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Worried about abcesses...I am going to the dr.
Started by Kristen Williams
Posted: December 19, 2007 at 17:18
This forum is hopefully going to help alleviate some of my worries... Here is my story... Approx. 4 mo. ago, I experienced my very first abcess on my knee. I was convinced it was a brown recluse spider bite... I went to the ER they drained it, and kicked me out ASAP... No info. was given as the usual ER treatments go... This was the most pain I have ever experienced in my life... I couldn't walk for 4 days... shooting pains were present, up and down my leg... It took 2 months for it to heal... Now there is a red scar, missing some tissue... Okay, since then I have had more abcesses...One on my elbow, very minor, Now I have one on my groin, very painful, I just squeezed stuff out... It hurts, and recently I have had 2 sty's in my eye... So do I have MRSA? My only option for health care at this point is a Free Clinic... I have an appt. tomorrow... This is one of numerous trips involving abcesses... I mentioned MRSA to them and the doctor replied, "Everyone thinks they have MRSA" And they treat me like I am a hypocondriac... I am scared and I don't know what to do... I can't afford to go see any other doctor's, and the ER doesn't treat it seriously... So what should I do? Is this life threatening?What should I buy as far as what to clean myself with, so I don't spread it to others? And really what should I take to boost my immune system? I eat pretty well, I work at a produce stand... But you know I feel really tired, and this abcess on my groin area is so painful, I am not even really sure how I should be treating it... It doesn't look that bad on the outside, but internally there is big lump full of puss and blood, I have squeezed it all out but I don't know what else to do, What should I ask the doctor's to do tomorrow?
Re: Worried about abcesses...I am going to the dr.
Reply #1 by ruth
Posted: December 20, 2007 at 01:04
doxycyclene and rifampin - 1 year
lactobacillus - for gut 1 year, in yogurt or pills
chlorhexidine - topical wash for skin lesions
Violeta De Gencianan - makes lesions dry up scab over takes a few weeks
alkalinize body - 1 teaspoon baking soda 3 times a day - get ph test from health food store
alkaline diet - 40% vegs, 40% fruit, 20% meat and carbs, drink lots of green tea and herbal teas. No coffee, sugar, alcohol, chocolate
build immune system - vitamins - a, b, c, d, e. minerals - zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium, selenium, cesium. Omega fatty acid - fish oil, flax oil
exercise - to get oxygen in body

Natural Remedies - Antibiotics found in plants which can be effective with fewer side effects or negative impact on the body.
Colloidal Silver - anti-virus, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory
Turmeric - anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant
Olive Leaf Extract - anti-mycoplasma, anti-viral, anti-retrovirus, anti-bacterial, anti-mycoplasma
Echinacea - are known as polysaccharides, antibiotic, immune stimulant, Antiviral, god for herpes, boils and abcesses
Elecampane - (works like Rifampin) antimycobacterial deep penetration
Grape Seed Extract - anti-cancer, anti-tumor, antioxidant, kills mycoplasma
Oregano Oil - anti-viral, anti-fungal
Urva Ursi - antimicrobial
Neem - antihelmintic, antifungal, antidiabetic, antibacterial, antiviral
Gentian Violet - skin lessions, anti-mycoplasma, antibacterial
CoQ10 - joint pain, muscle stiffness, enhances cellular energy, works on ATP in mitochondria, causes appetite loss, stimulates the immune system
St. John's Wort - effective on retrovirus, antiviral
Sambucol (Elderberry) - effective on retrovirus
Pau D'Arco - useful against fungal and parasitic infection
Vicks - stiff neck, campor and eccyliptus

Re: Worried about abcesses...I am going to the dr.
Reply #2 by LindaA
Posted: December 21, 2007 at 13:09
The best natural antibiotic you can buy is an ingredient in garlic. Allicin and Allin is what gives garlic it's antibiotic qualities. Allicin can be purchased as allimax allibiotic and others. You can scroll the forum and find the info on it and other products that have worked for other forum members.
Be religious about disinfecting surfaces and washing hands and using hand sanitizer as if you had OCD. Good Luck, LindaA
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