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jenn
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was on zith for almost 2 years and made great progress...3 months ago changed to Biaxin to shake it up a bit, since I felt the zith did all it could for me at the time...

Well, Biaxin is kicking my Butt!! Fatigue, joint pain, stiff neck..yadda, yadda, yadda. Been feeling like crap since starting Biaxin 3 months ago.

Thinking of switching back to zith along with Ceftin combo....Was hoping to add tindemax to this cycle with biaxin, but felt so bad...didn't want to do it just yet.

Anyone have a Bad switch from Zith to Biaxin?? so confused!!!

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Sammi
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I do not like Zithromax at all. For me, Biaxin is much better than Zitrhomax but everyone is different.

You should definitely let your doctor know how you are feeling.

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YOu could always try Ketek. Supposedly the best drug out of all 3, although there are a few risks.

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