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Started by andrew
Posted: August 8, 2010 at 02:35
has anyone else experienced sebboreah with there mrsa and white toungue from antibiotics...?
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Reply #1 by ladyk
Posted: August 9, 2010 at 18:39

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Reply #1 by Uxmal Posted: August 9, 2010 at 04:13


Honestly, Not that i know of. You should consider read about side effects of antibiotics. i've read that some people become allergic to certain drugs/medications.

the white color in your tongue may be yeast from the antibiotics.
I still feel bad about your situation.

you should consider using more natural garlic. that's what i've been doing for the past days and it's actually giving me energy, i feel my immunity raising up dramatically. Keep in mind that Our own Immunity can kill Staph/MRSA bacteria.

I'm drinking garlic water for a few weeks and the Boils/bumps/folliculitis are decreasing..

The reason why i tell you this because, personally, i was too in Antibiotcs. However, i had bad reactions to it.. i had rashes, and my liver Hurt most of the time. that's why i layed off of them permanently and switched to a more natural remedy/cure.

MRSA is not a permanent Infection if you do not allow it to overcome you. The faster you take action, the faster you'll heal & get rid of it.

Garlic is your best Bet. or garlic pills.

take care and Heal Promptly.
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