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How to Pulse Antibiotics For Lyme.

Pulse Antibiotics for Lyme

At times, I pulse antibiotics in my Lyme treatments. This means I start and stop the antibiotics at regular intervals with periods on antibiotics followed by periods off. The purpose is to beat Lyme persister cells, decrease biofilms, decrease Lyme cysts, decrease drug toxicity, and limit intestinal yeast. Persister Cells

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When & How to Treat Chronic Viruses: A Brief Guide.

Viruses in Lyme Disease Treatment

In chronic Lyme and associated diseases there are a variety of infectious agents that may be responsible for symptoms. For some to recover requires treating Lyme, other infections transmitted by a tick like bartonella, babesia, ehrlichia, and anaplasma, parasites, yeast, and chronic viral infections. In this video and written article …

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Kills Babesia: A Brief Guide.

Babesia treatment in Lyme disease treatment

In my experience recovering from babesia, one of the Lyme disease co-infections, requires combination herbal or prescription antibiotics, steps to boost the immune system, and supplements to decrease inflammation caused by chemicals called cytokines. Boost the Immune System and Decrease Inflammation It is critical for babesia recovery to take steps …

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Kills Bartonella: A Brief Guide.

Antibiotics for Bartonella in a Lyme disease treatment

In my experience recovering from bartonella, one of the Lyme disease co-infections, requires combination herbal or prescription antibiotics, steps to boost the immune system, and supplements to decrease inflammation caused by chemicals called cytokines. Boost the Immune System and Decrease Inflammation It is critical for bartonella recovery to take steps …

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On Hydrogen Peroxide, Ozone, and High Dose Vitamin C.

Oxidation Medicine in Lyme Disease Treatment

I am not a supporter of oxidative medicine treatments in Lyme disease and the coinfections. Oxidative medicines include hydrogen peroxide, ozone, and high dose vitamin C. I do not find they are that helpful, and I am very concerned about damage that can occur when these treatments are done repeatedly. …

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Kills Yeast: A Brief Guide.

Yeast in Lyme disease treatment

Too many yeast in the intestines (yeast overgrowth) is a common problem that occurs in those with chronic Lyme disease either during treatment or prior to beginning treatment. Antibiotics used to treat Lyme can lead to too many yeast. Immune suppression prior to starting antibiotics can also cause yeast overgrowth. …

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Are Antibiotics Safe? Generally, Yes.

Safety First Signpost Indicates Prevention Preparedness and Security

Treating Lyme is about weighing benefits and risk. For many treatment requires the use of herbal or prescription antibiotics. In spite of the general viewpoint, antibiotics are generally safe. I advise my patients the risks of antibiotics are actually quite low compared to the health and life risk of not …

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Kills Parasites: A Brief Guide.

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Intestinal parasites are a problem for some with chronic Lyme disease. In this Lyme Byte recorded during Conversations with Marty Ross MD on 11/19/04 Dr. Ross discusses when and how to treat parasites. Recommended Treatments Alinia 500mg 1 pill 2 times a day for 3 weeks, or Biltricide 600mg 1 pill …

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A Lyme Disease Antibiotic Guide.

BORRELIA BURGDORFERI BACTERIA

Treating borrelia, the Lyme germ, with antibiotics is complicated. There is limited research showing which treatment regimens work best. So many Lyme Literate Medical Doctors (including me) prescribe antibiotics based on a theory and our collective observation that combinations of antimicrobials work better than single agents alone. What follows is …

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Otoba Bark Extract and Cat’s Claw Tinctures

Four Dropper Bottles

In chronic Lyme disease Otoba Bark Extract and Cat’s Claw kill the various forms of borrelia (the Lyme germ), decrease and eliminate biofilms, treat dormant Lyme germs that are unresponsive to prescriptive antibiotics, and prevent Lyme disease relapse. Marty Ross MD on Otoba Bark Extract and Cat’s Claw I am …

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C. Difficile Diarrhea: Prevention &Treatment.

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C. Difficile is a common cause of diarrhea caused by being on antibiotics. Here are the steps you can take to treat and prevent this condition. Overview Overgrowth of C. difficile bacteria in the intestines can be a cause of ongoing watery diarrhea with or without crampy abdominal pain. It is caused …

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