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489867 tn?1209210894 Many and probably most mainstream docs, including those who treat infectious disease (which Lyme is), adhere to the position of the Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) that Lyme is rare, hard to get, and easy to cure with a few weeks of doxycycline, and never mind any co-infections that aren't cured by doxy, thank you and goodbye. This is the hardest part about Lyme, figuring out the split in the medical community.
Avatar n tn I know this drug is available in America because when I started on it I remember the doctor saying it was developed in America only 2 years previously. Let me know how you get on. I will be thinking of you. Suzanne .
Avatar f tn After visiting nearly half a dozen doctors and none of them knew what I had. Conclusion is that this is more nutrition and this is probably why doctors can't figure it out because they aren't nutritionists. And so I started experimenting with vitamins and health activities. Here's how I solved my chill problems. 1. 8-9 Hours of sleep at night. Sleep somewhat relates to my chills because I was often tired when it hits. 2. Well fed.
Avatar n tn I had an MRI done in the ER; the results of the MRI showed that I have osteoarthritis in my hips and moderated to severe lumbar spinal stenosis, mild spondylitis, pinched sciatica nerve and degenerative facet and sacroiliac joints. The ER doctor suggested I follow up with my rheumatologist. Now tell me why, would I go back to the doctor that would not listen to me when told him I was experiencing severe back and leg pains.
Avatar n tn I am 56 years old. My question to you is your history of back problems that now brings you to this point. My neurosurgeon said from my MRI results my surgery would require going in from the front and back and 3-4 month recovery. I continue to gain weight because on my inability to be more mobile and am wits end what to do next.
Avatar f tn Today I went for a lower back MRI and had a hard time holding still because of feeling crampy and cold. All of the docs say it is a coincidence that any of my problems started shortly after receiving the implant. I have sent blood in for the Melisa test, but wonder if a reaction will show being I was not able to refrain from using inhalers for five days. The implant has adhered to the bone and looks "perfect".
Avatar n tn where some of the problem might be. back into pain-mamagement, then my company travel centers of america, cut off all of my insurance and money, said i was as good as it gets. I was still inserve pain and on pain killers every 6-8 hours. I had my medical doctor take on my case even though he wasn't getting paid. Thank God for him he is still treating me 3 years latter. he provided me with pain med and a new therapist that really got movement into my neck.
Avatar f tn Are there any other cures/solutions? I can not bear the thought of having to endure this torture the rest of my life. Makes me want to cry!
Avatar m tn so to speak that I can tell of. It's been going on longer, but less noticeable, now since I do not talk sleeping meds any more, it's all that I can notice... Symptoms are strange sensations on my skin. The sensation is it feels like there are "invisible bugs" crawling on, and/or biting my skin. No actual bites, rashes, bugs, sores, or anything of the nature is ever visible. Occurs more at night, while laying down than any other time.