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09/09/2012 06:36 AM

Pain/Numbness/Red Spots???

kslymee
kslymee  
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Hello,

Im new to the group, but have been following along for a few months.

I am currently taken Zithromax and Nystatin (to prevent intestinal yeast buildup) orally and have previously taken Ceftin & Diflucan..., recently added Samento, Banderol, Cumanda and Red Root to the mix, going slow with these as they result in pretty quick pain increases...

I have noticed that while I am taking treatments, that I am developing little red spots that one of my doctors said could be petechia and another says could be cherry angiomas. They are pin sized and are on my abdomen, legs and biceps, no where visible when fully clothed... Is this something that is common?

Secondly, my worst symptom right now is numbness, it is primarily focused in my lower right abdomen and just recently in my left shin/lower leg, this comes and goes along with pain, but wanted to see if anyone else was feeling this?

It is odd, as I continue to feel more of my pain symptoms go away, the numbness lingers and the red spots are increasing?

Let me know if you have any thoughts!

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09/09/2012 10:42 AM
doglick
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I ahve the same. I beleive it is common from what I read on others. For me it follows a 30 day cycle of suddenly worse followed by slowly getting better.

09/09/2012 12:36 PM
kslymee
kslymee  
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do you know what causes the red spots? Ive read some say Babesia, Ive read some say Bartonella...

09/09/2012 01:58 PM
doglick
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My doc seems to think it is Bartonella which I know I have. Don't know about babs. Was tested for it once but the blood test is useless unless it test positive. A negative answer is meaningless.

09/09/2012 02:56 PM
kslymee
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Isnt that always the case?
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