When I take a antibiotic now I get a panic attack or adrenilan rush

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therearemiracles
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   Posted 6/2/2010 11:34 AM (GMT -7)   
I was on major antiobiotics for 6 months straight, one being a inter muscular shot once a week of Bicillin, then a daily dose of Zithromax, adding in Flagy (didn't work out) then trying Tindimax.
 
My last shot of Bicillin, last because I refuse to do it anymore, sent me in a panic attack. I was driving my car about 20 mins after having the shot and it just came over me, my heart was pounding out of my chest, I was shaking uncontrollably, I called the doctor right away as I was driving. I thought I was going to have to pull over and have someone take me to the hospital. I was in a panic. My doc said it was a "adrenilan rush" from the medication. Needless to say, I didn't take that anymore! I already have 15 weeks of it.
 
Then I tried Tindimax, oral, second night in, I wake up nervous as heck! My left arm start to tingle and go numb, I start to panic and breathy really fast and heavy, thought I was going to have to go to the hospital.
 
Can your body tell you no more antibiotics? I haven't been on them in three weeks. I'm doing natural products, like Klaire Labs to confuse the biofilms in the gut and undcylex which is 30 x's stronger than caprilyc acid for yeast and bacterial problems. I'm managing. I have UC (ulcertive colitis) gut and colon issues are my main problem besides fatigue.
 
I go back to my LLMD on Monday, he's SO EXPENSIVE!  Each visit is $160 bucks, I still owe him $220.00 . I just want to be retested by Igenix for phenoumia bacteria I have and Lyme's band, see if I'm any better. I feel 80% of my problem is yeast overgrowth in gut and colon.
Any suggestions or comments, please.
Very mild left sided (could have fooled me with the "mild")  Ulceritive colitis. Confirmed Lymes Disease on 12/8/09 , I  Started and stopped LDN ON 1/25/09 to mid May no improvements. Tried Asacol, Pentesa, Colozol, Sulfasulsadine Lialda and Apriso, they made me worse or no improvement at all. A range of antibiotics (for 10 days here and there), not much better. Longest run was on Zithromax and Bicillin shots a almost 3 months, that stopped my nights sweats.But I stopped them for two weeks and my night sweats came back.


Ovaltien
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   Posted 6/2/2010 4:46 PM (GMT -7)   
Zmax and Flagyll should have taken care of the nightsweats. You may want to have your doctor test you for babesia microti. If you were dealing with a basic case of Lyme with no coinfections the nightsweats would have been one of the first things to go and they wouldn't come back. If it is the babesia a couple of weeks of Mepron will cure you.

therearemiracles
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   Posted 6/3/2010 6:36 AM (GMT -7)   
No more night sweats, which is great!
Very mild left sided (could have fooled me with the "mild")  Ulceritive colitis. Confirmed Lymes Disease on 12/8/09 , I  Started and stopped LDN ON 1/25/09 to mid May no improvements. Tried Asacol, Pentesa, Colozol, Sulfasulsadine Lialda and Apriso, they made me worse or no improvement at all. A range of antibiotics (for 10 days here and there), not much better. Longest run was on Zithromax and Bicillin shots a almost 3 months, that stopped my nights sweats.But I stopped them for two weeks and my night sweats came back.


Traveler
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   Posted 6/3/2010 8:25 AM (GMT -7)   
Have you tried Kefir for your gut & colon issues? Even the commercial product (I make my own) has many strains of beneficial bacteria.

Here is some info on Kefir, from the site Kefir.net (link at the bottom of post)

Both kefir and yogurt are cultured milk products...

...but they contain different types of beneficial bacteria. Yogurt contains transient beneficial bacteria that keep the digestive system clean and provide food for the friendly bacteria that reside there. But kefir can actually colonize the intestinal tract, a feat that yogurt cannot match.

Kefir contains several major strains of friendly bacteria not commonly found in yogurt, Lactobacillus Caucasus, Leuconostoc, Acetobacter species, and Streptococcus species.

It also contains beneficial yeasts, such as Saccharomyces kefir and Torula kefir, which dominate, control and eliminate destructive pathogenic yeasts in the body. They do so by penetrating the mucosal lining where unhealthy yeast and bacteria reside, forming a virtual SWAT team that housecleans and strengthens the intestines. Hence, the body becomes more efficient in resisting such pathogens as E. coli and intestinal parasites.

Kefir's active yeast and bacteria provide more nutritive value than yogurt by helping digest the foods that you eat and by keeping the colon environment clean and healthy.

Because the curd size of kefir is smaller than yogurt, it is also easier to digest, which makes it a particularly excellent, nutritious food for babies, the elderly and people experiencing chronic fatigue and digestive disorders.

http://www.kefir.net/index.htm[url]
It's been said:LD patients can be as ill as people w/ congest. heart failure & in as much pain as post-op patients.


IH8Ticks
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   Posted 6/3/2010 8:53 AM (GMT -7)   
I'm not sure if it's the same thing that you're experiencing, but I've had panic attacks as part of my herxing from antibiotics. These are always accompanied by other symptoms such as lightheadedness, nausea, numbness, etc. I've been told that the other symptoms are a result of the panic attacks, but the other symptoms start first. The panic attacks usually come later.

It's very rare for me to have herxes this bad. I haven't had any that severe in at least six months. I'm on oral abx only. I've never tried IV abx. In theory, IV abx should work faster because it goes directly into your bloodstream.
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