The following is a guide to diagnosing and treating Lyme disease.
A common Lyme disease symptom is a mild and often short-lived rash that is not associated with the infection.
Most patients are not diagnosed until they develop an unexplained and long-lasting rash, but the rash can be treated with antibiotics or with topical steroid injections.
The rash can also be treated by removing the affected area and bathing it with water.
If symptoms persist, the doctor may prescribe an antibiotic and/or prescribe steroids.
A doctor may also prescribe a steroid for a more severe infection, like Lyme disease, or to treat a person who has an infection.
The doctor may choose to administer steroids as a first line of treatment, but other treatments may be indicated for other conditions, such as arthritis, or even more serious conditions, like a cancer or other autoimmune disease.
Treatment for Lyme disease is usually indicated by a combination of steroid injections, antibiotics, and possibly steroids.
An injection of steroids is typically administered in the morning or evening after the rash has resolved.
An antibiotic is usually given as a second course of treatment.
A combination of steroids and antibiotics may also be given in addition to antibiotics.
The most common treatments for Lyme are antibiotics.
Antibiotics are a medication that is often given by injection or mouth spray.
Most people with Lyme disease are treated with oral antibiotics that include tetracycline, ceftriaxone, or cefazolin.
These drugs are often given for a week or longer, but some patients may take up to three months of antibiotics.
Cefazoline is a type of antibiotic that is used to treat infections of the brain, lymphatic system, and muscles.
It is also used to manage chronic pain, such an arthritis or swelling, or as a treatment for some skin conditions, including psoriasis.
Ceftrioxacin is a medication used to reduce inflammation in the joint.
It has been used to control chronic pain for many years.
It can also treat a number of other conditions.
Cefazodone is a common antibiotic used to prevent the spread of Lyme disease in people with certain immune system disorders.
It also can be used to help treat a common condition called chronic fatigue syndrome.
Tetracylhydrazone is another type of antibiotics used to kill the bacteria that cause Lyme disease bacteria.
It kills many bacteria in the body and can be given to people with other types of infections.
Cephalosporins are antibiotics that kill the organisms that cause some of the symptoms of Lyme.
Cephalexin is another common antibiotic that can be administered as a single dose, which is used as a last resort if the patient’s condition worsens.
Other drugs used to combat Lyme include fluoroquinolones, carbapenems, and sulfonamides.
A third antibiotic, azithromycin, is used in the treatment of certain chronic infections.
These antibiotics can be taken for up to six months, but can also take up two months to three years.
If treatment is not successful, some people may need to be treated for several years.