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Re: im going to ask psydoc for doxycycline and a pro b

Posted by SLS on March 26, 2018, at 11:49:02

In reply to Re: im going to ask psydoc for doxycycline and a pro b SLS, posted by beckett2 on March 25, 2018, at 20:39:37

> > > im going to ask psydoc for doxycycline and a pro biotic to protect my gut,
> > >
> > > bleauberry the time has come to put an end to this.... please tell me exactly what dosage i might respond to 50 mg minocycline was enough for me after the herx to be cured
> >
> > Jeroen, I think your approach is logical. Doxycycline is a good drug to treat Lyme and the inflammation that goes along with it. You might as well try it. My doctor had me take doxycycline for three months. I imagine Bleauberry would agree that this is the minimum amount of time to give doxycycline to work. It didn't help me at all to treat my bipolar depression. Minocycline did help - and it did so very quickly. I began to feel better within a few days. A friend of mine with depression experienced exactly the same course of improvement after being treatment resistant for many years. Minocycline has glutamate modulating activity. I have not seen similar reports with doxycycline. This might explain a rapid therapeutic effect for treating depression and schizophrenia.
> >
> > Why did you stop taking minocycline?
> >
> >
> > - Scott

> Scott, did you contract Lyme?

I'm pretty sure not. However, I haven't had a biological test for it. My doctor isn't a huge believer in their utility to diagnose Lyme. He prescribed for me a three-month course of doxycycline just in case I had it. He is currently on a speaking tour about the psychiatric syndromes that Lyme can manifest as. He's pretty good at recognizing and treating Lyme. At the moment, he is focusing on the ability of Lyme to produce suicidal and homicidal impulses.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5481283/


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