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corkmt2003
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I am seeing my nuerologist next week, and although i am pretty sure he's not too well versed in Lyme, i am going to convince him to start a treatment. i can not afford the igenex right now and i think our hospital only does WB/Elisa. But i've dealt with sypmtoms for 4 years. So i assume the tests will be negative. So after all the research i was thinking a combo of Clarithomycin and doxy. Anyone else on this combo with decent results? hopefully after a month or so i will feel the effects..
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janet thomas
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Biaxin & doxy would be a good start.

Have you read Dr B's guidelines?

http://www.lymediseaseresource.com/BurrGuide2008.pdf

support groups

http://www.lymenet.org/SupportGroups/

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