savagek wrote:I was diagnosed with MS, and recently diagnosed as having Lyme disease (positive western blot).
Is anyone being treated with antibiotics, IV or oral treatments for Lyme and/or MS?
I am in my 4th year of antibiotics and have gone from a cane/walker to regaining much of my former life.
And also if you are being treated with antibiotics, which doctor do you have - Neurologist, Lyme Doctor, General Practitioner?
My neurologist "fired" me for non-compliance - I stopped taking Avonex after 77 weeks because it did not help me. Now my Family Practice doctor prescribes for me - and is astonished at my progress.
Also, is your treatment covered by your Insurance?
Except for co-pay, yes.
Please let me know and thanks for your help,
Diagnosed 'probable MS' in August 2005, on Wheldon antibiotic protocol since 06 October 2005. Hopping, skipping and jumping just fine, thank you!
Die-off can be just as bad as an MS incident, so you have to limit die-off to what's manageable for you. Low-key, continuous kill is better than a high rate of kill that sets you back for an extended period of time.
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