Oral antibiotics. The treatment for this is apparently oral antibiotics. For those >=12 and not pregnant, Doxycycline 100mg 2x/day is the first choice, while those <12 get amoxacillin 50mg/kg/day. Amoxaciliin 500 mg 3x/day is the second choice for adults. The 3rd and 4th choices for all ages are Cefuroxime axetil 500 mg 2x/day and Erythromycin 250 mg 4x/day respectively.
Oral antibiotics. Early lyme disease is treated with oral antibiotics there are a few good ones. Doxycycline, ceftin, (cefuroxime) are a few talk with ur dr usually treatments are for 3 to 6 weeks. Probiotics are helpful to protect stomach and boost immune system.
Antibiotics. Studies indicate that Azithromycin could be used but was less effective than Ampicillin or Amoxicillin (500 mg three times a day for three weeks). There are other alternatives, particularly if the patient is co-infected with babesia, or other tick-borne pathogens.
Read on. The treatment for lyme is either oral antibiotics like Doxycycline or Ceftin (cefuroxime) or IV antibiotics pending on what stage of lyme.
Antibioitics and... For early lyme disease antibiotics usually result in a total cure. For longstanding lyme disease antibiotics are the standard recommendation but are not always effective. Many with chronic lyme have co-infections like babesia & bartonella & it is essential to treat those as well. Often herbs, nutrients, homeopathy & other natural therapies are essential to successfully treat chronic lyme disease.
Lyme disease. Remove the tick & use antibiotics.
Antibiotics. Antibiotics are the treatment for lyme disease. Doxycycline is the drug of choice. It also covers coinfections that might occur with the same tick bite including bartonella, anaplasma, and ehrlichia and mycoplasma infections.
Oral, IV antibiotics. The treatment for this is apparently oral and IV (intravenous) antibiotics. For those >=12 and not pregnant, Doxycycline 100mg 2x/day is the first choice, while those <12 get amoxacillin 50mg/kg/day. This is done for skin as well as the later stages, like joint, heart, and nervous system involvement. Iv therapy is done for nervous and cardiac involvement and includes Ceftriaxone 2g/day.
Depends. Chronic lyme needs to be treated by at least two antibiotics. Other supportive treatments such as herbals, vitamins, and supplements are also useful.
Yes. Lyme disease is treated with antibiotics. The choice of antibiotics depends on the stage of disease.
Yes. Oral antibiotics for early disease and IV antibiotics if it is late disease.
What does one do if they got treatment for Lyme disease, but still getting same sympthoms and test now coming up negative? Test was wrong 2x last time
May be it is not. Lyme disease and something else discuss with your doctor or get a second opinion.
Lyme dz. These may not be Lyme symptoms. Check with doc. Alternatively, Lyme produces immune responses that linger, become chronic. Joints and other tissues can be affected. Requires careful interpretation by doc who sees you frequently.
I just started my treatment for Lyme disease w/an Nd, I'm on smilax, glutathione, cinnamon bark oil and on on guard gel caps. Over hydration? My HR ok
See details. None of the treatment makes sense to me. None is effective. What specific complications of Lyme are you intending to treat with that combination?
Not standard therapy. There is no scientific evidence for effectiveness of these treatments in Lyme. Erroneous diagnosis of Lyme is also common and well-documented. Be cautious about having symptoms wrongly blamed on Lyme, leaving the true cause undiscovered, and taking prolonged, unproven treatments for a potentially dangerous condition.
Lyme disease. There are several antibiotics that are highly effective in treating acute lyme disease. Effects on "chronic" lyme disease are less certain. It should be treated at least 2-3 wks and some recommend a month.
Depends. Acute lyme is treated differently than chronic lyme. Chronic lyme needs a minimum of two antibiotics as well as other supportive measures. Low dose Naltrexone is one such option.
Depends. Lyme disease is easily treatable once it is diagnosed, which is sometimes difficult given current testing. Early Lyme is treated with doxycycline for 14-21 days. Disseminated Lyme (meningitis, carditis, Bell's Palsy) is treated 21-28 days and Lyme arthritis, a single swollen joint, is treated 28 days. Later Lyme is either treated with doxycycline or, in more severe cases, IV ceftriaxone.