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Baby with MRSA in Lymph Nodes
Started by Brandi
|Posted: May 8, 2018 at 21:23|
My 3 month old granddaughter just got out of the hospital from having
MRSA in her lymph nodes. Her nodes had started swelling and
continued to swell for a week before she was admitted to the
hospital. They determined that she had an abscess in both nodes
(behind her ears). Once they drained them, they were able to
determine that she had MRSA. How does this even happen? No skin
infection, no one else sick...should we be concerned about it coming
back? Is it possible to get MRSA from cats? Thanks for any help.
Re: Baby with MRSA in Lymph Nodes
Reply #1 by Bob Anderson
|Posted: May 9, 2018 at 14:06|
Hello Brandi -
Who knows? It's hard to say where or how she might have acquired it as staph bacteria are ubiquitous, that is, everywhere. Babies pick up and handle everything and taste everything as they learn to cope with their newfound existence. It's amazing to me that they don't get sick more than they do.
I am responding, not because I have any answers for you but because I believe that everyone who contacts this forum should get some kind of response even though I am not a doctor of any kind nor do I want to be.
People have been dealing with staph infections for thousands of years and have developed effective folk remedies to help them cope. I discuss one of those folk remedies, natural garlic, extensively and in great detail throughout this forum. You might consider reading the Garlic Success Stories thread to read about what happened when people tried the garlic water baths I discuss.
These days it is especially hard to deal with bacterial infections because many strains have become resistant to antibiotics and as a result, antibiotics are far less effective than they once were due to antibiotic resistance and it is getting worse all the time and eventually they will be completely useless. What are you and your family going to do then as millions of people worldwide die from staph infections that were once easily curable with antibiotics?
Natural options will be the main approach because the custom phage treatments are so expensive only the wealthy can afford them and besides, they take time and some people may not have that much time left.
If you find anything interesting in the Garlic Success Stories thread, you might consider reading my garlic and garlic water posts to see and understand what people are talking about. Natural garlic is not an antibiotic but an antimicrobial that is not subject to antibiotic resistance and so, diluted in water and absorbed through the skin, transdermally, it accomplishes results that antibiotics no longer can. By the way, the pharma bros have no plans to develop any cheap natural medicine that cures, they want people to have to have expensive medicines all the rest of their lives and still have their diseases.
Learn all you can about MRSA and ALL of the available treatments, mainstream or alternative and make your decisions from a more knowledgeable perspective. We are each fully responsible for the results our decision-making produces, especially in the area of health care. Knowledge is power; learn all you can.
Good luck to you and your family.