19 Burst results for "Doxycycline"

"doxycycline" Discussed on Patient Zero

Patient Zero

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on Patient Zero

"<hes>. Let's start with symptoms. What were they. I was completely exhausted could barely keep my eyes open. My legs felt like lead weights walking up the stairs was really hard and <hes> and i had a rash ovallis circular ish rash just just reddish reddish. Yeah sleep okay <hes>. I wanted to sleep all the time yeah. How long two weeks of that before i finally finally went to a clinic okay. What kind of clinic was it convenient m._d. I wanna say one of those minute clinic kind of thing yeah and they said lime disease right off the bat. Yeah <hes> got tested once work later. Yeah i got a call and i was told that i had lime disease was told that i had lime disease and that they were going to put me on doxycycline so so you go back doc in yet and what they tell you they have different doctor. This time i go back into the clinic. This is not me going to my primary. Care person and i'm told that i might never have had lime to begin with at the same clinic. They said the same clinic and i was told that the doctor who was on before was a quote lime doctor. You're voting like that's a bad thing to be doctor. It wasn't explicitly stated to me that way but it was a it was a younger younger refresh vase doctor who seeming the next time and she kind of just short rolled her eyes. What does it feel like ooh. I felt i felt i don't know if unsafe is the word just sort of offended. I was frustrated needed. I'd never seen a doctor imply mistrust in another doctor before this whole experience made me feel crazy and like i'm a hypochondriac berkshire question myself alive. My name is taylor crumby for those of us lucky enough to grow up healthy. The procedures in western medicine can be oddly reassuring lab coats clipboards that role of crinkly paper on the exam room table all part.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on Outside/In

Outside/In

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on Outside/In

"Hello my dear outside in listeners. We've had some time off. Thank you for your patience but now we are back with a series that we're really really proud of. If it launches today and it's called patient zero not only will we be releasing seven. Yes seven episodes but also for folks who have donated to outside in order for two n._h._p._r._c. We're going to be releasing like five hundred twenty seven. We're not really set on the number but at least five bonus bonus episodes as well. The first season is about this is taylor by the way who's hosting the podcast. <hes> the first season is about lyme disease which is a really confusing subject and if you live somewhere where you are at risk of getting it. It's kind of scary too. I can guarantee you that if you listen to this whole podcast and the bonus episodes you will be much less confused used you might even be equipped to talk about this disease and the controversy that surrounds it in an informed way at a barbecue where you really want to dive into. Something kind of weird probably probably won't be your choice. It'll be that weird. Uncle yeah brought it up yeah all right. That's about it enjoyed the episode. Let's start with symptoms. What were they. I was completely exhausted could barely is open. My legs felt like like lead weights walking up. The stairs was really hard. <hes> and i had a rash ovallis circular ish rash just just reddish reddish sleep okay <hes>. I wanted to sleep all the time yeah how long two weeks of that before i finally went to a clinic. What kind of clinic was convenient m._d._a. M._d._a. I wanna say okay so one of those minute clinic you'll kind of thing yeah and they said lime disease right off the bat. Yeah <hes> <music> got tested work few days later. I got a call and i was told that i had lime disease. I was told that i had lime disease and that they were gonna put me on doxycycline so so you go back in you and what did they tell you. They have a different doctor. This time i go back into the clinic this this is not me going to my primary care persson and i'm told that i might never have had lime to begin with at the same clinic. This clinic and i was told that the doctor who was on before was a quote lime doctor your your air quoting like that's a bad thing to be alive dr yeah it wasn't explicitly explicitly stated to me that way but it was a it was a younger very fresh-faced doctor who seeming the next time she kind of just short of rolled her eyes is what have i feel like. I felt i felt i don't know if unsafe is the word and <music> just sort of offended. I was frustrated <music>. I'd never seen a doctor imply mistrust in another doctor before this whole experience made me feel crazy unless i'm a hypochondriac berkshire questioned.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. Audie cornish. High drug prices are a favourite topic among politicians from all parties prescription drug prices are out of control so much. The high cost prescription drugs is a huge problem. Thanks necessary to drive down the cost of drugs and a new lawsuit alleges prices of generic drugs are higher than they should be because of an industry-wide conspiracy to fix prices NPR's, Selena Simmons Duffin is here to explain they'll come to the studio. Thank you. What does this lawsuit say, it's a whopper? More than forty states are suing twenty companies the suit is over five hundred pages long. It was filed on Friday in the US district court in Connecticut, and that state's attorney general William Tong held a press conference today and gave a little personal anecdote. I have a little rose Atia. And so I take doxycycline which a lot of people take every day, and I take one pill every day. Doc cycling sixty minutes reported that over a one or two year period boxes cycling shot up eight thousand percent. So the suit says this type of price jump was coordinated across competing manufacturers. Sometimes one company would decide to raise prices on a particular drug, and then the other companies would follow suit and other times one company was allowed to take a certain share of the market. So the suit alleges this type of thing has been happening for years and that companies would avoid creating evidence by making agreements on Gulf outings or girls night out or sending text messages to what evidence do they have then. Well, the suit describes several cooperating witnesses that were involved in the price-fixing. And then there are text message exchanges and phone call logs. So as an example from previous filing nice Staten, which is an antifungal tube of medication. It's been around since one thousand nine hundred fifty four and there were three main drugmakers, and then the lawsuit alleges that executives began calling each other in two thousand thirteen and twenty. Fourteen. And so a tube of nice Dutton was available in twenty eleven for nine dollars and fifteen cents and in two thousand fourteen it cost one hundred and three dollars an eighty eight cents. Have consumers been seeing these price jumps at the pharmacy. It kind of depends if you don't have insurance, you're definitely gonna see the price chump because you're paying everything but Stacey do set Zena. Who's a professor at Vanderbilt who studies drug pricing says that even with insurance people can feel the impact more people than ever before are paying based on the price of the drugs. So that means that they're paying a deductible where they pay full price until they reach a certain level of spending or they pay a percentage of the drugs price, we call that a co insurance. But even if you only pay a co pay like five dollars for every prescription if your insurance company is paying more for prescription drugs. They're gonna pass those costs on with higher premiums. So she says that what this lawsuit alleges is really disappointing that consumers put up with. A high price of branded drugs because of the promise that a generic is coming and it's going to bring the price down. But that doesn't happen automatically relies on competition and market forces. And she says if there's only one generic drug maker can put the price at pretty much the same as the brand name, and you really need more companies in the market to see those prices go down, what do drugmaker say about all this the main one in the suit is Teva, which is an Israeli company. Teva spokesperson sent me a statement that they're reviewing the allegations internally and that the company quote has not engaged in any conduct that would lead to civil or criminal liability. The company has also said basically, there's nothing new here. It's true that this is similar to pass lawsuits. Although this is very thorough in Connecticut. Attorney general William Tong has emphasized the investigation is ongoing and given the amount of political appetite. There is to bring prices down. There are more lawsuits to come. That's NPR's, Selena Simmons Duffin. Thanks for your reporting. Thank you for. Generations, the CIA use discretion when recruiting staff there was word of mouth a tap on the shoulder. A message given through a friend of a friend now under director Gina hassle. The CIA is trying to hire a very public way. Here's NPR national security correspondent, Greg Mary. A comic book superhero convention in Washington called awesome con-. It doesn't matter which way you turn your certain to see middle aged men in Batman, costumes. Not exactly the place you'd expect a CIA discussion on recruiting foreign spies and yet. So what we came up with his this game. CIA staff is story in Randy Briquet wearing khakis and a polo shirt with the CIA logo leads the talk. He hands out copies of the famous letter Albert Einstein wrote to president Franklin Roosevelt in nineteen thirty nine warning about German efforts to develop an atomic bomb. Einstein was already in the US. But in this game. The twist is to pretend he still in Nazi Germany and figure out how to recruit him without getting him arrested or killed a convention ear dressed as the joker offers this assessment clearly stable individual forward thinking he has a reputation. It's going to be difficult to get in and out of Germany. It's just one quirky example of the agency's new outreach to a broader base of potential recruits. The CIA says it.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"How because I'm telling you we've only met like two or three times now. But like, I would have never known that you had rose Asia or any problems your skin is glow wing Hannie. I can tell you how I solved. Yeah. Please do. Well, yeah. It took a village to solve. Yeah. But I was in the work. You hated yourself. I was texting three very renowned dermatologists. You went to the profession Highland to the pros. And again, I said this before I'm not above. Injectables or lasers or anything? Like that. I love them. They've done a lot for me. I got EPL started getting EPL at very young age because Marazion. I love lasers. Yeah. I love bright, clear, and brilliant. I love all of that shit. How many clear brilliance have you done? I did. You should try. But I did laser way laser was full KARN artists. He I don't know only ever gotten a death through. I do think if you are going to get any laser stuff done really do your research and pay for it. Yes. Do not do not run. Now, like laser hair removal has come to a point where she could you do a group home that problem? But when it comes to also like anything injectable anything lasers your face really research on on. No, not grope on filler. Honey. No J. Don't do it. It's bad. Yeah. I also have. I have why melas MMA upper lip. So like, that's why do clear brilliance and things like that. They really helped me. Yeah. Anyway. So I was literally like I will eat the fucking eat my finger or my face to be better. I really don't care. I was like you want me to drink the blood of like, I don't know. Virgin bat. Yeah. I will do it sent great. Yeah. I don't care. It's funny. How like morals get so tossed aside when you just wanted something, I totally hear you. So I really didn't give shit. Like, y'all spend all of the money. I will rip my whole face off. I don't care just like something fix this. So no one could figure out what it was because the acne patterning wasn't like hormonal. It wasn't cystic. It wasn't didn't have like Whitehead's. It was really just like read small pit like Penn point acne that I was getting and it will come in flares. So. I had. I mean, I did everything from going on cycles of doxycycline, which I was not a fan of to eliminating literally everything off of my things. So during out what it was that triggered it. Right. So at one point the only products, I was using on my face. I was using a completely literally like the most light soap on the planet. And then I was using Vanna Crame, which is has nothing on active at all. Yeah. It's what dermatologist used to put mix compounds with. And sunscreen, and that was it. Yeah. And then from there it was mostly than me tracking. What I was eating and my moods. I'm whatever else. So by doing all this other shit. I realized that. My face when I was starting at these breakouts. Feel very hot and sticky and usually like caused by stress so a lot of needing to calm the fuck down. And then I realized I started getting breakouts. When I moved in with my boyfriend, and then I was like what products are you using? What is the what launder deter what's going on here? So then I changed literally like every single cleaning product. Now that we use in our house is completely hypoallergenic and like natural the only thing that's not natural that I'm that. I am fine. With is like windex understand we use ammonia free windex and all that shit. So I think that also helps and then I got prescribed a sofa wash. Okay. Which I love and that changed the game for me softwash, really commonly prescribed people that have resigned acne. And I love it. It you need to get it. From your dermatologists. Unfortunately, it's fucking amazing..

