tindamax just two days a week and he is doing great on this protocol, pretty much symptom free after 4 months.

But my LLMD prefers to keep her patients on the cyst busters for at least two weeks straight at a time and feels the results have been better using them that way, so yes it is confusing but interesting to know all the different ways to treat this disease.

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