My son, who is now 15, had 3 years of treatment for Rheumatoid arthritis including steroid injections and methotrexate. Then he was diagnosed with Lyme 18 months ago, had antibiotics intravenously for two weeks but has continued to suffer from inflammation of his knee joints.He has been on Leflunomide for a year and has had further steroid injections but this has not worked either. He now has osteoarthritis and needs to use crutches to get around. Does anyone know of treatments which have worked for them when lyme has been diagnosed so late?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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