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Living on antimicrobials for life after MRSA
Started by David Master 4th Degree
Posted: October 6, 2017 at 18:57
SO grateful for this site. Helps me realize I am not alone in this battle and that this is not just in my head.

Ever since MRSA hospitalization about 3.5 years ago, life has never been the same. I have all the hallmarks of ME/CFS and can't function about half my days. Much better now than when I was bedridden for about seven months.

My permanent solution is to be on antimicrobials like an AIDS patient. Turmeric, garlic and other naturalpathy solutions did nothing for me. Finding doctors to help is hard as they don't like to treat something they can't test for. However I got part of my life back by finally getting doxycycline, azithromycin, and antifungals. I give that information for those who are in worse shape. It is hard to live like this, and some days it is too hard.

Has anyone experienced being permanently on antibiotics? Has anyone been on them a long time and created resistant strains and can share what they did to recover? I live in constant fear that eventually my solution will stop working and I have no idea what to do then.

There are articles that suggest that MRSA will permanently turn your own immune system against itself and other immune issues. Is there anything we can do to restore our immune system back to normal functioning? I can't get doctors to help on that as my test come back normal on things like white blood cell count, but I know that if anyone in my house is sick, I get it 100% of the time, and I cannot function for about a week or two.

Please help, doctors have been zero help. If your life is like mine after MRSA, you are not alone.

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Re: Living on antimicrobials for life after MRSA
Reply #1 by Bob Anderson
Posted: October 6, 2017 at 23:02
Hello David -

You may have come to the right place to learn how to help yourself. Modern medicine is increasingly unable to be of much help with MRSA due to antibiotic resistance on the part of the bacteria. There are; however, some old-fashioned herbal folk remedies that still work and that are not subject to antibiotic resistance because the herbal folk remedy works in a more direct way than antibiotics that must be able to chemically bond with a receptor.

There is hope; just read the thread called Garlic Success Stories and read what the people wrote about their experiences. Those people do not post here anymore because they no longer have MRSA but have resumed their normal lives.

Read all of my garlic and garlic water posts in this forum and you will understand exactly how and why it works and maybe a series of nice, warm garlic water baths will help you relax and gain an enhanced sense of well-being.

Nobody here can give you any medical advice of any kind; all we can do is allow you to learn and grow from what you learn and you and your doctors can decide what, if anything, to do.

Good luck to you.


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Re: Living on antimicrobials for life after MRSA
Reply #2 by Maxwell
Posted: October 15, 2017 at 09:20
Hello David,
As pointed out by Bob here, I think he might be the God sent Doctor you crave for.
Thank God for giving us herbs. You need to try the garlic bath and fumes as directed, making sure they are not irriadated garlic, it is the key to success. Try cutting d garlic into half and looking for the symmetric golden green soft tissues running updown.

That tells u the garlic is alive and the alicin property can be activated when crushed and leave to stay for bout 30mins before use.
Only 2 - 3 cloves of the garlic would do for a bathtub filled with water and not the whole bulb cos some people mistake the bulb for cloves.

Remain positive and keep posting so Bob, can advise further.
We are all grateful to him.

I have had successful experience treating finger nail infection on my wife's right hand. It started with just one finger, then started spreading to other fingers. But thank God to Garlic and onions.

I live in Africa and organic garlic is abundant. The good news is that you do not need more than 4 - 5 cloves per day, cos allicin is very potent and very little amount is required.
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