Amoxicillin vs metronidazole

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She is on the pill but has been on strong antibiotics 500mg (amoxicillin) for about 2 weeks. How safe do you think we are in regards to pregnancy?
doctor just told me yesterday that I still tested positive for an active Lyme infection AFTER having 4 weeks of oral Doxy, followed by 8 weeks of IV Rocephin, followed by my current regime of 3 grams of oral Amoxicillin! Her new recommendation is that I see one of the Lyme specialists. Wish I'd done that to start with, but I was trying to take advantage of the fact that I have health insurance.
Caught lyme in first trimester and only got diagnosed a month ago and have been on amoxicillin now since diagnosed and will be until the birth of baby. I am aware that I fall into all 'unfavourable ' outcomes in regards to pregnancy outcome but I feel I need some kind of hope to hold on to ! I know what the odds are and the case studies etc.. And I have prepared myself for a congenital lyme baby but am I completely doomed?
one of break open their slimy shields (aka biofilms or cysts) and another to kill the bacteria. Biaxin is the latter; the former for me was Flagyl (metronidazole). Trying to kill the bacteria without a cyst-buster is like trying to get the car into the garage without opening the door. The trigeminal neuralgia may be a passing effect -- it's nerve irritation, and with treatment may resolve. Did a doc tell you differently? Pain meds should take care of that until the cause is resolved.
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As I could no longer wait for the gastro appointements, I went online and bought broad spectrum antibiotic againts anaerobes, i.e. metronidazole. I found the optimum doze myself and took it for 10 days. It apperead that the smell was gone, but only for about a week and a half. I am now battling what seem to be a candida albicans as I am itching every day. Doh! You seem to cure one thing for a while, and get another thingy, pwah!...
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