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Need some answers on mrsa
Started by Jennifer
Posted: September 29, 2015 at 12:16
My name is Jennifer and when I was 25 I was diagnosed with a brain tumor! I'm
now 45! It was not malignant but still a growing tumor. Had it operated on in 95
was not able to remove it. Had it operated on 11 years later cause it had gotten
large enough it was putting pressure on my eyes and other things! That was
2006! I got mrsa during that procedure supposedly killed it with antibiotics but
then in 2014 learned that I had mrsa in my skull. It had been there for 7 years
eating at my skull! Doctor said my skull was like soup when he went to remove it!
Then Jan 2015 I had a plate put in! Now I'm having problems with my back from
the bottom of my skull all the way down to my tail bone! It has been bothering me
for over a month to the point I can't hardly work. I'm a hairdresser so I stand all
day and stoop over a shampoo bowl which I thought that might be it! But I've
never had this much pain in my back before. I was wondering if it is at all possible
that it could be mrsa? Do I need to get it checked? Or am I just being silly! Please
help me! Thank u! Jennifer
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Reply #1 by ladyk
Posted: September 29, 2015 at 18:39
Jennifer -

Yes, please do go and get checked out. The consequences of letting it go with your history is risky. Identifying the problem could very well save your life and provide a better quality of life for you. "Silly"? Absolutely not!
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Reply #2 by Bob Anderson
Posted: October 1, 2015
Jennifer -

I agree with what Lady K said.

But if it turns out to be MRSA in your back and brain, if antibiotic resistance rears its ugly head, you might look into the garlic water baths that are discussed widely in this forum because the allicin in crushed raw non-irradiated garlic is not susceptible to antibiotic resistance and kills all bacteria it comes into contact with no matter how resistant it is..

I am not a doctor and I cannot give you or anyone else any medical advice; all I can do is discuss the properties of natural garlic and how they change when it is processed or used in different ways.

By reading the posts you can discover exactly how and why the allicin in garlic does what it does. Because of its tiny size it easily passes through the pores in the capillarial walls and so can penetrate the blood-brain barrier and get where it needs to go.

Listen to your doctors but educate yourself so you can understand your choices and options.

Good luck to you.


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Reply #3 by Jennifer
Posted: October 5, 2015 at 16:07
Thank u lady k and mr Anderson for ur advice I put a call into my doctor and
haven't heard from him yet. It's been over a week now. His nurse acted like I was
being stupid and that there was no way it could be mrsa. I'm hoping she is right
but like lady k said with my history if it's going to happen to me it will!! I explained
my hustory to his nurse and she said she would talk with my doctor but like I said
no word so I'm hoping it's all ok!! What do u think I need to do next?
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Reply #4 by Bob Anderson
Posted: October 5, 2015 at 21:05
Jennifer -

While you are waiting, educate yourself and be prepared. Read the garlic and garlic water posts and understand how MRSA and and allicin interact and what your options are.

If it is MRSA be prepared to have to make some tough decisions. Antibiotic resistance limits your doctor's options but the allicin in crushed raw natural (non-irradiated) garlic is not subject to antibiotic resistance and kills MRSA on contact according to published studies.

Doctors generally are not aware of garlic's powers since they do not learn about herbal or traditional remedies in med school but sometimes they really work.

In any event, good luck to you.

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Reply #5 by ladyk
Posted: October 6, 2015 at 15:00
Since this is a physician you've consulted with in the past, he knows your history. It's my opinion... putting you off (period) not to mention for any length of time, is not okay.

While keeping your appointment with your established physician you might also consider a second opinion who is willing to work with you, and who has a fair understanding concerning the influence of today's bacteria on the human body. One who is equally interested in up to date diagnostic testing and treatments.

If it were me or mine... I'd consider seeing a Neurological and Infectious Disease doctor. I'd also request an MRI to check skull plate and spine for anomalies in an attempt to address your pain/possible infection/etc. Itís a good idea to let second opinion know you are seeking his/her opinion and treatment plan. Often it is easier to question a second opinion physician. And most often second opinion physicians are quite a bit more responsive providing black and white answers to patients seeking information concerning his/her particular field of expertise, as it applies to the patient's needs.

It is best to identify the culprit, THEN decide treatment options when youíre completely informed about what you are up against.

Are you having any lesion outbreaks on your skin?


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Reply #6 by mike
Posted: October 27, 2015 at 22:52
ihad mrsa on mycheek bones and occipital opening area.
bumps or protusions started to develop. I used tea tree oil on some and on others I used sunflower seed oil.
interestingly pressure helps.after applying the oild I massaged the bumps with a hard pressure and these bump[s went down. it seems when mrsa invades bone tissue, it forms the swelling by "pushing water molecules into the bone/cartilage. so even though it feels hard,apply pressure will along with oils mentioned will push the bone back down.my experiences that the swelling is a function of water retention and not the bacteria itself inhabiting the bone. this applies to the intial infection. I don't know if it would work if the mrsa had a week or so to establish itself. but I do know immediately treating bone protrusion will work as I have mentioned above.all my experiences are will aggressive mrsa, so I can not say when normalmrsa will respond in the same way. I had swollen ear lobesandsame technique worked,i.e. applying presuure in addition to theoils.

mike

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