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Lyme disease and Toxoplasmosis
Posted by: Benh
Date: February 4, 2011 3:55 PM

I am a 51 hr. old male diagnosed with Chronic Lyme disease and Toxoplasmosis. I am seriously ill with ALS like symptoms. Unfortunately I have not been able to tolerate the harsh antibiotic therapy given by my Infectious Disease doctor. What potent natural antibiotics would you recommend for me to address these conditions. What other treatments would you consider?

Re: Lyme disease and Toxoplasmosis
Posted by: drron
Date: February 5, 2011 12:49 AM

First of all, I cannot recommend anything to you as you are not my patient and there is a solid medical/legal barrier preventing such advice. However, I can tell you I have had good success with intravenous hydrogen peroxide and Vitamin C, photoluminescent therapy and a Germany antibiotic, Roxithromycin and Diflucan. However, you have to travel to Germany for Roxithromycin.

Diflucan 200 milligrams a day, for 50 days.
Then 20-30 days Roxithromycin 300 mg. daily (Not available in the U.S.)

Again, I am not recommending this for you. You should consult your own doctor in such a matter and follow that person's advice.



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Re: Lyme disease and Toxoplasmosis
Posted by: Benh
Date: February 5, 2011 3:22 PM

I am intrigued by the hydrogen peroxide and vitamin C treatment. I have a PICC line and have done many home IV infusions. Is there a way to buy prepackaged hydrogen peroxide for infusion? Otherwise I know that mixing up your own bags can't be too difficult. What is the typical dilution? I am not sure what photo luminescent therapy is and does for me? Why is the Roxithromycin so much better than other US approved antibiotics in it's class? Of course I would consult and work closely with my personal physician in any treatment plan. He is very supportive but if you have any referrals of doctors within driving range of Cleveland Ohio, I would be interested. Travel is difficult for me.



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Re: Lyme disease and Toxoplasmosis
Posted by: drron
Date: February 5, 2011 4:59 PM

Having a PICC line is a great convenience but you should not, under any circumstances, try to concoct something and administer it yourself. Finding the right doctor is the key here. If you see no one listed around Cleveland on my site, go to www.acam.org. I am sure you can find someone there. I can't tell you "why" one antibiotic works better than another. that might be a question for a pharmaceutical scientist. I am a clinician. We are interested in the final result.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at February 5, 2011 5:00 PM by Dr. Kennedy.



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