Although I cant remember if it was referenced here as a treatment. /gov/pubmed/15617845 "Minocycline, tinidazole and hydroxychloroquine are reportedly capable of destroying both the spirochaetal and cystic L-form of B. It's a very common drug used for those with rheumatoid arthritis people take it for many years. Something is messing with my eyes, no doubt about it. Minocycline treatment started combined with hydroxychloroquine sulfate and the patient discharged with overall improvement." I haven't but it's often prescribed - AKA Plaquenil. It freaks me out because of it's crazy long half -life - 32-50 DAYS (not hours) So, if you want to come off of it...you're waiting a long time for it to clear out of your system. Pct and hydroxychloroquine mechanism Chloroquine method of action lysosome Jul 25, 2012 Minocycline, Plaquenil, Worse Symptoms. to update all my fellow Lyme sufferers before it hits and I'm out cold for the rest of the day and night. I stopped the. Soigner la maladie de Lyme à son stade aigü ou chronique avec des antibiotiques. Que ce soit pour la phase secondaire ou la phase tertiaire de la Borréliose de Lyme, la première chose à faire serait de dépister systématiquement les éventuelles infections opportunistes co-infections et de les soigner. Ensuite, il faut penser à. Jul 05, 2010 Hi Chris, welcome to this forum. Of course it is hard to say what the cause is of the increase of symptoms. But I remember I was also feeling a bit worse in the first weeks after I had started taking clarithromycin and hydroxychloroquine. Ya rhuemeys love it because of it immunosuppressive qualitys ..mess up the eyes ...however some llmd say it inhibits the efflux pump of bugs to make it more succeptable to others abx ..what girlie said ..is 96 hr so a few day n ok but ya a month to clear the system?! Yes its used to reduce inflammation and make other abx's more effective. It can also mess with your eyes so you need to get them checked but I haven't run into anyone that's actually had eye problems from it. Thought that might be the case - hadn't seen it in any of his protocols that I find online. I recommend if you're going on Plaquenil to have a baseline test done. It can also mess with your eyes so you need to get them checked but I haven't run into anyone that's actually had eye problems from it. It's a very common drug used for those with rheumatoid arthritis people take it for many years. I think it tests our Peripheral vision - and you may not notice a change so don't wait for that to happen I failed Visual Contrast Sensitivity as can be expected after mold exposure. Minocycline plaquenil lyme Minocycline + Plaquenil + Tinidazole Good article on this., Les antibiotiques un traitement vraiment efficace contre Lyme What is plaquenil used for in lymeMechanism of action of hydroxychloroquine in rheumatoid arthritisCost plaquenil thru prime therapeuticsPlaquenil labsChloroquine other drugs in same class The benefits of Plaquenil are not clear. Rather than having an anti-cyst effect, it promotes cyst formation. Many antibiotics used for Lyme also have mild effects against Bartonella as well. In patients with neurocognitive deficits, Lyme and Bart are generally both a factor. Bartonella/brain Herxes can be extremely severe. LymeMD Lyme 2010 A brief update. Clarithromycin and hydroxychloroquine Plaquenil - LymeNet.. Compare Biaxin vs Minocycline - Comprehensive Analysis by Treato. Jul 06, 2012 Minocin is a doxycycline type medicine that is used to treat lyme and is one of the first medications used in most peoples treatment. I have never been on doxy, but this is my 3rd time on Minocycline known as minocin. We just started the Minocin and Plaquenil two days ago and I have been on the Omnicef and IV Clindamycin for atleast a few months. Jun 25, 2018 Minocycline is an antibiotic in the tetracycline family. It’s been used for more than 30 years to combat a wide range of infections. More recently, researchers have demonstrated its anti. I’ve been on minocycline for 2 1/2 years now for PM/DM. CPK down from the 3,000’s to 1,361. My Anti-Jo-1 is up to 0.2 in the low normal range. That seems good. I’m happy on my treatments with AP but my new Rheumy wants me to go on plaquenil and get off the antibiotics. He says that plaquenil is the choice since I’m diabetic.