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mamalicious
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LLMD is trying to get nervous system in control so I can resume treatment. I had to take a break because I was Herxing so bad when we added Mepron.
I really haven't felt much better off treatment.

Has anyone had a good experience with Lamictal decreasing neuro symptoms? Its next on my list to try.

Ive tried Neurontin and I don't notice a big difference but they want me to keep increasing it. I cant take at night as it makes me wake with hallucinations. I am still taking it in the day.

Zonegran caused really bad myalgia. I tried it 5 times.

Recently they had me try Miranol (medical THC). I had a crazy adverse reaction. I was writhing in bed, panic attack (i had never had before), sweating, hyperventilating, paranoid off the charts. Oh it was bad!

I am taking Ativan here and there but a really low dose when the central pain/anxiety feeling takes over. They want me to take 3 times a day...

I wish something would work. My LLMD acts like so many find relief from some magical cocktail of drugs. So far I haven't been so lucky.

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Tropics?

Drugs rarely bring relief of neuro symptoms. That is my opinion, for what it's worth.

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My LLMD has a category of all drugs that work across the brain on his sheet listed as Neurotropics/Psychotropics

Lymetoo-Well, that's been my experience but my LLMD clinic never acts like that is the case just that we haven't "found the right cocktail"

They also say that if you are having to "put you chin down and bear treatment" then they need to adjust your neurotropic meds. That the immune system can't recover with just antibiotics the symptoms must be controlled.

Do other LLMDs not share this same philosophy? I see one of the ones in "Under Our Skin" so they see a lot of Lyme...

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