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"doxycycline" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on Science for the People

"Yes. So we'll balk is an end just in beyond of insects in and some nemo toads or maybe arthropods more more generally than some number totes. And it's, it's really been studied for numerous reasons like it's it's fascinating for multiple reasons. One reason is that it can manipulate hosts sex so it can cause a feminization where males turn into females. It can cause male killing where kills it can cause personnel Genesis, where you can get virgin, females, having offspring an- Anna can also cause this phenotype called side of plasma incompatibility, and all these traits encouraged transmission of the end of Symbian. And then it's also been discovered that will balk is really important to filarial nematodes so we can now treat filarial diseases with doxycycline. 'cause we kill the end of Symbian and that kilson Damato dd, and these are some really important neglected tropical diseases. And then lastly, will maybe not last week because there are other reasons why hockey are interesting, but. A lot of you may have heard about it in the news because of efforts to Aratu Kate viruses like donkey chicken Gunja in Sika, where will balk you can be put into mosquitoes in those mosquitoes are less likely to be affected by the viruses and you can use it as a ratification tool. And so we'll talk has been studied for those reasons and it turns out that will block. You also seems to give its DNA to its house. And so that's what we've predominantly focused on, and it seems to be unlike a lot of other industry by ons. It seems to be fairly unique in being able to do this so extensively, and you mentioned it's an industry by aunts lives inside. These other organisms isn't a bacteria. It's bacteria. It's a, it's a gram negative bacteria. It's fairly small and it has a fairly small too. You know, it's not that small considering it's an innocent. My aunt is sometimes really small genomes, but it does have a smaller genome than like, for instance, a free living organism. Okay. So you did look and you actually found that insects basically have bits of wool Balki bacteria just hanging out inside their genome? Yes, exactly. Just like hanging there, what? What did those in? We'll be an understatement because they're actually really large pieces in some cases. So we've now shown that in that drew SAFA. There's essentially whole chromosomes that are their whole bacterial chromosomes inside of an insect chromosome and multiple copies of the jeans. And and with what you just asked, what do they do? We're not sure that they do anything in enamel toes in insects. There's not a lot of evidence yet that they have any function. So, but you also mentioned that one of the challenges of transferring to like animal DNA transferring bacterial genes to animal DNA is that they can kick that whole thing out like they can. They can defend themselves. So why do they allow these bits to get in if they can defend themselves? So, yeah, I don't know. So you know, in evolutionary biology things happen and there's no reason there may be a mechanism by which it happens, but not necessarily a mechanism explains why something still is present today. There's kind of a. I don't know if it's a theory or hypothesis that if DNA is not essential and there's large repeats that it should recombine they lost. And what I don't hurriedly understand is for instance, intra soft lawn Nazia where we don't yet have any evidence that these lateral gene transfers are functional there on a chromosome that's largely not functional, and you have these large repeats why they don't recombine and get lost. So recombination as a process by which you can actually remove things from the genome. If you have two homologous sequences and nothing is essential between the small sequences that doesn't seem to be happening. Now, it might be that it's because the chromosomes header chromatic in. So there's less recombination when chromosomes hunter a chromatic, but why does it get in so extensively or get duplicate. Once it gets in and why is it?.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"The ER vet on pet like radio. Thanks for joining us today. We're gonna be talking about Lyme disease. First of all if you learn one thing from today's ER bet episode, it is pronounced lime disease not lime disease. It's actually named after old Lyme, Connecticut. And there's only one town called old line this actually discovered in the mid nineteen seventies. And what actually happened was at a medical doctor notice that children were coming down with sub clinical arthritis. Well, several years later dogs were diagnosed with the same thing in this area of Connecticut. And that's when it was diagnosed that a grand negative spider. Keep which is a spiral looking 'Bacterial like organism called Barral Lia Bergdorf ri- was causing Lyme disease. Now, if you live in one of these states, Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, Minnesota. New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin, you must pay attention. Why? Because over ninety percent of the human Lyme disease cases, come from these states. Same thing for dogs. Now veterinarians have been diagnosing Lyme disease for decades. And unfortunately, this was dramatically underdiagnosed in human medicine. What are you going to be talking about is what clinical signs you need to be aware of when it comes to Lyme disease in dogs burgers to talk about how exposed dogs are whether or not you need to be worried as a pet owner what you can do to prevent it. And then we're gonna talk about some of the rare rare side effects that we can see with lime disease. Now, I'm going to briefly mentioned cats for all you owners out there. I do actually have my cat. I'm fleeing tip preventative because she goes outside supervise and catch rarely get ticks on them because they're such bested ius groomers. In other words, are grooming. All the time. Most of the time ticks don't have a chance of attaching on that said, if your cat spends a lot of time outside they definitely need fleeing take medication to because there are some deadly taken factions that cats can get, but let's focus more on dogs versus what exactly is lime disease. What does this is a really frustrating infection because it actually hides in a dog or human's body. Really? Well, it obeys that means system. Some of the clinical signs that I see in dogs include a shifting leg. Lameness? In other words, your dog is limping in the left front, and then it's limping in the back right leg in. It's walking. Like, it's almost walking on eggshells. It's walking really gingerly when you see that you want to get to the emergency room right away because we want to treat your dog because a it's really painful, but be your dock and have a really high fever. So we want to make sure that we're diagnosing and treating lime disease right away. We can also see joint swelling fever plate. Atlit abnormalities and really rarely if it's not treated it can actually result in sub clinical or chronic arthritis in severe cases, it can actually cause protein loss through the kidneys. Something called protein losing the frapp or what we abbreviate as PLN. It's also called lime nephritis and unfortunately, this can result in fatal kidney failure. I see this more commonly in golden retrievers and labradors. And so for all your golden retriever labrador owners out there. We want to make sure that were preventing lime disease in dogs. Now, I am going to warn you. If your dog is exposed to texts that means you are exposed to text to if you're walking with your dog, and you see a tick on your dog or you see an attached tick on your dog. There is a chance at tech can fall off in bed and climb onto you. So we always want to be careful about Lyme disease in a appropriate prevention because we don't want you to get it either the important thing. Realize lime disease is the disease is different between dogs and humans ninety percent of dogs that are exposed to Borelli a- never actually go on to develop lime disease which is good. And fortunately, the opposite is true in humans ninety percent of humans are estimated to get lime disease as soon as they're exposed to rally. So what does this mean, this means that in some of the states mentioned before and I practice as a veterinarian and a lot of these states like Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Minnesota when we see a dog test positive for lime disease. It doesn't necessarily mean that your dog needs to get antibiotics now ain't gonna step back and say one of the most common blood tests that we do at all that clinics is something called a forty x snap test. And this test that test for four different types of diseases that are transmitted now. Three of them are transmitted by techs and one of them is transmitted by mosquitoes. Oh, and so a lot of that's will actually use this task because they're trying to test your dog for heart disease and for lime disease. They wanna make sure your dog is heart worm negative before they start him on a hardware medication now in some of these ten to thirteen states where we see the majority of Lyme disease. I would say that about seventy up to ninety percent of dogs oftentimes will test positive for lime disease. It doesn't mean that they have an active infection at that time. But if your dog is showing clinical signs image your dog definitely needs to be treated with the antibiotic doxycycline they'll get treatment in just a few minutes. So how do you know, whether or not your dog needs to be treated if your dog test positive for line, if you live in one of those ten to thirteen states that has a really high prevalence of Lyme disease working to base the decision to treat your dog as a veterinarian onto things. One is your dog symptomatic and two does your dog have protein in a urine. Which means we need to do. It's a really quick urine. Tests a urine dipstick to look for the presence of protein in the urine if