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Topic: What abx does not cause sun sensitivity?
Member # 10189
I see the LLMD on Monday and need to talk to him about how sun sensitive I am on the Doxy. I cannot be outside for more than 10 minutes before I burn.
I even burn through the car windows. So for that reason, I want to go off it. I have to be outside because I have 12 horses to take care of and I live at a high altitude.
I know I have neuro Lyme so I need something that crosses the blood brain barrier. What is good for that and doesn't cause the sun thing?
Thanks in advance!
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Posts: 185 | From Colorado | Registered: Sep 2006
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Member # 6631
I have had no sun effects from Minocycline, I love the sun and lay out frequently in the summer.
Mino is in the same family as doxy, and it works on lyme and most co-infections. Plus it lasts in your system longer then doxy.
Doxy lasts a few days while Mino lasts 7 - 8 days. So I take mine at the beginning of the week and have a few bad days, so by the end of the week or by the weekend I feel pretty good.
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Posts: 986 | From Michigan | Registered: Dec 2004
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