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crazyhavanese
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Has anyone ever treated with the drug Alinia and if so what do you think?
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Bartenderbonnie
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Alinia did not produce any reduction in my symptoms.
Some people say it helped them greatly.

Dr M R does not use it in his practice anymore.
https://www.treatlyme.net/guide/alinia-lyme-disease

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BobG
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In combination with other meds, many consider it to be highly effective. See Goode Protocol recently posted.
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tickbite666
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I'll chime in....

I've used Alinia in combo with other ABX protocols and Buhner herbs for a good period of time. I did not notice any real positive results, nor bad reactions nether. So jury is still out on how effective it was for me personally.

It is a very expensive Tier 3 brand name Rx at retail cost of approximately $3700 per month. United Health care would only allow me 6 pills per script at a $60 co-pay at the time. The manufacture does offer discount coupons thru LLMDs to reduce patient costs down to $10 per month with one coupon discount allowed per month. Make sure you check with your Health Care supplier before ordering.

Here's my list of recent ABX combos:

1/26/20 to Present: Disulfiram (started 62.5mg, up to 500mg on 3/6), Baby Aspirin, Heart and Stint Meds
1/21/20 to 1/25/20: Bactrim DS, Biaxin, Baby Aspirin, Heart and Stint Meds.
10/20/19 to 1/20/20: Malarone, Bactrim DS, Biaxin, Nystatin. Baby Aspirin, Heart and Stint Meds.
9/26/19 to 10/20/19: Alinia (x2) Bactrim DS, Biaxin, Nystatin. Baby Aspirin, Heart and Stint Meds change.
8/13/19 to 9/25/19:Alinia (x2) Bactrim DS, Nystatin. Baby Aspirin, Heart and Stint Meds started.
4/20/19 to 8/12/19:Alinia (x2), Bactrim DS, Biaxin, Nystatin, Lipo OoO (ran out 5/2019), LDN (ran out 7/2019)
4/9/19 to 4/19/19: Alinia (x2), Rifampin, Biaxin, Nystatin, Liposomal Oil of Oregano, LDN full time
10/18/18 to 4/8/19: Alinia, Rifampin, Biaxin, Nystatin, Liposomal Oil of Oregano, LDN full time
7/9/18 to 10/17/18: Alinia, Rifampin, Biaxin, Nystatin, Liposomal Oil of Oregano full time
3/12/18 to 7/8/18t: Tetra, Diflucan, Alinia, Oregano 2 week on/3 week off pulse.
11/18/17 to 3/11/18: Tetra, Diflucan, Alinia 2 week on/3 week off pulse, added Liposomal Oil of Oregano
7/24/17 to 11/17/17: Tetra, Diflucan, Alinia 2 week on/3 week off pulse
7/1/17 to 7/9/17: Tetra 2 week pulse, ran out 7/9/17
6/14/17 to 6/30/17: Tetra, Alinia (ran-out) 2 week on/off pulse
5/27/17 to 6/13/17: Tetra, Diflucan, Alinia 2 week on/off pulse
5/1/17 to 5/26/17: Tetra, Diflucan, Alinia 2 week on/off pulse, continue Famvir full time
4/17/17 to 4/30/17: Ceftin and Bactrim full time after bite, added Tetracyline, continued Famvir
11/24/16 to 4/16/17: Pulse Ceftin and Bactrim 2 weeks on/off. Added Famvir fulltime.
9/24/16 to 11/23/16: Pulse Ceftin and Bactrim 2 weeks on/off.
7/28/16 to 9/23/16: Pulse Ceftin, Bactrim, Diflucan 2 weeks on/off.
7/7/16 to 7/27/16: Pulse Ceftin and Bactrim 2 weeks on/off. No refills left for Alinia
5/9/16 to 7/6/16: Pulse Ceftin and Bactrim 2 weeks on/off, Alinia full time
2/29/16 to 5/7/16: Nystatin, Cipro, and Plaquenil full time; pulse Ceftin 2 weeks on/off
2/15/16 to 2/28/16: Crypto, Nystatin, Cipro, Tetracycline, Plaquenil full time, no pulse.
