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MRSA in Remission
Started by Jay Simpson
Posted: September 27, 2007 at 16:32
I have congenital MRSA. my father having suffered with bouts of it his whole life.
I have found a 'remission' cure. When little boils start to pop up, I take 3 grams or capsules of garlic and the boils dry up and go away. If I have a larger infestation due to my failure to take garlic early, I have found aloe vera to be an extremely good balm. Desitin, an anti-rash creme works well if an infestation gets out of hand.
I have gone through Z-pak treatment which is a megadosage of antibiotics. That works for a short while and then my MRSA pops up again. Only the garlic seems to have an effect, not a cure. But it's cheap, readily available at the grocery store and extremely effective, at least for this time.
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Reply #1 by Callie
Posted: September 27, 2007 at 20:37
are you in the USA perchance?
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Reply #2 by Andy
Posted: October 26, 2007 at 17:18
MRSA cannot be "congenital" it's not a genetic disease, it's an infection. MRSA is no more virulent than any other Staph Aureus strain, it's only the resistance to antibiotics, makes it harder to treat. I would wonder why your immune system isn't fighting it, do you have low immunity for any reason?

Are you sure it's MRSA? Go to the doctor next time boils come up, and get one burst and swabbed for bacterial AND viral infections.. It sounds more like a viral infection such as Herpes, if you're getting boils coming up even though your immune system is fine.
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Reply #3 by Callie
Posted: October 26, 2007 at 18:28
Andy, I asked if the Jay was in the US because they have a very different situation to us here in the UK - out there they have community acquired MRSA which presents as boils/spider bite type lesions.
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Reply #4 by G Anaka
Posted: September 27, 2010 at 16:05
Can MRSA go into remission whereby you are not contagious to close family members?
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Reply #5 by G Anaka
Posted: September 27, 2010 at 16:09
I am married to wonderful man. We still sleep in the same bed however I have been told I have MRSA. Can I spread this disease to my husband just by sleeping in the same bed? and can I expect to ever be MRSA free?
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Reply #6 by Amy B
Posted: September 19, 2011 at 17:02
Can my husband contact this from me?!
I know I have to wash my clothes alone with hot water.
My infection showed in my foot, very ugly. I guess I have to get rid of my tennis
shoes? I have been keeping the wound covered because it's gross and I'm afraid
I'll infect someone.
I think Ive had this for a while but it just attacked, can that happen? Sitting
dormant then raise it's ugly head and attack?
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Reply #7 by linda mccafferty
Posted: September 19, 2011 at 20:44
Yes it can Amy , i will give you a link to read do & dont's on hygiene Amy .....http://www.bupa.co.uk/individuals/health-information/directory/m/mrsa?tab=Common%20questions
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Reply #8 by Dorothy Gravois
Posted: October 1, 2011 at 08:38
My husband is in mrsa remission can he still give me mrsa
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Reply #9 by murphy
Posted: May 5, 2013 at 21:11
I have diagnosed mssa but antibiotic treatments have failed to provde
continued cure although they do seem to solve problems at the time. I have
always finushed the anyibiotic course but have always had resurgance of
problems with in a few months. Tests confirm mssa not mrsa.
I have found a few things that seem to help-keeping in mund many will call it
quackery so di your own research.
Strong Bleach baths to decolonize your body and nether regions have proved
invaluable in practical effect and peace of mind in feeling comfortable dealing
with family(giving daughter hugs etc).
Drinking a strong turmeric and water mixture twice a day as a blood cleaner(
alsowhitens teeth).
Cutting milk and sugar from diet and choosing high fiber carb options.
This is personal and deserves to be researched before deciding but i also use
colloidal silver internally as antibiotic- has worked wonders in that since
starting i have not had an episode.
Teatree oil on boils under a bandaid seems to dry them up and keep them from
spreading-
Good quality manuka honey in and on your nose when it swells and turns red
and super tender seems to get rid of it there. Then a bit of antibiotic ointment-
likeneosporin or better polysporin smeared in nose for maintenance.
Put garlic and turmeric on everything to eat ( sorry lol).
Im not saying dont go to the dr- however when it comes back and comes back
and comes back again- consider lifestyle changes that can only help-
My biggest issue was giving up beer and cold cereal in the mornings but as
opposed to losing this fight it is a small sacrifice. Chin up, do all these things,
check out colloidal silver see if it is right for you- and if youre lucky as me you
may just beat staph infection and get generally healthier as well.

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Reply #10 by margo
Posted: May 16, 2013 at 08:29
its different if u have it in your bloodstream there isnt nothing sorry
i know i have it in my bloodstream no amune system its gone done for now
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Reply #11 by Al ELLIS
Posted: May 9, 2019 at 20:10
Murphy, how much collodial silver do you consume at a time. Thanks
for the info.
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Reply #12 by HR_Puffinblunts
Posted: May 10, 2019 at 19:35
I'm not Margo but I suggest you try the mixture in the link below rather than just colloidal silver alone. https://experiencelife.com/article/home-protocols-for-pathogens-affecting-your-leaky-gut/

Also for you to consider is Master Tonic: https://fitlife.tv/this-is-the-most-powerful-natural-antibiotic-ever-literally-kills-any-infections-in-the-body_original/nutrition/ and Monolaurin pellets: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319590.php

Also to consider for use on a daily basis (after doing research of benefits and side effects): Magnesium 500 mg, Zinc 25 mg, Vitamin C 2000 mg, Lysine 500 mg, Vitamin D3/K2, Cod Liver Oil.

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