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I'm so sorry your are still feeling sick. The recommended dose for Doxycycline is at least 400mg for no less than six weeks for an early infection.
Here is a explaination of dosing from the ILADS site:Dosage
Increasingly, clinicians recommend that certain drugs used for Lyme disease be given at higher daily doses: for example, 3,000–6,000 mg of amoxicillin, 300–400 mg doxycycline, and 500–600 mg of azithromycin. Some clinicians prescribe antibiotics using blood levels to guide higher doses. Close monitoring of complete blood counts and chemistries are also required with this approach.
Here is the URL. Please read it and get yourself educated about
this disease so you don't suffer years from now. www.ilads.org/lyme_disease/treatment_guidelines_clearing_ilads.html
You may also have a co-infection like Rose stated above. Severe mood swings and anxiety could be Bartonella. In the thread at the top of the Lyme forum page titled, "New To Lyme?....Start Here!", there is a listing of co-infections and their symptoms.
You may also want to find a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor. Most regular doctors do not know how to treat this disease, let alone read the Lyme test. Here is some information to help you find a good doctor:
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You will want to find an ILADS(International Lyme And Associated Diseases Society) doctor. The
ILADS site is a great place to read to get you started on your Lyme journey. www.ilads.org/
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