hi all, been a long time since i been on here, was reading about the rocephin issues, am just curious how many people on it actually were able to live life, i spent a month long on it and had to stay horizontal the whole time to avoid migraines, i was ready to kill my home nurse who made me sit up an extra 10 minutes because she missed the vein changing my needle. i was also only 13 at the time but still. was my dose to high back then or what? still debating going back to doctor after 21 yrs cause some issues that werent as bad then have resurfaced and are raging issues now. wondering if lyme in remission is doc's way of saying well it can come back, anyways, long enough chat, hey ya'll in april the movie industry is releasing a movie called "lymelife". some family movie and how they cope. not sure any good or not but will go see it anyways, anyway thanks for letting me rant will be on more often now. nite
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