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Lindag’s Protocol

October 23, 2012 By: kajay Category: Best Practices, Linda (Lindag), Meds, Members' Best Practices, Tips

Bottom line up front

Internal: Clarithromycin, Doxycycline, Rifampin, Ciprofloxacin, Nattokinase, Interfase, Itraconazole*

Details

Lindag reports that her LLMD has reshaped her treatment plan as follows. As always, remember, this is NOT medical advice. Do not try to construct and implement your own medical plan. It is vital for your LIFE that you involve a knowledgeable medical doctor. These are drugs and many have dangerous potential side effects. Remember: you must decide to outlive the bastards.

In addition to seeking medical advice before taking any of these medications, I also suggest that if you have not already identified several support groups online, that you do so now. You do not have to participate in them all. However, if you join them you will receive their emails.

As for the groups, many states have Lyme Yahoo groups and there are several whose scopes are not limited by state of residence. Join all of them you can and figure out what each specializes in. The best way to do this is to read the documentation they provide when you join. If they provide none, then read the group’s home page message and recent posts, and look to see if the groups have files and links posted. If you want the most benefit from each group, doing a little homework before jumping in goes a long way toward opening that door.

  • Mycoplasma – Clarithromycin
  • Bartonella – Doxy & Rifampin start again, add in Cipro
  • Biofilm – Nattokinase and Interfase

Also

  • Itraconazole
  • Formerly on Diflucan–didn’t seem to do much, but it is supposed to attack Lyme.
  • She said to stop Bicillin for now.
  • Just finished 10 days of Metronidazole (Flagyl).
  • If things don’t improve she will add Ivermectin (I’ve been on before) for FL1953.

* Here is a little info on each of these. For more info, click the name.

Clarithromycin
Doxycycline Rifampin Ciprofloxacin Nattokinase Interfase
A macrolide antibiotic used to treat mycoplasma; pneumonia; bronchitis; ear, sinus, skin, and throat infections; Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC), and, with other meds,
H. Pylori.
A tetracycline antibiotic used to treat pneumonia and other respiratory tract infections; Lyme; acne and other skin infections; infections of the genital, skin, and urinary systems; and anthrax (inhalation exposure). An antimycobacterial antibiotic used to treat tuberculosis (with other meds); Neisseria meningitidis infections in nose or throat prior to the exhibition of symptoms and to prevent infection of others. A fluoroquinolones antibiotic used to treat or prevent anthrax (possible bioweapon); urinary tract infections; A serine proteinase from Bacillus subtilis, used to treat cardiovascular diseases and other diseases, including those where it is useful to reduce blood clotting. A specialized enzyme that disrupts the biofilm matrix embedding potential gastrointestinal pathogens.
Itraconazole Diflucan (Fluconazole)
Bicillin Metronidazole (Flagyl) Ivermectin
A triazole antifungal used to treat infections that start in the lungs and can spread through the body, as well as nail fungus; oral yeast; and fever-causing fungal infections. A triazole antifungal used to treat infections that start in the lungs and can spread through the body, as well as to treat or prevent yeast infections and to treat meningitis. A bactericidal antibiotic from the penicillin class with prolonged action, used for infectious and inflammatory diseases caused by microorganisms susceptible to the drug: syphilis, yaws, spotted disease, rheumatism, scarlet fever, wound infections, etc.  A nitroimidazole antibiotic used to eliminates bacteria and other microorganisms that cause infections of the reproductive system, gastrointestinal tract, skin, vagina  [to be added]

2 Comments to “Lindag’s Protocol”


  1. I just returned from visiting my LLMD yesterday. My primary Lyme-related symptoms were Twelfth Nerve Palsy and night sweats. When I first went to him several months ago, he examined me and prescribed a LOT of lab tests, including all the Lyme tests available at the time. I came up positive in only one strain. He said he saw no evidence of Babesia or Bartonella. I believe the chitinase shower I described in another post on this site eliminated the Babesia. I have never been sure if I had Bart or not. He said no. However, he said my Mycoplasma count was over a thousand–extremely high. I recently went off the Minocycline to try and control bodywide itching. I was off for a month and have been back on for 3 weeks as of yesterday (10/22/12).

    He said that since my night sweats and Twelfth Nerve Palsy are GONE, that I am tentatively clear of anything he associates directly with Lyme. He commented that I had no lesions and I noted that I have one that is healing, which I got one day after forgetting to use topical enzymes (Gordon’s) the night before.

    He also said that obviously the enzymes are thus helping with what he described as some “surface bacteria–not organic, only skin deep” (I hope/wish). He suggested that I use distilled water as chlorine interferes with the enzyme action. So that is exactly what I will do.

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  2. I _think_ only you can do that

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