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Re: One course of antibiotics raises depression risk

Posted by bleauberry on May 8, 2018, at 8:01:01

In reply to Re: One course of antibiotics raises depression risk bleauberry, posted by Phillipa on May 2, 2018, at 17:58:04

LLMDs give suspected lyme patients a trial of antibiotics to see what happens. It is a great diagnostic tool. More accurate than testing.

When a lyme patient takes an antibiotic, within 1 to 5 days they feel much better. Exactly like you described.

The anxiety involved is usually due to Bartonella not Borellia.

Bartonella has multiple sources - not just ticks.

FYI


> Been years since had to take an antibiotic. But when I do I feel l00% better the next day definitely not depressed never in my life has any antibiotic caused me to be depressed. I guess cause anxiety is my diagnosis and I stand by that. If I ever had lymes which doubt. It did not cause any depression in me. Phillipa


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