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Importance of diet for healing
Posted by CJ Bergeron
Last Reply April 2, 2015 at 17:25
Started April 2, 2015 at 16:43
Hello everyone, I just had to post my success story, because no matter how dark
it may seem, your body has a natural ability to heal. And by setting up the proper
conditions, your body will be like a fountain of energy, constantly surging
outward from the core of your digestion out through your skin.

According to the Ayurveda, your digestion is like a fire inside you that burns up
your food into energy your body can use. This digestive fire is also the fire that
purifies infection, aka your immune system.

Therefore healthy digestion = healthy immune function.

What happens in your innards when you eat a sugary snack, drink a sugary
beverage or eat refined wheat products is this; your intestinal micro flora begin to
replicate at an increased rate which leads to an overpopulation of undesirable
microbes in your gut. These microbes create toxic waste products through their
metabolism which are absorbed into your body through the lining of your
intestines. Bu... read more

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MRSA complications
Posted by RaineyDay
Last Reply April 2, 2015 at 02:34
Started March 30, 2013 at 01:17
I'm so thankful to find this discussion group. I will continue to
read previous posts, but I wanted to ask my question because I don't
know what to do.

I had a cold about 6 weeks ago. Soon after that I developed a severe
pain in my right rib. Every move I made was painful. I thought it
much be inflammation of the joints/tissue between the ribs. That is
fairly common.

About two weeks later, still with rib pain, I developed three lesions
under my right arm..... one after the other. They had a fast life
cycle and as a new one came out the other would be healing.

I just happened to be at the doctor for a yearly checkup and I asked
him to look at the lesion and tell me if I needed to do anything for
it. He cultured it and it came back positive for MRSA. But by the
time the culture came back, the final lesion had healed and no longer
looked like anything at all.

The doctor's office called me somewhat in a panic. They told me all
the things ... read more

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How do I get rid of MRSA?
Posted by Mike
Last Reply April 2, 2015 at 02:29
Started August 6, 2011 at 18:06
Hi. I am a 20 year old Male. I have had MRSA 6 times since 2009 (foot, 3 times on my leg, on my face, and on my lower back. Now i have it 3 more place at the same time (left shin, right forearm, and right thigh). I believe the infection has spread to the bone in my leg bcz my bones in my leg are very sore and I can barely walk right now. I have tried draining them like I have with the others in the past but they seem to get worse when I do so. Everytime i thoroughly drain them, they fill right back up again with even more than before. This time its actually starting to scare me. Once I get rid of these infections, how do i stop or at least lessen the frequency it comes back in the future?? Please help because I am sick and tired of the pain and social ostracism this infection causes.

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Cure Mrsa
Posted by Vanessa Stubber
Last Reply March 23, 2015 at 21:00
Started June 26, 2012 at 03:14
After having MRSA for 3 years now because I also have eczema it still on
occasion occurs, my remedies are:

1.) Chamomile buds thrown in a warm bath and soaking in it, or creating a
compress with chamomile that has been steeped . It's just as effective as tea tree
oil but it not as rough and actually allows skin to heal and not scar.
2.) Calendula cream works especially on covered areas and should be applied
after chamomile. This works really well on little kids too.
3.) sundhine and swimming in the oceAn
4.) take out sugar from diet and take vitamins God bless!

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Breastfeeding with MRSA
Posted by Janelle
Last Reply March 19, 2015 at 22:43
Started March 9, 2015 at 16:53
I had a massive infection 2 years ago in my leg, they said might be a Staph infection and suggested it could be MRSA, but never did any testing because it was draining. I haven't had any in two years, then now I got a massive infection in my nose 2 months ago, which again, not draining so they just gave me antibiotics, and now have 2 cysts, one on my torso, and one on the side of my breast. The urgent care Dr. said it looked like MRSA and I should get it tested, but since it wasn't draining... Well, shocker, no testing done. She knew I was breast feeding a 4 month old cause she was in at the same time as me for a small infected hangnail on her finger... But after reading some things about MRSA and breastfeeding, I am worried I might have inadvertinely given her the condition and that it wasn't just a simple hangnail. Also worried that no one EVER told me to stop breast feeding, cause they never tested me. The ER Dr put me on Bactrim and didn't tell me I had to stop either, and other... read more

