It's been a while since I have posted. I am doing really well and wanted to share my experience for Mycoplasma and how I am doing with it.
I think of Chronic Lyme as layers. First I treated for Babesia and Lyme, then Bart and Lyme and though still on treatments for these I am happy to report that I am much better (normal emotions, cognition, no Bart numbness or pains), but now experiencing Mycoplasma- which I think will be my most challenging- (if that is possible to say).
I am pretty sure that I grew up with partially treated Lyme and suffered chronic immune impairment with recurring colds, sinusitis, bronchitis- which always responded to Biazin or Azityhromycin.
In 2003 I self diagnosed myself with Lyme (pos Western Blosts) and chronic Mycoplasma. I became miraculously immune competent treating myself with Samento, which I took for 4 years. Until being bit in 2007.
Now I have been on treatment for one year- and only symptoms remaining are fatigue and Mycoplasma (recurring chest infections). It is frustrating to be facing this again but I am determined to rid myself of the recurring infections.
I have improved using Azithromycin and Doxycycline. I was told that these 2 should be used together for chronic Mycoplasma. It is working so far-- but am looking for other protocols. I am determined to get beyond this.........?Lymecycline ?Cipro
I recently had all of my amalgams removed (which improved my dental pain and cognitive/emotional symptoms). Now I am thinking of doing a biofilm protocol.
I am planning to see Dr J (SC) before taking my PICC line out......any way any of you with similar problems? Success with chronic Mycoplasma?
Grew up with Lyme? TB aged 12 so did 2 yrs antibiotics as a kid. Weak immune system lifelong until self diagnosed Lyme 2003. Treated successfully with Cowden herbs until rebit 2007. Babs, Bart and Lyme treatments- currently using IV Claforan, IM Bicillin, oral Azithromycin, and pulsed Flagy, with herbs, acpuncture, homeopathics and amalgam removal.