your dog is showing symptoms and or if your dog has protein in the urine, you're Dom definitely needs to be treated with antibiotics to be on the safe side. Now, the antibiotic doxycycline is pretty safe that said, it does have a few rare side effects, and I see a pet owners and veterinary professionals giving doxycycline LeBron's way now for you humans out there if you've ever had to take doxycycline near pharmacists will often talk about some of the side effects first of all doxycycline can cause really bad heartburn. So you wanna be careful and make sure ideally take it with a small amount of food. The second important thing to know is doxycycline is inactivated by dairy products. Which means you cannot give it with cheese or ice cream to your dog. The third thing to know is we never want the pill of doxycycline to get stuck in the SAFA guess because if you've ever tried to swallow a pill and you don't smoke. Follow it all the way into your stomach with doxycycline that can actually cause severe esophageal strictures or SAFA Java. So it can actually be really dangerous. This is one of the reasons why when I tell dog or cat owners to give doxycycline that they ideally give the dose in the morning, they give it with a small Meatball or some kind of pill pocket, and then they feed their pet right after in that way, if your dog eats it pushes the pill directly into the summit. This is one of the reasons why I never give doxycycline before you go to bed, and the reason why is the last thing I want is for the pill to be stuck in the south. And now your dog is lying on its side getting heartburn for hours. So my daily dose it in the morning, ideally, dose it with a small Meatball. And then make sure to feed them afterwards. If you can't beat them right after I will always send owners home with a syringe oral dosing syringe. They can a couple of teaspoons of water to flush that pill out of the mouth into the south and into the stomach the last. Effect that you need to know about doxycycline is in humans war in our Bino dogs like white boxers.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To ER vet. I'm Pat like radio, thanks for joining us today. We're gonna be talking about Lyme disease. First of all if you learn one thing from today's ER bet episode it is pronounced lime disease. Not of lyme's disease is actually named after old Lyme, Connecticut. And there's only one town called old line. This was actually discovered in the mid nineteen seventies. And what actually happened was that a medical doctor notice that children are coming down with sub clinical arthritis. Well, several years later dogs were diagnosed with the same thing in this area of Connecticut. And that's when it was diagnosed that a gram negative spider. Keep which is a spiral looking 'Bacterial like organism called Barral Lia Bergdorf ri- was causing Lyme disease. Now, if you live in one of these states, Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, Minnesota. New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin, you must pay attention. Why? Because over ninety percent of the human Lyme disease cases, come from these states. Same thing for dogs. Now vetinarians have been diagnosing Lyme disease for decades. And unfortunately, this was dramatically underdiagnosed in human medicine. What are you going to be talking about is what clinical size you need to be aware of when it comes to Lyme disease in dogs. They're gonna talk about how exposed dogs are whether or not you need to be worried as a pet owner what you can do to prevent it. And then we're gonna talk about some of the rare rare side effects that we can see with lime disease. Now, I'm going to briefly mentioned cats all you cat owners out there. I do actually have my cat. I'm flea and tick preventative because she goes outside supervise and catch rarely get ticks on them because they're such bested groomers. In other words, are grooming. All the time. Most the time ticks don't have a chance of attaching on that said, if your cat spends a lot of time outside they definitely need fleeing take medication to because there are some deadly tick infections at cats can get but let's focus more on dogs. First of all what exactly is lime disease disease is a really frustrating infection because it actually hides in a dog or human's body. Really? Well, it evades that means system some of the clinical signs that I see in dogs include a shifting leg. Lameness? In other words, your dog is limping in the left front, and then it's limping in the back right leg in. It's walking. Like, it's almost walking on eggshells. It's walking really gingerly when you see that you want to get to the emergency room right away because we want to treat your dog because a it's really painful, but be your docking to have a really high fever. So we wanna make sure that we're diagnosing and treating lime disease right away. We can also see joint swelling fever plate. Atlit abnormalities and really rarely if it's not treated it can actually result in sub clinical or chronic arthritis in severe cases, it can actually cause protein loss through the kidneys. Something called protein losing the frapp eighty or what we abbreviate as PLN. It's also called lime nephritis and unfortunately, this can result in fatal kidney failure. I see this more commonly in golden retrievers and labradors. And so for all your golden retriever labrador owners out there. We want to make sure that we're preventing lime disease in dogs. Now, I am going to warn you. If your dog is exposed to tex- that means you are exposed to text to if you're walking with your dog, and you see a tick on your dog or you see an attached tick on your dog. There is a chance at tick can fall off in bed and climb onto you. So we always want to be careful about Lyme disease in a procreate prevention because we don't want you to get it either the important thing. Realized with Lyme disease is the disease is different between dogs and humans ninety percent of dogs that are exposed to Borelli a- never actually go on to develop lime disease which is good. Unfortunately, the opposite is true in humans ninety percent of humans are estimated to get lime disease as soon as they are exposed to Borelli up. So what does this mean, this means that in some of the states I mentioned before and I practices of that Narine and alive these states like Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Minnesota when we see a dog test positive for lime disease. It doesn't necessarily mean that your dog needs to get antibiotics now I'm going to step back and say one of the most common blood tests that we do at all that Nari clinics is something called a forty x snap test. And this is a test that test for four different types of diseases that are transmitted now. Three of them are transmitted by ticks and one of them is transmitted by mosquitoes. Oh, and so a lot of vets will actually use this test because they're trying to test your dog for heart disease and for lime disease. They wanna make sure your dog is heart negative before. They start him on a heart medication now in some of these ten to thirteen states where we see the majority of Lyme disease. I would say that about seventy up to ninety percent of dogs oftentimes will test positive for lime disease. It doesn't mean that they haven't active infection at that time. But if your dog is showing clinical signs, it means your dog definitely needs to be treated with the antibiotic doxycycline they'll get to treatment in just a few minutes. So how do you know, whether or not your dog needs to be treated if your dog test positive for line, if you live in one of those ten to thirteen states that has a really high prevalence of Lyme disease working to base, the decision a treat your dog as a veterinarian on two things. One is your symptomatic. And to does your dog have protein in a urine. Which means we need to do. A really quick urine test a urine dipstick to look for the presence of protein in the urine if your dog is showing symptoms and or if your dog has protein in the urine, you're definitely needs to be treated with the antibiotic to be on the safe side. Now, the antibody doxycycline it's pretty safe that said, it does have a few rare side effects, and I see that a pet owners and veterinary professionals giving doxycycline abroad way now for you humans out there. If you've ever had to take doxycycline near pharmacists will often talk about some of the side effects first of all doxycycline can cause really bad heartburn. So you wanna be careful and make sure to ideally take it with a small amount of food. The second important thing to know is doxycycline is inactivated by dairy products. Which means you cannot give it with cheese or ice cream to your dog. The third thing to know is we never want the pill of doxycycline to get stuck in the SAFA guess because if you've ever tried to swallow a pill, and you don't. Swallow, it all the way into your stomach doxycycline that can actually cause severe esophageal strictures or SAFA Jada. So it can actually be really dangerous. This is one of the reasons why when I tell dog or cat owners to give doxycycline that they ideally give the dose in the morning, they give it with a small Meatball or some kind of pill packet, and then they feed their pet right after in that way, if your dog eats it pushes the pill directly into the stomach. This is one of the reasons why I never give doxycycline before you go to bed, and the reason why is the last thing I want is for the pill to be stuck in the SAFA guests in now your dog is lying on its side getting heartburn for hours. So ideally dose it in the morning. Ideally, dose it with a smile Meatball. And then make sure to feed him afterwards. If you can't feed them right after I will always send owners home with a syringe oral dosing syringe. So they can give them a couple of teaspoons of water to flush that pill out in the mouth into the south and into the stomach the last. Effect that you need to know about doxycycline is in humans war in our Bino dogs like white boxers with.

