single, gay, living with Lyme, M.E. (myalgic encephalomyelitis) & Toxic Encephalopathy. Isn't life grand!
Hope you feel better soon, Lee Lee. Sending good wishes your way.
Thank you :) x
Hi lee lee, it's Alison. Sorry to hear your treatment isn't going as well as u had hoped but fingers crossed for u. Take care, thinking of uAli xox
Hi Lee Lee.....I'm so sorry you're having such a rough time. I started Diflucan this year in conjunction with clarithromycin, & I had a bad herx for around a month on the diflucan. Once it settled there have been no other side effects. Dr Whiting has me on the diflucan to treat some of my infections rather then as an antifungal. Antibiotics are the one thing that brought improvement to my M.E, where I am no longer bed-ridden. I hope you start to see a difference really soon. It would be wonderful if there was a light at the end of the tunnel for you. Take care, Leisa.
Hey LeeLee,I was on oral antibiotics for two years for my Lyme and I had a very slow recovery and even gained some new neurological symptoms. I started to see the big improvements after months of IV Ceftrioxine, Azithromycine, plaquenil, flagyl, (not all at once), and Fluconazol has been an important one that we have combined with all the above at a different time of day. But it really took 3 years of treatment before I started to see major improvements. Stick at it, it will happen. I also found, when I was ready and capable to do a little exercise (walking), this fitness really helped too. I'm back to the point where I am able to do small bits of work from home and I can walk my dog for 30 mins a day!!! I'm still far from normal, but no longer existing. I'm living! I'm still on treatment, but just oral antibiotics 8 days a month with fluconozal and natural oils for two weeks.It takes a lot of patience and it is a long road, but eventually you will see improvements. Hang in there and don't give up. xxxx