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AnnaOD20
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Anyone on these together?

Is this a good combo for lyme and/or co-infections?

I have decided to go back on abx to get my CD57 back up. I am actually feeling OK, but since I am considering pregnancy I know I'd be on abx anyway so know this is a common combo to be on.

I had been on Flagyl, Ceftin and Rifampin before (for lyme/bart) at high doses but hoping a lower dose of this combo will be effective.

Would love feedback!

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I was on this combo for over 4 months with probenicid. It got my head a little clearer, and my GI symptoms let up, which were the two complaints that made work and chores exceedingly difficult. I wish I was back on the combo because I'm extremely lethargic, dizzy, and nauseaous all the time on new combo, almost back at square one and why I haven't been posting.

So, I think it worked pretty well for me up until the bugs got used to it. I have lyme, babs, bart, and mycoplasma pneumoniae. Good luck!

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Thanks for your feedback. I am glad to know it worked well w/ all of the co infections too. I hope you feel better soon!
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