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susanschn
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Does anyone have this diagnosis? Has anyone been on treatment with IV vancomycin and heparin injections? Has anyone tried Ascor? What are you doing for extreme muscle pain in neck, arms, hands?
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Most people with Lyme also have hypercoagulation. Some Dr's treat with Heparin. Mine uses Lumbrokinase and it works well for me. It breaks up fibrin and it is believed to break down biofilms.

Have you tried Epsom salt baths for pain? That may help you.

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What are the tests used? A family member has Factor V Leiden, which I just tested for... I'm assuming hypercoagulation can protract the time it takes to get well...

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The Hemex and Fry tests were used and Factor V Leiden is also present.
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