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Paul Mall
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Not sure if anyone posted this yet

but here is one for the archives


http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/04/110411163811.htm?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+sciencedaily+ScienceDaily%3A+Latest+Science+News

keep it mind this only applies if your treating acne

Paul

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Let's see they use Doxy/ Mino 100mg a day for acne for teenagers for years on end and Doxy 100mg per day for life for Rosacia.....BUT they won't use anything long term for lyme !!!
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And both are superficial problems. (acne and roseacia)

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I wouldn't say superficial... severe acne can be debilitating physically and mentally.

But yes, it is very hypocritical that you can get some doxy for acne but if you have Lyme disease for more than 30 days you're out of luck.

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I use Doxy 150mg per day for about 10 days or so then about 10 days off for cronic lyme. Works ok as best I can tell. I was using 100mg but can't get'em anymore. I've been doing this for years with out problems.
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Paul Mall
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can't get 100? thats weird that is the most common form

im doing 400 a day

no pulsing

Paul

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