Thanks for the input. I agree the best route for Rocephin is IV, but I think you are underselling it's ability to help. From all the research I read Rocephin has helped plenty of lyme patients. The difference between Rocephin and Bicillin as pointed out by Dr. F was that Rocephin is effective against both gram positive and gram negative bacteria, while bicillin is only effective against one.
Personally, I saw more improvement in a week's worth of ceftin (rocephin ABX family) then all 5 weeks of bicillin. I can also say that for the last 3 days the diflucan has been kicking my butt. Dr. F had most of his information in print and offered to make copies for me. He also had patient improvement charts written in the patient's handwriting. Also, your theory that we all are dealing with much more then Lyme is the cornerstone of Dr. F's treatment. I'm not defending him as the "end all be all" of LLMD, just pointing out some of the things I experienced with him.
I agree with you that Lyme is not a one size fits all, but saying one way is wrong and another is right is contradicting that statement.
PS - There is NO WAY I could keep track of all that stuff if I had to take it. I don't know how you do it. I take 1/20th of the stuff you take and have trouble remembering it day to day.
Thanks again for the info!