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home:mp:stages:stagefive [10.13.2018]
sallieq [Read more]
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 When a patient'​s symptoms surge after an extended period on the MP, the initial strategy is to When a patient'​s symptoms surge after an extended period on the MP, the initial strategy is to
-discontinue azithromycin if it has been taken. //N.B. the use of azithromycin is now strongly discouraged//​. This will often result in a one-time exacerbation of symptoms, particularly from days 10 to 12 (and possibly even for some weeks), as the concentration of the azithromycin slowly wanes, but in the long run will lead to greater stability.+discontinue azithromycin if it has been taken. //**N.B. the use of azithromycin is now strongly discouraged**//.  
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 +This will often result in a one-time exacerbation of symptoms, particularly from days 10 to 12 (and possibly even for some weeks), as the concentration of the azithromycin slowly wanes, but in the long run will lead to greater stability.
  
 Progressively withdrawing minocycline and clindamycin,​ while modulating olmesartan, should keep Progressively withdrawing minocycline and clindamycin,​ while modulating olmesartan, should keep
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