ME/CFS: A disease at war with itself
We can all agree that ME/CFS is a nasty disease, particularly in its severe form, but there are abundant nasty diseases in the world. What is unique and particularly confounding about our disease is that so much controversy surrounds it, and not only surrounds it, but invades it too.
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Beaver gets Lymed. (Trimethoprim, Plaquenil?)

Discussion in 'Lyme Disease and Co-Infections' started by beaverfury, Apr 1, 2013.

  1. Ema

    Ema Senior Member

    Midwest USA
    I think more people should consider Ivermectin too. It seems to hit more than just worms.
  2. roxie60

    roxie60 Senior Member

    Central Illinois, USA
    Scary. I have been on septra gor 11 weeks and llmd wants me to continue for another 12 weeks. This info seems a bit dated. How are we suppose to make good decisions when there sre stories like this. How can our drs know about all these drug issues. I thoyght I would have trubs with sulfa drugs due to some genetic polymorphisms.

    in addition starting Minocycline for 12 weeks.
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2014
  3. RustyJ

    RustyJ Contaminated Cell Line 'RustyJ'

    Noosaville, Aust
    @roxie60 One approach might be to just be mindful of harmful side-effects. At first sign drop them. After 11 weeks without probs, you should be fine to continue, I would expect.

    I can't add much to the debate about the merits or effectiveness of each protocol. What I do know is that the sulfa part of Bactrim has been shown to be ineffectual in some studies, so fall back position might be to switch to trimethoprin by itself.

    My prescribing lymie switched me onto another protocol right away, so that is another option, if side-effects occur.
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