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BACTRIM: Treatment For Bacterial Infections

Hi 133949 ~
Suggest you take Bactrim only if secondary bacterial infections develop, as noted in the Albendazole & Ivermectin Protocol ~ Strongyloides, Morgellons, & Filariasis  ( 
"Antibiotics:  Parasites, larva, & eggs that migrate or scatter carry enteric bacteria & pathogens from the GI tract.  They may (but not always) spread bacterial infections throughout the body (e.g., respiratory tract, mucous membranes, genitourinary tract, organs, skin, soft tissue, eyes, ears, etc).
At the beginning of parasite drug treatment, I took Bactrim DS (Double-Strength), 800/160mg, twice daily, for 4 weeks, for soft tissue, sinus, urinary tract, & lung bacterial infections caused by dissemminated parasites & die-off.....  
If you don't have bacterial infections (such as those listed above), skip taking the Bactrim.  However, suggest you keep a supply of this antibiotic on hand for infections that may develop from die-off after starting drug treatment....."

Hope this info clarifies the use of Bactrim.

Good luck & keep us posted on your progress!

Cheers ~~ ICU 

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