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Aniek
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Can people share stories of what worked for them in treating mycoplasma and how long it took?

My doctor is looking at a combination of oral abx, oral supplements and IV supplements including IV herbs (MTE) and homeopathic medication (HEEL). I can't find any information on the IV herbs and IV homeopathic treatments.

Thanks.

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karenl
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Heel has a webpage like heelusa.com. You also can
call them. If you have the name of the remedy I look it up for you.

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Aniek
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Thanks, I don't know the exact treatment. If I tell the doctor I want to go through with it, then the doctor will work out a personalized treatment. So I have very little to go on.

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Im taking levaquin now and my IGM level is now negative. Im taking very small amounts due to mcs and herxing hard.

I am starting to get some tendon pain now when I extend myself.

So I best take it easy, but yes I think its working.

Biaxin never got my levels down.

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Biaxin and doxy combo started working for me after about two months. I took these separately before, but the combination really feels like it's making some good improvements.
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hey Aniek,

Same doctor put me on Mycoplasma Series Therapy by Deseret Biologics. Look them up. They have a great article about Mycoplasma.

I haven't use MTE for mycoplasma but I used it for 4 weekly treatments for babesia and following that, I got my one and only negative babesia test.

I wish I had kept them up but she is 3 1/2 hrs from me, so even now I just really hesitate to mention it again. 7 hr trip every week is so hard. I never was a good long distance driver.

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wtl
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There currently is an article on Public Health Alert about Mycoplasma. Fascinating read.

www.publichealthalert.com

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wtl,

I could not find the article. Can you help?

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wtl
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Sorry, it is:

www.publichealthalert.org

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kam
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Thanks wtl...printing it out now and planning on sending it to my workmen's comp attny.

When I first came down sick, I had a primary doc suggest mycoplasma but she would not do the follow up needed to get approval from the insurance company.

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