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Can you get MRSA 10 years apart?
Started by Cakers
|Posted: November 3, 2017 at 20:45|
I had a boil on my buttock in 2007, which turned into MRSA. After a
lot of wound care, it was cured (so I thought).
Now, 10 years later, after an injection in my buttock, I have a boil
starting. I was going to lance it myself, however I remembered the
history of MRSA and now I'm scared to death!
Of note, I have an excellent immune system and have had zero problems
in the last 10 years. I had a doctor look at it (he did not know my
hx) and he said to leave it alone. That was 2 weeks ago and now it's
getting bigger. Should I consult a surgeon? Could it be MRSA again?
Re: Can you get MRSA 10 years apart?
Reply #1 by Bob Anderson
|Posted: November 5, 2017 at 03:43|
If you've been without symptoms for 10 years, it's probably a new infection.
I am not a doctor of any kind so I cannot give you any medical advice. All I can do is discuss an old-fashioned herbal folk remedy that people have been reporting success using and let you and your doctor decide what, if anything, to do.
Antibiotic resistance is causing all mainstream antibiotics to be less effective in killing bacteria as time goes by and eventually, none of them will be able to kill any bacteria because they will become unable chemically bond with the bacteria, which they must do in order to kill them.
Strange as it might sound at first, natural (non-irradiated) garlic in a garlic water bath kills all bacteria on contact, no matter how resistant they are to pharmaceutical antibiotics, the allicin in crushed raw garlic kills them all on contact, inexpensively at home.
If this sounds of interest to you, please go back to the list of topics page and search this forum for my garlic and garlic water threads and you will learn more about garlic than you ever even suspected existed. You will never look at garlic the same way you used to.
While you're at it, look up the Garlic Success Stories thread where people post about what happened when they tried the garlic water. None of those people post here anymore because they no longer have MRSA and they are back to living their normal lives. If you want to know more or hear other people's stories, Google garlic water or garlic water baths and see what you find.
The more you understand what your true options are, the more informed decisions you and your doctor can make with regard to your own personal health.