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xrunnerx2012
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I am starting to feel better.

October 2012-July 2013

Mepron, Bactrim DS, Azithromycin, Clarithromycin, Doxy, a-bab, a-v, a-fng, chlorella.... nothing helped my constant head pressure/sinus pressure/ears popping sensation, heart pain, + many more minor symptoms. Going nowhere.


July 2014 took a break from everything. Tried to enjoy my days at the pool in the sun and enjoy life.


August 2014-Now

Minocycline, Rifampin, Quintessence Herbal Mix, A-INFLAM, probiotic, supplement, vitamin d3, detox tea

Head pressure has significantly reduced... heart pain in 80% gone, many other symptoms have improved, however things still persist. In general, I feel 60% better.

The only thing that is worrying me, is that I am developing headaches and more of a burning sensation/pain feeling throughout my head. Is this a sign of disease progressing, lessening, or "aftermath" symptoms of chronically inflaming head pressure. Who knows what was going on in my head.


My appointment is in 2 weeks. Should I keep going on the track that I am and keep pushing with these meds, or try something new? I have yet to try IV.

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surprise
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Quality Curcumin 2x a day, green tea, coconut oil, all reduce inflammation for me, but especially Curcumin.

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Lyme positive PCR blood, and
positive Bartonella henselae Igenex, 2011.
low positive Fry biofilm test, 2012.
Update 7/16- After extensive treatments,
doing okay!

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Lymetoo
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I would blame the Mino and/or the Rifampin.

Do try the curcumin.

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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GretaM
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I'm with both the above posters on this one.

if your LL doesn't agree, perhaps inquire about trying diamox?

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