Biaxin + minocycline + rifampin + tinidazole should cover both borrelia and bartonella.
Do you know if the dizziness will subside eventually?
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Please see all the links at this other current thread as the same things that can help with tinnitus from mino may also help with the vertigo from mino. Biaxin, too, can contribute to various shades of vertigo.
For some, the dizziness subsides, but not for others.
I can't even take it anymore. Some do very well but many have to switch. First, see B-6 and NAC may be able to help you manage.
Liver support is essential to also help protect the ears. You simply cannot do mino, zith or biaxin without the very best liver support to help your ears, too.
If, with all the protection, vestibular symptoms continue, then it may be best to change to a medicine that does not have ototoxic properties.
i have had it for almost 2 weeks and my dr said it would go away in a few days.. i cant function on it and am stopping it.. it also make me have some nausea and im taking it with food
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My girlfriend had very strong dizziness and nausea from the Mino but she backed off and went up slower the second time. It took her about three weeks to get to full dose and she didn't get dizzy.
-------------------- I am not a physician, so do your own research to confirm any ideas given and then speak with a health care provider you trust.
I was on the exact combination and eventually had to stop the mino. I missed a week or work and thought I was going to die. The dizziness was unbearable. Some people can tolerate it, others cannot. It wasn't worth it to me!