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    Its that time of year for folks who opt for the flu shot –this is not intended to create any discussion pro or con —just a reminder –Australia had a very difficult flu season -with the BRisbane flu being prevalent –


    I was thinking of getting mine this week. Is there any reason why people with rheumatic disease shouldn’t ? Wasn’t sure.

    SD or MCTD with SD overlap. bartonella.
    minocycline 100mg BID, Naturethroid 32.5 mg daily, Azithromycin 250mg BID
    Fish oil, NAC, bovine colostrum, digestive enzymes, sublingual b12, Iodine, Monolaurin, L-glutamine


    Hi I have been getting a flu shot in the time I got sick –thats about 20 years now –no problems


    My LLMD is not a fan of vaccines, but my got the flu/pneumonia last year which in my opinion triggered my symptoms! I have a 3 month old daughter who cannot be immunized for the flu until Christame time so my husband and I both got the flu shot and are asking all family in close contact get theirs as well!

    Symptoms started in 9/16 after 2 miscarriages, diagnosed with Lyme 4/17, Daughter born 6/17 (not breastfeeding). ANA negative by IFA as of 8/17, positive by ELISA with positive Anti-DSDNA antibodies the same month (false positive?). Symptoms that have come and gone include sicca and skin tightening and telangiactiasia. Currently dealing with migraines, arthralgia, morning stiffness, neuropathy, slight swelling, slightly elevated liver enzymes, and bubbly urine. Current protocol: minocycline 100 mg QID, azi

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