12/7/15 to 2/14/16: Crypto, Nystatin, Cipro, Tetracycline, Plaquenil. ABX pulsed 2 weeks on/off
11/26/15 to 12/6/15:Rx Cryptolepis, Nystatin
9/23/15 to 11/25/15:Rx Cryptolepis, Cipro, Tetracycline, Plaquenil, Nystatin (liquid)
7/31/15 to 9/17/15: Rx Cryptolepis, Cipro, Minocycline
7/18/15 to 7/30/15: Rx Cryptolepis, Cipro
5/21/15 to 7/17/15: Rx Cryptolepis
4/16/15 to 5/15/15: Diflucan
3/19/15 to 4/15/15: Nystatin
2/1/15 to 3/18/15: Minocycline, Nystatin
12/17/14 to 2/1/15: Minocycline, Plaquenil, Nystatin
12/09/14 to 12/16/14: Plaquenil, Nystatin,
11/19/14 to 12/8/14: Plaquenil, Nystatin, Levaquin
11/12/14 to 11/18/14: Plaquenil, Nystatin, Minocycline
10/10/14 to 11/11/14: Plaquenil, Nystatin, Diflucan
9/8/14 to 10/9/14: Minocycline, Plaquenil, Nystatin
8/4/14 to 9/7/14: Minocycline, Plaquenil, Nystatin, Valtrex
7/8/14 to 8/3/14: Plaquenil, Nystatin, Valtrex
6/8/14 to 7/7/14: Minocycline, Plaquenil, Nystatin, Valtrex
4/19/14 to 6/7/14: Minocycline, Plaquenil, Nystatin
4/2/14 to 4/18/14: Doxycycline, Plaquenil, Nystatin
3/10/15 to 4/1/14: Coartem (last dose taken 3/26/14 am), Nystatin
2/6/14 to 3/6/14: Doxycycline, Plaquenil, Rifampin, Nystatin
11/23/13 to 2/5/14: Minocycline, Plaquenil, Rifampin, Nystatin
11/9/13 to 11/22/13: Minocycline, Plaquenil, Rifampin
10/30/13 to 11/4/13: Minocycline, Plaquenil, Parastroy,
10/20/13 to 10/29/13:Minocycline, Parastroy
10/11/13 to10/19/13: Diflucan, Parastroy
9/21/13 to 10/6/13: Coartem
8/16/13 to 9/20/13: Oral Minocycline, Bactrim DS, Alinia, Diflucan
5/23/13 to 8/15/13: Oral Minocycline, Bactrim DS, Tindamax, Alinia
4/1/13 to 5/22/13: Oral Minocycline, Bactrim DS, Tindamax
3/8/13 to 3/30/13: IV Doxycycline, Bactrim DS, Tindamax
2/5/13 to 3/7/13: Zithromax, IV Doxycycline, Mepron x2, Bactrim DS, Tindamax
1/21/13 to 2/5/13: Zithromax, IV Doxycycline, Actigall, Mepron x2, Bactrim DS, Tindamax
10/29/12 to 1/20/13: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (2x/4 days/wk), Actigall, Mepron x2, Bactrim DS, Tindamax
9/12/12 to 10/29/12: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (2x/4 days/wk), Actigall, Mepron x2, Bactrim DS
8/25/12 to 9/11/12: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (2x/4 days/wk), Actigall, Mepron x2
6/30/12 to 8/24/12: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (2x/4 days/wk), Actigall, Mepron x2, Diflucan
6/22/12 to 6/29/12: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (2x/4 days/wk), Actigall, Mepron x2
4/19/12 to 6/21/12: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (2x/4 days/wk), Actigall, Mepron, Bactrim DS
2/27/12 to 4/19/12: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (2x/4 days/wk), Actigall, Mepron
2/21/12 to 2/26/12: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (2x/4 days/wk, 3 days off pulse), Actigall, Rifampin
1/17/12 to 2/20/12: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (1x/day), Actigall, Rifampin
12/19/11 to 1/16/12: Zithromax, IV Rocephin (1x/day), Actigall
10/11/11 to 12/9/11: Zithromax, Doxycycline, Rifampin (STOPPED all due to elevated ALT/AST)
9/18/11 to 10/11/11: Zithromax, Augmentin, Rifampin
8/24/11 to 9/17/11: Zithromax, Augmentin, Mepron
6/29/11 to 8/23/11: Zithromax, Suprax, Mepron
5/10/11 to 6/28/11: Zithromax, Omnicef, Mepron
3/31/11 to 5/9/11: Zithromax, Omnicef
3/25/11 to 3/30/11: Biaxin, Plaquenil
3/18/11 to 3/24/11: Biaxin, Plaquenil, Diflucan
3/8/11 to 3/17/11: Biaxin, Plaquenil
11/4/10 to 3/7/11: Tetracycline
3/11/10 to 11/3/10: Biaxin, Plaquenil

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