Lyme neuroborreliosis and chronic fatigue syndrome

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   Posted 3/5/2010 7:26 AM (GMT -6)   
I was treated with Chronic Lyme Neuroborreliosis for years. The symptoms were: pain in the limbs, numbness, nasal discharge, fatigue, lameness, depression, panic, headaches, sweating, trouble sleeping. The symptoms are similar to the Sclerosis Multiplex. There was many antibiotic (penicillins, macrolides) and alternative (silver colloide, hyperbar oxigen, rife maschine, DMSO) treatments tried for many years. This brought some improvement, but not definitive.

The next course of antibiotics cured it permanently:
Doxycycline 400 mg/day (2x200) for 30 days
after
Minocycline 400 mg/day (2x200) for 30 days
During the course beginning every two weeks for four consecutive days:
Metrondiazole 1000 mg/day (2x500) for 60 days
Residual symptoms may remain after antibiotic courses. Therefore, additional steroid treatment may be necessary.

Sorry for poor English.
rezsekz@gmail.hu fromHungary
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