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Went to a urologist week 2 and he started a course of ciprofloxacin with out any tests, the symptoms had reduced but on last day of the 5 day course the symptoms relapsed. On week 5 Got tested Stds and was positive for mycoplasma hominis, the culture was resistant to tetracycline, pefloxacin, doxycycline, ofloxacin, clindamycin, minocycline, erythromycin, clarithromycin and josamycin. The doctor adviced a course of moxifloxacin for 7 days and assured me that it will clear up.
I had to take 4 different treatments of Metronidazole before switching doctors because the symptoms weren't changing. This new doctor tested me and said I had Mycoplasma and Ureaplasma and placed me on Metronidazole and I believe Azithromycin for a week with no success! The pain is started to move to my lower back and now I'm having 'spasm' like pains where it feels like someone is pinching my ovaries, acne, oily face, mood swings, fatigue...the list goes on.
The reason that the other poster could have been cured by cipro is that she may have had a Mycoplasma and it may have been sensitive to ciprofloxacin. But the standard treatment for bv is either metronidazole or Clindamycin. So you can try the cipro and see if it clears up but if it doesn't then if can take clindamycin I would then take probiotics after. Cipro can treat a lot of UTI's but not all. It depends on the bacteria that is causing the infection and how resistant it is.
I respect the opinions of the STD experts but I have some, I believe, legitimate concerns about the potential of Ureaplasma urealyticum and Mycoplasma hominis to cause symptoms and disease. I practice pediatric and adolescent GYN and reproductive endocrinology and appreciated about 9 years ago that patients were having various symptoms and signs which could not be explained by the usual microbiological testing (i.e., GC, Chlamydia and genital and anaerobic vaginal/cervical testing).
Could be Babesia which is like Malaria. Could also be a Mycoplasma infection.
(Detoxing of spirochetes or other pathogens and toxins) In the event of a pathogenic Mycoplasma infection or co-infection present in the body-extremely common with fibro-most invasive procedures such as injections may trigger an awakening and activation of these pathogens. To be certain you have to find a specialist in these infectious conditions for the specific testing and dx.
Hi John, well the reason that we are doubting desquamative vaginitis is bcos my ph levels and lactobacilli have returned to normal and yet the profuse ischarge continues. I did 2 months worth of cream, clindamycin an then clindamycin mixed with clobetasol, and within 3 days of stopping the cream, my symtoms were back to profuse. I also tried a short burst of oral steroids with no noticeable improvement.
Recently I switched doctors and went to a female gynocologist who diagnosed me with ureaplasma/mycoplasma. I was given doxycycline to take for 7 days and told that the symptoms would go away. However the symptoms have not gone away & I still have the daily discharge and the occasional sour odor. Most times there is no itching just the white discharge, however when the discharge turns yellow the odor is also present & then there is a slight itch. What can I do about this?
I had oral sex as well as unprotected sex with a girl I was seeing. We slept together for a few days and I definitely received enough oral to get an infection. What's your experience with it shaky? My doctor won't give me any antibiotics, I've run into a wall with getting treatment for this. They're sending me to a pain clinic, but it seems like it's an std or whatever, with my penis being discoloured. Have to say it's all been a bit of a nightmare and the doctors don't really listen.
chlamydia (both the STD and the lung infection, though they have nothing to do with each other) and mycoplasma pneumonia. I believe this type of antibiotics are named macrolid antibiotics (roughly translated from my language). Tetracyclin works against the mentioned infections and I don't think it causes prolonged QT. Your concern is real, but I would assume your doctor would have considered this. Anyway, ask him.
I was diagnosed with BV a year ago and prescribed antibiotics (Metro. and Clindamycin) and nothing has eradicated the infection. The doctors go back and forth treating me for BV (Metro. & Clindamycin & Yeast (difulian) but nothing helps. I asked my doctor exactly what the culture stated - she said no yeast and could not identify the bacterium. She said that I would just have to live with this.
Cipro, co-trimazole, Bactrim, Doxycycline, Gentamycin, and Clindamycin. I'm thinking Bactrim would be a good choice?
OK you are taking clindamycin (dalacin) and metrodinozole (neopenotran). They must think that you have either bacterial vaginosis or mycoplasma or ureaplasma. Did they do any testing? Is he taking meds? Your meds won't affect him.
metronidazole, 2000 mg orally as a single dose (4, 500mg tablets) (84% cure); clindamycin 2% vaginal cream, 1 applicator (5gm) intravaginal each day for 7 days (86% cure); metronidazole vaginal cream 0.
Finally an oral pain specialist said I'd probably been on the wrong antibiotics for the kind of infection I had and put me on clindamycin. In 2 weeks on it I was feeling MUCH better, and the infection felt dramatically reduced. He usually works with TMJ (which I don't have) and infections are not his specialty, so he said I should follow up with a doctor in internal medicine. I saw an internal medicine doctor.
My husband snuck me in a bag of chips and hour before I was discharged and the pain stopped in about 30 minutes. I was on biaxin for six months for mycoplasma pneumonia and strep in my blood along with clindamycin off and on. I had not ONE attack. Is there a correlation there? And, I read on this wonderful internet that if you have damage to your pancreas, your life is shortened, and you die. Is this true? I have had weight GAIN, not loss.
I'm also stopping the Alinia and Coartem in order to go back to Clindamycin for a while. I hadn't heard that muscle twitches could be from Babesia. I always thought those were either from Lyme or Bartonella. Magnesium always relieved my twitches somewhat. I thought my prior chest pain was from Babesia, but after reading your post, I'm going to read about histoplasmosis. My P.A. said she's concerned we're missing something in me.
Ok, so I am getting inpatient. I have Bartonella, Mycoplasma, Ehrilichia, and probably Lyme. I am one of those unlucky very sick, mulitple co-infected indivduals. I got ill in July of 2007 and saw multiple doctors and experimented with different treatments. Some things helped short-term, but nothing consistent. Most recently I have been on antibiotics. I have been taking them for about 3 months now.
Although, difulian or metro. does not help. I've heard about a bacteria infection called mycoplasma genitalium - does anyone have any informaton regarding this? I was tested for my STD's and they came back negative. But, I do not believe they checked me for this. During my last visit to the doctor, she told me I just had to live with this. I can't accept that - I've heard of other treatment such as boric acid. Where can I purchase that? and how much do you use?
Vaginal Flora - grade 3 ( FREQUENT gram cocci +, ABSENT bacilli Doderlein) 6. Chlamydia Trachomatis - Negative 7. Mycoplasma Hominis - Negative 8. Ureaplasma - Negative 9. Urine culture - Negative 10. Pap Smear - Class 1, NILM - in absence of endocervical cells metaplasic. 11. CRP - Negative 12. HIV - Negative Doctor said the analisys are good and they cannot cause pain, but still dont know. Can you tell me if thoose are really good? My vagina is very very dry.
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