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Recurring MRSA but no skin boils, only sick
Started by Sally
|Posted: March 19, 2018 at 19:52|
I was diagnosed with MRSA after surgery on my abdomen. I went to
urgent care with all the tell tale signs of a MRSA infected wound
on one part of my surgical incision and culture came back
positive. Did 2 rounds of Clindamyacin and it took about 3 months
for feeling to return to my R leg.
I got run down, exhausted, etc. recently and seem to have a
reactivated MRSA. I am beyond fatigued, and also have capsular
contracture around one breast implant, confirmed by my surgeon. I
think it's MRSA that infected the implant site but he just wants
me on Singulaire in the hopes those muscle fibres relax.
Do any of you get recurrence but no boils, no skin lesions? I
went into mild sepsis (if there is such a thing) over the weekend
and that was scary but I took an antibiotic I have left over (not
Clindamyacin) and that got me out of a septic place.
I am using collodial silver, garlic, oil of oregano, and green
juices, no alcohol, I don't do drugs or smoke. I am worried
because my right leg is going numb again with tingling and I have
the zinger type feelings on my right side, same side as the
contracted implant. I'm weak, no fever, but had chills, shortness
of breath, tons of heart pain, swelling, etc with going into
I had big cognitive issues with MRSA and do not want to feel like
Re: Recurring MRSA but no skin boils, only sick
Reply #1 by Bob Anderson
|Posted: March 20, 2018 at 03:52|
Hello Sally -
I'm sorry you are having such a hard time of it these days and I hope you find relief and get back to your real life soon.
Unfortunately, you have a case of MRSA during this time of antibiotic resistance where commercial antibiotics are becoming less effective all the time now and eventually will have no effect against bacterial infections. What are you and your doctors going to do then?
Luckily, an antimicrobial in natural garlic, allicin, is not affected by antibiotic resistance because it kills in a more direct way and kills bacteria on contact no matter how resistant they may be to antibiotics. It's not modern medicine but an old herbal folk remedy that we have come to understand exactly how and why it works and how to use it to relax and feel good and gain an enhanced sense of well being.
Not being a doctor nor wanting to be one, I can't give you any medical advice. You mentioned garlic; I know more about garlic than the average bear, please tell me what kind of garlic you got, where you got it and how you used it. Garlic is more effective when used in some ways than others and it makes a difference what kind of garlic one uses as different varieties yield different results.
If you will read my garlic and garlic water posts in this forum, you will be amazed at what natural (non-irradiated) garlic can do when used properly. There is also a Garlic Success Stories thread started by people in this forum who tried the garlic water baths and some were quite successful but others, not so much for various reasons. whatever else, it is educational and the more you know the more informed decisions you can make.
Yes, there is still hope.