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MRSA found while doing knee replacement
Posted by Praveen
Last Reply March 5, 2015 at 06:41
Started February 13, 2015 at 14:09
Hello All
Please help me.
My father had severe swelling near knee (left leg) when we showed he said based on a ex-ray there is a small bone piece between
and all medical tests and suggested knee replacement.We went ahead
during the operation once.they opened they have found infection which
is in black color so they.stopped replacement and send the tissue for
biopsy next day they told its MRSA bacteria and told its n there so.we
cleaned it now.Doctor use Teicoplanin400 mg injection&
lizolid600mg tablet morning and evening for 4 weeks .

It's one week now my father is becoming weak day by day.

My father details
53 years old
Diabetic from 6 years
High BP.from 10 years
Have Celluoid for both legs
Psoriasis for both legs from 4 years .

Doctors said there is no specific test to MRSA spread across
body or.not.he tells if.he gets fever swelling it's there. in understanding my father situation .
I love my dad and wan... read more

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Oil of oregano
Posted by lisa
Last Reply March 5, 2015 at 06:34
Started August 26, 2014 at 05:21
Oil of oregano in capsules killed my MRSA & prevented skin boils from
coming back too!!! I just took one a day, but you can take up to 3.
Worked for me!!!!!

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Posted by just a mom
Last Reply February 19, 2015 at 13:47
Started January 30, 2015 at 23:28
just wanted to say thanks to Bob and ladyk for this website:) Several years ago my son contracted MRSA. I was frantic and I had no idea what to do. With Bob's wisdom on garlic and other ideas I received from this son..knock on wood :) has not had an outbreak for years.
Thank you.
In peace,
just a mom

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Posted by Emann
Last Reply February 19, 2015
Started February 19, 2015
Just wondering is there anyone dealing with Folliculitis ? I I have had 2 skin
eruptions on my hand lately. Very itcy small puss filled bumps that are very
sensitive to heat.

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spinal infection
Posted by steff stevens
Last Reply February 15, 2015 at 23:10
Started February 15, 2015 at 23:10
I have a mrsa spinal infection. Can anyone comment on this, if they have experienced this type of infection?

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implants and mrsa
Posted by steff stevens
Last Reply February 15, 2015 at 23:05
Started February 15, 2015 at 23:05
can breast implants become infected with mrsa?

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gout-like symptons associated with MRSA?
Posted by Annie
Last Reply February 12, 2015 at 05:13
Started June 23, 2007 at 21:14
My son age 22 injured his leg in an accident in Oct 06. No skin or bones were broken but the entire lower leg was smashed and contracted a MRSA infection. He was hopitalized for a week, had two surgeries during that time, and was sent home with a picc line w/vancomycin for a month. The wound had to be unpacked and repacked every day. After that he was on Bactrum for another month.

About eight months later some boils showed up, he was again diagnosed with MRSA. He was placed on Septra 800-160 (2 tablets 3X per day). He took those for about 1-1/2 months, then had to stop because he was throwing up blood. The MRSA hasn't reappeared but he's had some other problems and I wonder if anyone else has seen any of this after a bad MRSA infection:

What happened is that after the last round of antibiotics, my son developed acid reflux disease. Then, his hands started to swell and hurt constantly, his family doctor has diagnosed him with gout. The weird thing of it is, he is awfully young ... read more

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Confused and terrified.
Posted by Corey
Last Reply January 30, 2015 at 23:00
Started January 18, 2015 at 20:16
Last wednesday I went into the ER for a
humongous absess under my arm. I went in
and they gave me bactrim and naproxin due
to me being alergic to all other pain
medications. On Friday I returned with the
same problem only about 200% bigger and
the Nurse practitioner decided to Lance it
and not biopsy it and only said "I'm
treating it as it is MRSA". That is a HUGE
thing to guess at! I'm terrified of it
actually being MRSA and the things to come
from that. She did not educate me on
anything just gave me a packet on absesses
and told me to come back for repacking.
Can anyone shed any light on this maybe to
ease my mind.