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Thyroid medication recalled after failed inspection at Chinese manufacturer

Dr. Daliah

01:23 min | 2 years ago

Thyroid medication recalled after failed inspection at Chinese manufacturer

"I guess the FDA has now had to recall thyroid eight. Tablets that were made by Chinese firm he was announced the recall of Westminster pharmaceutical. Tablets gives you the risk of adulteration, he said in an August ninth, statement the FDA said that Levi firearms sin and Lyle fiber. Nin fifteen milligrams thirty milligrams sixty ninety one hundred twenty milligram. Tablets are being recalled as precautionary measures some leave off the, rocks and doesn't come. In those doses the life, thyroid does but the Leyva Farrukh said I don't have the doses if it's the fifty microgram or the seventy five microgram So the agency. Said they were manufactured using active pharmaceutical, ingredients that were sourced prior to, the FDA's import alert regarding that a Chinese firm made the. Products a two thousand seventeen inspection of China's one friendly pharmaceutical. Company drugs discovered deficiencies and could represent the possibility of risk, being introduced into the. Manufacturing process was Mr. pharmaceutical, Senate has received any reports of adverse incidents related to the products which is good But the FDA of course stake of cautions

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"doxycycline" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You get lime disease where your dog starting treatment with doxycycline dogs cycling doxycycline the usually go into remission treatment is much more complex dogs dogs are cycling dogs are bicycle put him, on two wheels asset dogs a cycling doxycycline they usually go. Into, remission treatment is much more complex with people. The bad news is that lime, is no longer a seasonal disease It used to be the winter was relatively quiet time for tick disease the problem is that's, not true anymore at all. And that's a really important. Thing to talk about there, is some resistance to using Madison's people is, there the, people doing this story there. On dateline yeah but what do. You think hurts. The dogs more, with their lime disease what, affects more, global warming or. Straws stuff Abed's global warming. Because that now the ticks around all. Year right and you'd be usually a to put a strong them Suck suck that kick right off that. Dog. Don't like the expense people now you don't have enough So Draws a tough. One Now how you gonna pull that tick Don't like the expense people don't think, that it's necessary in the colder. Months which I think is. Really untrue the? Magic numbers forty degrees what is the is it the ticks where if you turn them clockwise, or counterclockwise to get off your dog You know about that You're from Colorado. You'd probably had right But. I, don't know what. You're talking about see probably has tics. She doesn't know. Anything about turning ticks Okay Knows a lot about ticks me told me so. Much Girls go at it small Temperatures forty degrees or higher for just a few hours wide awake and looking for meal kicks off dogs in February. And thanks to global warming There it is Winner booms to thanks, to global warming the ticks and now the size. Of garbage cans thanks. To global warming it's no longer a regional disease either used to be kind of a. Northeast midwest phenomenon but when you look at, the latest maps it's all over the country almost no. State without light we see quite a bit on in California. And Florida Great if you go. To a straight dope dot com.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Get to treatment in just a few minutes so how, do you know whether or not your dog needs to be. Treated if your dog test positive for line if you live in one of those ten to thirteen states that has a really high prevalence of Lyme disease working base the. Decision to treat your dog as a veterinarian onto things one is your dog symptomatic. And, to does your dog have protein in, the urine which means we need to do A really quick urine test your lipstick to look for the presence of protein in the, urine if your dog. Is showing symptoms and or if your dog has protein in the urine you're definitely needs to be treated with the antibiotic to be on the safe, side now the antibiotic doxycycline it's pretty safe. That said it does have a few rare side effects and I, see a ladder pet owners and veterinary. Professionals giving doxycycline the wrong way now for you humans out there. If you've ever had to take doxycycline near, pharmacists will often talk about some of the side effects first of all. Doxycycline can cause really bad heartburn so you wanna. Be careful and make sure to ideally take it with a small amount of? Food the second important thing to know, is ducks the cycling is inactivated by dairy products which means you cannot give it with cheese or cream to your dog, the third thing know is we never want the pill of. Doxycycline to get stuck in the SAPA guess because if you've ever tried to swallow, a pill and you don't smoke Follow it all the way into your stomach we talk cycling that can actually cause severe. Osama Joel, strictures or SAFA Jada so it can actually be really dangerous this is one of the reasons. Why when I tell dog or cat owners to give doxycycline that they give the dose, in the morning they give it with a small Meatball or some kind of pill. Pocket, and then they, feed their right. After in that way if your dog eats it pushes, the pill directly into the summit this is one of the reasons why I never. Give doxycycline before you go to, bed and the reason why is the last thing I want is for the pill to be stuck. In the SAFA, guests in now your dog is. Lying on its side getting heartburn for hours so my daily dose it in the morning ideally dose. It with a small Meatball and then make sure to feed them afterwards if you, can't beat them right after I will always send owners home with the. Syringe oral dosing syringe they can give them a couple of teaspoons of water to flush that pill out of the mouth into the SAPA guests and into the stomach the last Side effect that you need to know, about doxycycline is in humans war in, our Bino dogs like white boxers with pink. Noses they can get really sunburn from this so you wanna stay out of the sun with doxycycline all. Right let's take a short break and we'll continue right after these announcements from our sponsors on how we're going to treat and further diagnosed disease. In dogs We'd like to thank, our sponsor for this episode Rover dot com..

