Lyme Disease Antibiotic Treatments

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If you've had Lyme Disease for a while, you learn very quickly that our best resouce is eachother. It's like being on the front line in a war. Who better but us to say what does and does not work.
Members have rated Lyme Disease Antibiotic Treatments as Very Helpful, Helpful or Not Helpful. View below to see what your fellow travelers have to say. You can also click on View Graph to see all member reviews tallied together. If you haven't contributed and would like to, just click on Update Profile on Your Private Profile Pages and fill in the questionnaire. Or join now by clicking here. Also view: Lyme Disease Treatment Protocols Reviews and Lyme Disease Alternative Therapy Reviews.
Member Photo Member Name Antibiotic Treatments
dreamlv
Marlboro, NY
US
Doxycycline:
Helpful

AshleyMichelle
Toms River, NJ
US
Amoxicillin:
Helpful
Doxycycline:
Helpful

Moto Lymie
Orlando, FL
US
Doxycycline:
Helpful
Tetracycline:
Not Helpful
Azithromycin:
Not Helpful
Flagyl:
Not Helpful
Tindamax:
Not Helpful

303jess
commerce city, CO
US
IV Ceftriaxone:
Very Helpful
Azithromycin:
Helpful

FireFly
Chandler, AZ
US
Doxycycline:
Very Helpful
Flagyl:
Very Helpful
Valtrex:
Helpful

purpleyogamat
Phoenix, AZ
US
Doxycycline:
Very Helpful
Azithromycin:
Helpful
Levaquin:
Very Helpful

TCUCRNA
Geismar, LA
US
IV Ceftriaxone:
Helpful
IM Penicillin:
Very Helpful
Valtrex:
Helpful

LymeLyre
Manassas Park, VA
US
IV Ceftriaxone:
Very Helpful
Amoxicillin:
Not Helpful
Doxycycline:
Helpful
Erythromycin:
Not Helpful
Azithromycin:
Not Helpful
Clarithromycin:
Not Helpful
Flagyl:
Not Helpful
Levaquin:
Not Helpful
Valtrex:
Not Helpful

lymebrain
Leesburg, VA
US
IV Ceftriaxone:
Helpful
Amoxicillin:
Helpful
Doxycycline:
Helpful
Erythromycin:
Helpful
Azithromycin:
Helpful
Flagyl:
Helpful
Levaquin:
Helpful

suz9601
Independence, MO
US
Amoxicillin:
Not Helpful
Doxycycline:
Not Helpful
Tetracycline:
Not Helpful