I was 48 hours away from pushing up daisies when I was admitted to the ER with a MRSA that covered my entire abdomen.
, golden seal, echinaciea and other immune boosters will only help fight this off - I went through 2 1/2 months of Bactrim and I was also given the Mupirocen to line my nostrils with. There is a colloidal silver nose spray that you might find helpful. Hopefully, the Manuka Honey directions will be posted, shortly!
Your doctor had NO BUSINESS lancing the leisions! According to the Infectious Diseases specialist and the CDC rep that saw me, lancing is the most dangerous and futile exercises possible in treating MRSA. Unlike other infections, MRSA is a topical staph that is picked up through direct contact. Opening a MRSA only allows the infection to be spread more thoroughly!
Have you been given the decontamination protocol, yet?
+Wipe down all household surfaces using clorox solution: includes doorknobs, counters, toilette seats, sinks, faucets, etc.
+Wash ALL BED LINENS in HOT WATER using Borax, every morning.
+Wash ALL TOWELS, WASHCLOTHS, HANDTOWELS, ETC. in HOT WATER using Borax, every morning.
+Scrub, according to directions, with "Hibicleanse" each morning and evening - can be purchased OTC at any pharmacy.
+Wash hands frequently using Hibicleanse, particularly for children.
+DO NOT, under any circumstances, lance, pop, or intentionally rupture a MRSA - when it erupts on its own, the staphlococcus cells are likely dead.
+Treat opened leisions with prescribed antibiotic salve and you may choose to use colloidal silver spray - change dressings OFTEN and use only STERILE GUAZE SPONGES.
MRSA can and does kill - there is NO journalism covering this deadly outbreak and there hasn't been since it began rearing its ugly head, long ago. MRSA is a product of our over-medicated physiologies, antibiotics in our food sources (meats, poultry, eggs, dairy, etc.), and our own demands for antibiotic prescriptions when we should have been riding out a mild infection.
My best wishes to you and keep an eye on all of your family members and friends - MRSA is extremely contagious and all members of your immediate family should be involved in all aspects of the household and personal protocols.
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