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Lyme Disease isn’t the Only Tick-Borne Illness to Think About

Mayo Clinic Health Minute

10:32 min | 2 years ago

Lyme Disease isn’t the Only Tick-Borne Illness to Think About

"In the sun with your family. You grab the sunscreen because you know a sun protection factor or SPF of thirty is going to protect your exposed skin from getting sunburned. But Dr Don Davis. A mayo clinic dermatologist says, most people don't know that skin covered by clothing still can get sunburned. She says, natural clothing without sun protective factors. We'll have an SPF of approximately one to four based on how tight the we've is and how breathable the material is. So it actually does not give you that much some protection, but she says there are special types of clothing that will protect you. The clothing industry has now allowed micro fibers into certain clothes, which then have a UP f. or universal protection factor that's equivalent to the SPF of sunscreen. She says, universal. -tection factor is even calculated the same way SPF is it's the ratio of the number of minutes. You spend outdoors without developing redness to the skin with the clothing on verses without the clothing on. So Dr Davis says, if you can spend fifty minutes outdoors with a piece of clothing before developing mild readiness versus ten minutes without you would have a protective factor of fifty over ten, which is a UP f of five. So the next time you're shopping for clothes, check the tag to see if it lists the items, universal protection factor, and here's some news about some research mayo clinic is doing to help stop a cancer associated with sun exposure melanoma. The most deadly type of skin cancer mayo clinic center for individualized medicine is learning about melanoma at the molecular level to allow for treatment that better targets and individuals disease. That's because not all melanomas are the same every year about ninety thousand people are diagnosed with melanoma. And more than nine thousand people die from the disease in the United States. According to the American Cancer Society, the incidents has been rising for the past thirty years, especially among young people. Mayo researchers are working to find better treatments for the mayo clinic news network. I'm Vivian Williams. Welcome back to Mayo Clinic Radio. I'm Dr Tom shy, and I'm Tracy McCray. Well, Tracy, it's tick season, and it's time actually to learn how to stop those suckers according to a new report from the centers for disease control and prevention. Illnesses caused by disease infected ticks mosquitos and fleas have tripled in the US in recent years, lime disease is the most common illness carried by ticks, but it's not the only one. There's an applause, Moses Ehrlich news what and even Rocky Mountain, spotted fever to just name a few. We'll get to the pronunciation of that in just a second must be lik Yosef here to discuss, tick, borne illnesses and how to prevent them and how to pronounce them as mayo clinic microbiologist and parasite expert, Dr. Bobby Pritt, welcome back to the program, Dr it. Thank you. It's great to be here. The doctor sites has that right. He did Arlecchino SIS. Alright. Why in the world? Is there a tripling in the amount of diseases from these suckers. As doctor says, we have more of them that ticks are spreading their spreading their ranges, and that's due to a lot of different factors. Some of it has to do with weather, some of it has to do with human behavior. A lot of it has to do with hosts like all those dear and wrote cetera out there. They are perfect reservoirs for the ticks defeat on. Over the winter. Now they survive over the winter. They can hang out under the leaves, and then come out as soon as the snow melts is lime disease stole the most common tick illness. It is in the country and particularly in the upper midwest and the northeast, some three hundred thousand cases year more than that. But for a couple of generations ago, no, I'd never heard of Lyme disease. Is it because it had not been diagnosed yet or because there wasn't a Lyme disease. At that point, there was some disease, so it had been diagnosed by then, but there wasn't a lot of it. There weren't as many forested areas where our dear used to like to hang out. We used to be more of a farming society. There used to be wider areas that were just open fields for crops. Now we have all these nice wooded areas that the deer just love the rodents just love that's perfect habitat for ticks. And we love to go out into those beautiful green spaces and and our behavior off. Also drives this. We want to go out and go for a hike in the woods, and we should. It's just now we have to be aware that those ticks and the mosquitoes and the fleas are out there and we have to be able to protect ourselves, shall we get from the tick that bit the deer? Yes. Well, actually it's usually the mouse that it gets it from. So the tick is born not infected with Lyme disease, but then when it bites its first mouse or small rodent, it becomes infected. And then in order to change into its next life cycle stage, it needs to take another meal. And that could be from us. What what dear after do you know the deer are actually more of just a blood source there, a food source, the ticks like defeat on dear, but dare themselves actually don't get infected with Lyme disease, the mice. We blame the deer also part of life cycle though for some of the other things like Anna plasmapheresis in our lick Llosa's when it comes to ticks, is that what the problem is or what are, what are other diseases that ticks spread? Well, as you mentioned, Rocky Mountain, spotted fever, Anna plasma, SIS, there's busy. Oh, SIS Bradley, amo- Twi. That's a mouthful. There's also the to Nick new tick borne diseases that we identified here at mayo clinic Bradley, mayo knee. I named after the mayo brothers and also are leaky Muris. So there have been nine new pathogens spread by ticks or mosquitoes. Just identified since two thousand four is one of those the ones that results in allergy to meet. Yes, that's a really odd one. And people get really. Bad ineffective reaction if they eat meat, if they're bitten by a certain type tick, amazing lime disease, the most common one. So let's say that you know you had a tick on your body or you don't. What are the symptoms? What do you look for for lime disease, fever is one and brash. Those are two big ones all the disease that looks like a target for lime disease. It's that so called target white rash. The problem is is not all people have that. It could also be an hard to see areas like if it's on your scalp under your hair or your back, that's why tick checks with a friend or sometimes helpful. Have sunlight look in the spots that you can't easily see, but even if you don't have a towel rash, if you have other symptoms, you should go to your doctor. You could have body aches, muscle aches. Those are the big ones joint pains. And then how if you, if you have those symptoms go to the physician, how do they diagnose it? How do they know if you have lime disease? There's a few tests we do for Lyme disease. We look for antibodies that your body forums is part of its immune response to the organism. So that's called serologic testing. PCR's not a big part of Lyme disease, but we testing, but we do offer it as more of a junked of test for other diseases. We have PCR test. We have Serology. So we have a number of ways in the laboratory that we can detect these tests and they can be pretty definitive. They can, yes. Are there any advances being made in the battle against the ticks? Yeah, it's interesting that you ask that because there's a whole new tick, borne disease working group that was sponsored by the government, which actually on one of the subcommittees working groups, and we are looking at all of those. Things. What are the gaps in our existing technologies? And then what are some of the new technologies that can help fill those gaps? Does a number of different things be looked at? Some will be going through the FDA for approval, but nothing's really here yet. So we're still, unfortunately relying on technology from the nineteen seventies and eighties like serologic testing. Well, in the tricky thing is back in the nineteen seventies, for instance, if you were going to go onto the woods, you didn't think twice, not maybe at the most. You just looked for ticks on your body when you got back, but times have changed. And so before you go into the forest or through a walk in a meadow or whatever the case is, what should we do about these things? Exactly. If you're going to go out into the woods and you think you're going to go off the beaten trail, you need to be applying some sort of tick or insect repellent. We recommend