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Posted by Gwen
Last Reply January 19, 2015 at 07:39
Started January 19, 2015 at 07:39
Is it safe to go to use a tanning bed if you have myrsa?

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mrsa and relationships
Posted by Luis
Last Reply January 12, 2015 at 16:17
Started August 6, 2010 at 16:10
just got diagnosed with mrsa today. my girlfriend is staying in california and i was set to move there next year sometime. now that im diagnosed with this, i've come more to peace with prayer and finding this site, but im terrified of giving it to her. how contagious is mrsa?
i mean i know its very contagious, but the spot is below my knee, will any other interactions put her in a position of contracting this?
holding hands, hugging, kissing. hope this doesnt sound like im trying to find out if we can sleep together since she's a virgin and we're not trying to do anything til we're married but as far as still having a normal relationship, is it possible?

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When is it too late for garlic?
Posted by jenny
Last Reply January 7, 2015 at 01:18
Started January 5, 2015 at 21:23
Hey all, thanks so much for all the information.

I'm traveling through Thailand at the moment and got a skin infection while in Koh
Phangan. I had no idea until afterwards how just scratching my mosquito bites and with
it being an "open cut" and going into the water runs a high risk of me getting SA.

I noticed it around December 23rd/24th and just before NYE did it start getting worst
and when I started to do all sorts of things to make it better, but nothing is working
still. I've been taking activated charcoal, oregano oil, colloidal silver, olive leaf, GSE, clay,
vitamin c and d, coconut oil, eating raw garlic, and ginger and pretty much a clean diet.

Anyways, I get that garlic water baths are the answer. But now, my SA has already
surfaced. I wish I could attach pictures in this forum.

Maybe this link will work:
oh=b7af2578bbff0b338109d62d... read more

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recently diagnosed with MRSA
Posted by AmethystStar
Last Reply December 27, 2014 at 17:30
Started August 22, 2009 at 02:18
Three weeks ago yesterday I went to my dermatologist for a mole check, she wanted to remove one from my inside ankle...three week later, area looks red, is weeping a semi-pus like substance, and a pus pocket is forming in one of the folds that the sutures created...I go back, a different doctor sees me, their newest surgeon in the building. "No, you are not infected", this is a normal healing foot wound...but he gives me a sample of Actibax to keep putting on it. Another week later, I go in for suture removal, original doc says yes, that is infected, removes sutures, does a swab for a culture....starts me on Keflex 500mg bid...nurse calls me yesterday, THREE WEEKS AFTER original procedure...TWO weeks after I go in asking for help for an obviously troubled wound...and ONE week after I have been on the WRONG antibiotic (which did seem to help a bit.)

I am so worried now....just needed to vent, get opinions, and other stories I guess.

Doc did NOT use betadine befor... read more

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Garlic and Allicin
Posted by Chloe
Last Reply December 27, 2014 at 02:36
Started December 26, 2014 at 20:28
Hello Bob and everyone,

We hope you all had a blessed Christmas. We are struggling because our year old baby girl has MRSA. She must have got it from the daycare center.
I wanted to ask Bob or anyone who knows about how to use garlic or allicin for MRSA. I would rather use the stable form of garlic though it is expensive. From what I read, it is more mild on the skin and stomach. Please let me know what you think. Thank you very much!

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Posted by Ben
Last Reply November 12, 2014
Started April 19, 2005 at 19:10
I have been looking at MRSA sites for information purposes.
I started reading all the stories from people whose lives have been affected by MRSA. I found it so distressing that scientists and immensely rich drug companies, on both sides of the Atlantic, are failing to address the issue of finding an answer to MRSA. The respective, I use that word loosely, governments are suppressing the true scale of the MRSA problem.

My sincere feelings go to all the people and their families of MRSA victims. You must not give up hope - start pressure groups to get some action before the situation gets worse.

I understand the next generation of resistant bacteria, VRSA are so powerful, that even the most powerful drugs currently being used do not work.

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Last Reply October 30, 2014 at 10:11
Started October 30, 2014 at 10:11
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