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What should I start feeling to know Gamunex-c is working on me?

Posted 11 Feb 2017 by Bonnied911 0 answers

I had my 2nd dosage of 2- bottles of Gamunex-C yesterday. (40 grams total) I am currently going once per month for the infusion. My doctor wants to increase me to 3-5 consecutive days per month. I have CIDP and Chronic Lyme disease.

Lyme Disease - Neurologic - I am getting treatment of antibiotics IV my standing up is harder to do?

Posted 23 Jan 2016 by ninbus69 0 answers

... as my knees shake and have trouble with my weight i am only 94kg and memory is getting worse also. i am in pain and just want help from the doctors in Australia bur they say i have lymes but won't treat it. i feel like I should just go on the freeway at top speed and slam into the bridge ...

Hey Guys great website how does one wean off risperdal 2mg's & switch over to Neudexta ?

Posted 27 Sep 2013 by roberto250 1 answer

the risperdal is 1mg in AM followed by 1 mg. in PM. Have been on risperdal for 8 years. I have chronic Lyme which produces inappropriate laughing. Also is neudexta a serotonin & dopamine antagonist like risperdal ? Thanks

Where do I find funding to pay for my dads medicine? he need rocephin.

Posted 18 Aug 2011 by kendra g 2 answers

please god help me. I love my dad

Actigall to prevent gall stones - is it really necessary?

Posted 21 Oct 2010 by missem 1 answer

I've been prescribed 600mg/day Actigall to prevent gallstones while I'm being treated with 2gm/day... Rocephin IV. I feel so much worse since the Actigall has been added. Is this drug necessary?

Lyme Disease -- Neurologic - if having seizures what has helped?

Posted 11 Nov 2009 by bardn 2 answers

Has any treatment stopped the seizures from reoccuring

Lyme Disease -- Neurologic - Can anyone recommend safe and efficacious IV antibiotic TX for?

Posted 13 Aug 2009 by clsres 1 answer

... neurological lyme symptoms, e.g., "brain fog"

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