deet anything with thirty percent deter more. There's also a carrot in the Environmental Protection Agency actually has a whole list of all the different options. And there's also permission that. You can spray on clothing. Essentially, the idea is choose what you're going to be using and make sure you do it consistently. You could also do some simple things like tuck your pants into your socks, less bearskin for those ticks grab onto all good. Good thoughts. So you talked to us about the symptoms of Lyme disease. You talk to us about the diagnosis. They'll tell us about treatment, and if it's important to be treated and if you don't get treated or even sometimes if you do the complications. Yes, treatments important. And if you think you have tick borne disease, you definitely want to go to your physician. Some of these diseases are life threatening things like Rocky Mountain, spotted fever. That's life threatening in children in adults. Erlich Yosef can be life threatening. Usually the treatment is a drug called dachsie cycling, even for children with cases of Rocky Mountain, spotted fever. A lot of times we say, don't give certain antibiotics, doxycycline children that is not the case with Rocky Mountain, spotted fever. So usually antibiotic treatment is required. And most cases patients will respond if they're treated early, if they're not treated, early, complications can arise like with lime disease, the disease can disseminate. It can go to your joints. It can go. To your nervous system and that hurt breaking your heart. People have died of lime and Okada's. So it's important to find out if you have it get a definitive diagnosis and be treated and as early on as possible. Exactly. Is it ever too late to undergo treatment? It's less effective. So I wouldn't say it's too late. You'd still wanna go to your doctor and see what your treatment options are, but it may be less effective. All right.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Test for heart worm and went the standard for that test now is something called the antigen is what we're checking for is a protein that expresses itself on an adult heart worm and it's got to be a female heart worm too so what happens is the blood will have antibodies to that protein if a dog is got heartworms in its body so our first test is it for dogs is something called the heart worm antigen test if that's positive then we know that there's a female heart worm in that dog the next test would be something called a micro larrea test so if you have one female heart worm in a dog she's not gonna make babies because she doesn't have that reproductive capability by herself and so you're probably not going to have those little larva microphone larrea circulating through the bloodstream and so checking the validity of the test and checking for microflora are to the steps that we do in staging heart worm disease and if we find evidence of heartworms than what do we do the choice is theirs variable choices certainly the thing to do is to try and decrease the chance that you're going to have any kind of allergic reaction blood pressure change in the lungs or any kind of cute what we call new menendez so it's basically inflammation in the lungs which usually happens from the microphone interestingly over the last decade we figured out that there's actually a concurrent bacteria area that that is present with microflora and there's an it can cause an allergic reaction that we actually managed with an antibiotic called doxycycline so there's actually standard therapies based on the stage of heart worm that that the american heart worm society has established so any person can go to the website for the american heart worm society and look at the guidelines both for veterinarians and then very informative information to pet owners about the stages and the different types of therapy some people will choose not to treat some people will choose to just treat some the specific symptoms the definitive treatment involves getting rid of the bacteria getting rid of the microflora and intriguing with what we call dolt aside so something that's gonna kill the adult heartworms is high risk i have read that the doxycycline and then one of the topical flea and tick medications can over a long term clear heartworms from dogs.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Three nine six nine two so why of cases been spiking more recently this is the case yeah yes yes it it's the cdc came out in two thousand thirteen i said even though there's about twenty to thirty thousand cases reported each year this actually ten times more than that and truth is about three hundred thousand three hundred sixty thousand new cases of lyme disease each year why has it why has it been spiking one of the reasons is because i think because of climate change and the warming so techs have a longer season of activity so instead of just being active from may to september now they're active from end of march through to november and that that creates problems and then wintertime you know even though there's snow on the grounds the tics are actually still live but they under the snow and it's warmer onto the snow bits and so when starts to mel to people go out and play and his leaf litter still they're they're going to get kicked by so remember one one winter season when around christmas time i was with my family and my dog came back with like eight tick bites extraordinary eight kicked by and that's where it gets to be contentious so for example patients have have relapsing symptoms after having been treated with two to three weeks of oral doxycycline are oral marquesa sill and are also if your axiom what do you do with that patients some doctors will say well you've received the curator of treatments that's what the infectious disease society of america says and their guidelines we're not going to give you any more treatment because that's against the guidelines other doctors who work in these limits have taken democ areas they know that patients relapse oftentimes they can benefit from a repeat of course of treatment so from based on their own experience and based on some of the emerging published literature in peer reviewed journals they're saying look i think it's worth giving us patient the benefit of the doubt and try and course of antibiotics to see if it helps so sometimes that's an additional course sometimes it's a longer course event botox sometimes it's if they relapse again they might treat treat.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thousand new cases of lyme disease each year why has it why is it being spiking one of the reasons is because i think because of climate change and the warming so ticks have a longer season of activity so instead of just being active from september now they're active from end of march through to november and that that creates problems and then wintertime you know even though there's snow on the ground the tics are actually still alive but they were under the snow and it's warmer around to the snow beds and so when starts to melt to people go out and play and as leaf litter still they're they're going to get ticked by so remember one one winter season when around christmas time i was with my family and my dog came back with like eight tick bites extrordinary eight tick bites z's and how it should be treated patients have have relapsing symptoms after having been treated with a two to three weeks of oral doxycycline are oral mock cicilline are also if your team what do you do with that patients some doctors will say well you've received the carrot of treatments that's what the infectious disease society of america says and their guidelines we're not going to give you any more treatment because that's against the guidelines other doctors who work in these limits have taken democ areas they know their patients relapse oftentimes they can benefit from a repeat of course of treatment so from based on their own experience and based on some of the emerging published literature in peer reviewed journals they're saying look i think it's worth giving us patient the benefit of the doubt and try and course of antibiotics to see if it helps so sometimes that's an additional course sometimes it's a longer course of antibiotics sometimes it's even if they relapse again they might treat treat a further time now with lyme arthritis for example it's it's not uncommon to give a second course of antibiotics and the infectious disease ociety america wreck recommends that and sometimes of course if intravenous antibiotics so there are different approaches to treatments of lyme disease another another really interesting scientific finding the last several years has been the study of.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on WLOB

