would this be bacterial resistance or coinfection that needs multiple meds
Lyme causing chronic brain disease. It’s not failure of antibiotic. Coinfections are responsible. The need for a protocol that targets all aspects of numerous parasitic diseases should be a first line of defense. Treat the cause!
ivermectin is an antibiotic too , it also targets coinfections ticks carry , it does not target some coinfections and fenbendazole is another great med , i have a well written lyme protocol works great for chronic lyme which is coinfections and some coinfections are deadly
Here’s a perfect example of antibiotic failure with lyme disease , coinfections are responsible not the antibiotics.
Lyme Bacteria Hides Inside Parasitic Worms, Causing Chronic Brain Diseases
Lyme discovery: Borrelia bacteria hides inside parasitic worms, causing chronic brain diseases
Topic: Lyme Disease Mimics Many Other Diseases
Symptoms that can lead to common misdiagnoses of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.
Lyme bacteria hides inside parasitic worms, causing chronic brain diseases.
Simple Lyme treatment; no co-infections.
Lyme disease coinfections; possible co-infections include Lyme borreliosis, anaplasmosis, babesiosis, Powassan virus and B.Miyamotoi infections.
For Lyme disease, ivermectin, Doxy and Fenben definitely more effective.