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laurisabelle222
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Last time I started biaxin and amox, I got well pretty fast. I remember it being within a week or two. Its been almost a month on zithro and almost 2 weeks on rifampin..

just wondering when something will change for the better...

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While it can take years to feel better - there are still things that can help in the meantime. Adrenal Support, etc.

Did you see the film "Under Our Skin"? The park ranger there said it was only after the 3 year mark on antibiotics before he began to feel good. It took a while longer after that took really hold but he saw good success.

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With Zithromax, be sure you have good liver support (it can also help to somewhat protect your inner ear/balance system). Milk thistle is the most common one used.

Adrenal support is also key.
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