"Right and the only way we change things by doing things like this talking about it putting it out there so it doesn't remain a guarded secret again there's just no excuse for this it's not as though there are american companies who are are are standing to lose great prophets here in point of fact a solution to the problem would actually lie in the form of of american companies making profits this is not a a case of public interest versus profit it's a case of the public interest and profit well i'll give you an example of how of our dependence which was really quite shocking you'll remember after the september eleventh attacks and the anthrax situation where people became ill some died well i spoke to a gentleman who got a call from the us government asking him to make doxycycline which is antibiotic and a recommended antidote and so this gentleman he's with a european company a good company and he said that he had to get the starting material to make this antibiotic from china and another person in the industry i interviewed said well what if china's the anthrax attacker that's a situation that we don't wanna put ourselves in and that's where that's where we could be now this is pretty basic stuff you would really think one eight six six five zero jimbo back with more in just a moment did you ever look at the stains in your coffee cup and then realize that's exactly what happens to your teeth.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"They can actually get bumps that mimic pimples but if you on closer inspection um alma mater montage montages we can see that they're not actual pimples and it can be highly inflammatory so inflammatory that we have to use oral antibiotics that have antiinflammatory properties to treat it and it can jobs such as the tetracycline family of antibiotics we typically reach for doxycycline are minutes i glenn these patients do not have an infection okay the anti um biotic properties of these antibiotics are not what improved their rose asia it is the anti inflammatory properties and that being said we oftentimes are able to use very low doses of these antibiotics to achieve excellent control of their rose atia because we don't need it to alter their acute kenya's flora if you will i don't have to use these strong into matic doses so presumably if you could find something that would calm the inflammation that would be just as good as an antibiotic that's right but when they get the pap fuels and sometimes nigel's this is such a robust inflammatory response we've not found any topical to be able to control at you really needs mood orrell's and you need to go to orrell's pretty quickly 'cause it can leave scars i do to ask about a topical ferruzzi should because it's gotten some attention uh the generic term is ivermectin and dog lovers may recognize that term because it's used for heart worm um but it's used as a topical named sue lantra tell us a little bit about that so there are mites that live in her hair follicles and i'm not trying to give everyone the he be jamie's but we really he again we are all covered in these things that right yes their normal that's right there called deemed ex mites and they live in the hair follicles and again they are are part of us that i i like to describe them as our symbiotic organisms just like the little fish that are attached to the whales than and all these other types of symbiotic organisms that we see in nature that those are analogous to these mites.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"Are whatever the process was well so you have people say well we have chronic lime and this is you know this whole myriad of things joint pain nausea flu like symptoms kerr leading to autoimmune condition and thyroid problems in cardiovascular disease all the stuff that goes along with chronic line and then you have the cdc stance and the cdc says that people don't have chronic lime what they have is post treatment lyme disease syndrome and basically what they're saying here is that what happens to people after their treated with four lime we don't really know what it is and sorry that had happened to you but that's just the amine all we're just gonna say it's post treatment syndrome will that's just ridiculous i mean it's completely ridiculous you know it and i know it makes no sense that we have all these problems that we're just gonna say it's po stream of because i'll be honest there aren't that many people that actually get treated for lime because the ten this thing is it really that good for it and they come up a bunch of false negatives and you end up saying oh no you don't have lime at well how the world can you tell these people that they have post treatment lyme disease syndrome or whatever i just rattled off at says what are they say that they what a what are they call it post post treatment lyme disease syndrome uavs ripe most treatment lyme disease syndrome what do you do with those people me it makes absolutely no sense so what if we go way out on a limb i mean all the way out to the very end of that lim ed invite into the eye that the idea that the treatment say somebody get treat it they did the antibiotics the did the doxycycline lien know let's antibiotic of choice for lyme disease say they did that treatment exactly how they were supposed to and they still have all these problems i'm gonna go out all the way on the end of this lim and i'm going to invite everyone to this idea that quite possibly that treatment didn't work it's possible what if what if just for a second that that antibiotic is that the exact thing that fixes and curealls wind disease what if what if we just said that what.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

