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Stomach pain, infection. Taking doxycycline. Tested positive for lymes disease. Treatment?

please i got some questions i had a stomach infection that didnt go away until i was put on doxycycline they tested me for lyme disease i tested positive but since i got sick 4months ago i have these sharpe prickly pokein pains in my stomach back of my legs my arms throat and temple wen i took the antibiotics they helped out but didnt fully cure it and couple days ago i seen a local gastrotilogist he stated he thinks i never had lyme disease so im confusrd what could this be it affects my everyday life i just want to be normal again please comment back thank you i
Asked On : Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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Even I think u never suffered from lyme disease ...but anyway as per ur very short history u may besuffering from simple enteritis ....just a complete course of doxy nd tak a tab IBSCIM bid with a levosulphride combination ppi for 1 or 2 weeks this wil definitely help u ....
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