Friday, July 25, 2008

Stiking out in Germantown

A patient has had Lyme for 20 years. She has tried everthing both conventional and alternative. I got more aggressive. IV Rocephin 3 months: no response. We will not give up. I am stubborn. She is positive for CPN. We will treat with the Stratton protocol. We will retreat Babesia. We will look for HHV6 and consider Lamictal. Actually she is getting a little better. Shes started going out and taking dance lessons. There are very difficult patients. Some are easy. For some reason I like the challenge of the tough ones. If I keep trying everything believing that somewhere a break through will occur. I welcome input from patients who have improved from what seemed like hopeless Lyme. I learn from patients experiences. Thanks.

3 comments:

Pumpkin said...

Greetings to you!

A patient showed me this blog and I find it quite interesting. Sounds like you are getting to be quite Lyme literate.

Thank you for taking time to do so.

Pumpkin

Pumpkin said...

Greetings to you!

A patient showed me this blog and I find it quite interesting. Sounds like you are getting to be quite Lyme literate.

Thank you for taking time to do so.

Pumpkin

Lyme report: Montgomery County, MD said...

OK you are correct. I was talking about you. Our stategy: Hit Babesia: Hit CPN: Hit Bartonella: Increase oxygen levels: Add supplements: Try antiviral medicines: Keep work at it until we find the right answer. Every patient is different.