Weekly Infusion

02:50 min | 4 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

"Uh this was accutane equity what is and what is that can they do it's a it's a basically it's retinoic acid though in uh but it it it works at the level of of genetic control in the cellular differentiation uh it doesn't have a that a lot of what you call a site a toxic effect it's it's it's more of uh making the tumor a more normal like i'm the tumor cells tower cells are a lot like embryonic stem cells i mean they're they're on differentiated and accutane uh helps make them more normal and therefore uh less likely the divide wildly to know what the mechanism though um i i i probably did twenty years ago because those activity actively researching at but i haven't usled accutane longtime is any this become more standard care and the recent years um well people have tested these things in clinical trials on one of the things that they found out which i suspected at the time that didn't know for sure was that accutane really doesn't combined very well with cited toxic chemotherapy i mean there's a little bit of evidence it might interfere with it so i made a point of only use the accutane in periods where i was not on chemotherapy um because i you know i mean is retinoic acid uh is a powerful antioxidant and there's some issue about whether antioxidant sir uh advisable during chemotherapy yet it's a very complicated issue but uh i i was aware of it and so i i love the chemotherapy schedule i was on was periodic so i'd be off of the four weeks uh and that during that time it would take the accutane bernard sleeping in literature the word on the internet to seek study using met for amendment ben dissolved doxycycline in a statin drug but i didn't see if there i really didn't see if there are any results published jury familiar with that well there there are all sorts of trials going on combining a lot of these older drugs i mean i've been involved with a group that is trying to design trials that takes all kinds of older drugs in re in tries to repurpose them that their redo project.

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"doxycycline" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"doxycycline" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"About it who he's genius okay a fine but you know what they're plenty of geniuses on other stuff that are wrong on this i i find it very well i'm sorry honors i'm going to keep myself on track and some of you who whom we say buck alike ritish are very much but i need you to stay on tasks i'm going to do that a deal in climate change to me it's like asking a question on lines of i do believe in western medicine which i've had my own the trials and tribulations of a of of health nothing to juicers but i've i've dealt with stuff on or one thing that i that i would to about his for example i have i have had a headaches in the past that just wouldn't go away and had seen all kinds of a neurologist and my experience with the rogers was that they are they will put you through the opposite to the same test and if you have a an a a a possible i forgot i dissection i think it's called which can lead to an aneurysm or if you have something structurally wrong in the brain that's where you want to see right you wants involves but if you just go in there and he say look i've got headaches the it and they're not going away i don't know what's going on not only a much that they at least for me numbers they can do for you they can try it a couple of different medicines than ever and so i tried some what you call nonwestern therapy who just essentially a versions of physical therapy you could say and for me it it was like a real that worked so if somebody says to me well do you believe in western medicine at ceo of course assembled will does western medicine have all the answers i would say i'll in my experience no it does not in other there are other modalities in treatments at once that doesn't mean that i am i'm not going to take oh you know doxycycline a if i have some kind of infection or something ray it doesn't mean that i reject all of it i just don't think that it's a perfect answer for all things all the time same thing with climate change do i think the climate is changing asher d i think.

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