If you are infected with syphilis or Lyme disease would regular antibiotic treatment work?

Yes. Both syphilis and lyme disease are treatable and curable with antibiotics. In the case of syphilis, intravenous or intramuscular penicillin is used. For lyme disease, oral Doxycycline or intravenous Ceftriaxone are used.
Some antibiotics. I don't know what you mean by "regular antibiotic treatment." there are specific antibiotics used for each disease.

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I'm just wondering, if you are infected with syphilis and Lyme disease would regular antibiotic treatment work?

Maybe. It's not cleare what "regular antibiotic treatment" means. Both diseases are infectious in nature and will each respond to antibiuotic therapy. The medicvations used are commonplace antibiotics but the proper ones need to be selected based on the disease. Read more...

I was diagnosed with Lyme disease in june of 2012. I had an antibiotic treatment and now I've noticed arthritic symptoms. Can I still have the disease?

Lyme disease. It is possible that you are still infected or have been reinfected. Certainly, post=lyme joint-pain is not unknown. Even after the infection is controlled, there are sometimes sequallae that remain. You may need to see an infectious disease specialist, who is the expert in detecting and then treating some of the more difficult maladies. Read more...

Why is the topic of chronic Lyme disease so controversial and do all infectious disease doctors specialize in Lyme disease treatment?

See details. It is controversial in my opinion because there is not good evidence that it exists. So-called lyme specialists grossly over-diagnose the disease. Virtually every patient I have seen with this diagnosis turns out to have sometime other than lyme disease. All infectious disease specialists can diagnose and treat lyme disease. Read more...
Lyme disease. Is the great imitator. For some reason, some symptoms persist after the infection is gone. Read more...
See below. Most infectious disease docs follow the guidelines of the idsa ; are either unaware of or willfully ignore a large body of sound science that proves without question that lyme infection can persist after what they consider to be adequate treatment.See http://bit.Ly/1px4fnq ; http://bit.Ly/1ffxjxl ; http://www.Lymeinfo.Net/lymefiles.Html ; http://bit.Ly/qcegra ; http://bit.Ly/orugxl for details. Read more...