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bloodborne MRSA therapy
Posted by Angelo
Last Reply February 10, 2016 at 18:46
Started February 10, 2016 at 18:46
hi all, we are developing a therapy for blood-borne MRSA infections.
They have to be blood borne. I wanted to get feedback as to how many
people get these and what is the disease progression. Also, chat off
like with experts. Please contact me via email at agaitas@fiu.edu

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book MRSA Secrets Revealed
Posted by Colin
Last Reply January 29, 2016 at 02:55
Started June 2, 2010 at 23:01
Has anyone bought the book MRSA Secrets Revealed or read this book ?
http://www.staph-infection-resources.com/

My son keeps getting mrsa and normal treatment does not seem to stop reinfection, I'm trying to find information on alternatives herbal etc but cant find any reviews on this book anywhere.

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Will MRSA kill me?
Posted by Sheree
Last Reply January 28, 2016 at 17:25
Started March 11, 2012 at 01:20
Australia. I've had this infection for more than 6 years. It manifests in my skin as small pustules (which I was told was spider bites by a dermatologist!) that tingle and itch so much I scratch them in my sleep and then they turn into little sores. The worst is the larger sores on my face. They are like big blind pimples that never come to a head. They tingle and itch SO MUCH and are sore to touch and sometimes get close to my eyes and I get conjunctivitis that won't go away.I get outbreaks of these all the time. I rarely go out in order to avoid contact with others and passing it on to them. Some friends I've not seen for years. I use nasal antibiotic gel twice a day and that seems to work from time to time. If I don't use it at all... the infection comes back much, much worse.
My greatest fear is that as I get older my body will become less resistant and the infection will kill me? anyone else have this fear?


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Joint pain and MRSA
Posted by Issy
Last Reply January 26, 2016
Started February 7, 2008 at 09:17
I work in a hospital and contracted MRSA in October this was treated and I thought everything was fine,early December I got a really painful finger I just thought it was the cold weather and maybe a bit of Arthritis,however since then the joint pain has got progressively worse and affecting every joint in my body some days I can barely walk I am wondering if this is related to the MRSA as I had nothing like this prior to contracting MRSA,it all started wthin weeks of that,I have never had any joint pain before,I'm worried that the MRSA may be in my bloodstream and this is what is causing the severe joint pain.

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Anyone tried honey, garlic and it didn't work?
Posted by Synergy
Last Reply January 14, 2016 at 01:59
Started January 14, 2016 at 01:59
Anyone here try natural remedies that DID NOT WORK? There are a huge amount of opinions and disagreements, including among some medical doctors and chiropractors on what to do about curing mrsa. Nobody has the ultimate solution. At this forum most people write desperately about what to do. A few tout special honey and special garlic, and swear these remedies either help or cure mrsa. Has anyone here actually with mrsa tried the honey/garlic approach where this DID NOT WORK? This is important to know.

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Returning to work after MRSA
Posted by Sarah - UK
Last Reply January 14, 2016 at 01:53
Started October 18, 2007 at 01:58
Hi There

I have been negative of MRSA for a few months after the birth of my daughter by C Section. My maternity leave ends in Jan and I am discussing with my work flexible working. Due to my wound still not being fully healed, I am unable to return to work for the 30hrs that they want and have put forward a suggestion of 25hrs, which I think they are going to refuse.

My Employer is writing to my Doctor for verification of my current situation, which I find an insult. What I really want to know, are recovering MRSA patients covered by the Disability Act or Similar???. I just want to rtn to work and be normal again, but I am still receiving weekly nursing care to check my wound. I cannot believe that they are being so difficult as I have always been a loyal member of staff and now I feel discriminated against due to my illness.

Any advice would be really welcomed as I am so upset about all this, and have not got the energy to fight anymore!!

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I hate doctors
Posted by robert
Last Reply January 9, 2016 at 18:35
Started January 9, 2016 at 18:35
They refuse to treat you with IV antibiotics unless you look like you
are dying. So I'm just sitting here diseased waiting for the MRSA to
infest me further. Hopefully it goes into my bloodstream soon or
blinds me so it bumps me up a priority code.

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Mrsa
Posted by John
Last Reply December 31, 2015 at 16:21
Started December 31, 2015 at 16:21
My wife has MRSA and Hepatitus with Liver Failure/And Diabetes,
with an infection in her spine. She was shooting up Opana and
contracted Hepatitus with Liver Failure. was offered Treatment and
refused. She the somehow got MRSA and it keep outbreaking over and
over and antibiotics doesn't seem to be working now she has an
infection in her spine supposedly from bone spurs. and a colapsed
lung on top of that. Will MRSA attack the collapsed lung and push
the infection in her spine to advance she was told she could be
admitted do to haveing MRSA. I didn't think a hospital coould send
you home with a colapsed lung. due to protocall of not 100 percent
breathing. Some info would greatly be appreciated. Thanks

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MRSA in the lungs
Posted by Mia
Last Reply December 31, 2015 at 16:10
Started July 10, 2004 at 21:03
My father has had recurring episodes of MRSA in his lungs for two years now, he's at the moment just coming into the third week of his stay in hospital this time round. The Vancomycin seems to ward the bacteria off for a while but it always comes back (usually after approx 6 weeks). I see so much on the news and in the papers about MRSA in open wounds but have seen nothing about it internally. Does anyone else have any experience of this? Any info would be greatly appreciated!

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This might help
Posted by Rebecca
Last Reply December 30, 2015 at 09:08
Started December 30, 2015 at 09:08
This might help you.

Get the following essential oils:

Frankincense
Tea tree
Oregano
Myrrh

They are all antibacterial

Get manuka honey make sure strength is 24+

Buy organic garlic make sure when you crush it, it has green stalk running
through it. turmeric pills, coconut oil (organic), Epsom salts.
Get a multivitamin, reshi mushroom pills, oh yeah get turmeric powder.

What to do:
Daily garlic baths with all esstrial oils combined. 5 or more drops from all. Crush
gariilc and let it sit for 15 mins before you put it in bath. Sit in bath for 20 mins

After your bath use, interchangeable the oils, use two at a time at lest twice daily.
You'd dab with wool or swab the oils on. Add manuka honey and turmeric past
made from the coconut oil and powdered turmeric on also. Cover with bandage.

Swob your nose with the oils, and and oregano to water 3 drops and Gurgle once
per day.


Take daily the vitamins. But reshi and turmeric take two tables ..... read more

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Try this
Posted by Rebecca
Last Reply December 30, 2015 at 08:51
Started December 30, 2015 at 08:51
http://oxygenhealing.co.uk/about-hbot/what-is-hbot/

Try looking at the link about hyperbaric chambers, this treatment will help.

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2 herbs for MRSA
Posted by Cesar Martinez
Last Reply December 29, 2015 at 05:52
Started December 29, 2015 at 05:52

I took a product called Antibio Herbs which worked very well for my
MRSA. It is a formula well studied and researched. The company
took the time to find herbs & their active ingredients to come up with
this formula.

I have been given several antibiotics for an infection which seem to
appear again and again.
Finally, I was diagnosed with MRSA and was worried because now I
realize why a wound is not healing for long with repeated treatments.
Also I understand that antibiotiIcs can be the cause of MRSA, this
bacteria can develop resistance to several antibiotics.
But I have used this product for some time and it is superior to any I
have used before, my wound has closed and is healing.
It is available from
http://follownaturesway.com/infections-sepsis--mrsa.html


Once I found that this formula the herbs actually make antibiotics
work better, then I combined it w... read more

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MSSA infection
Posted by Vic B
Last Reply December 12, 2015 at 04:42
Started January 24, 2007 at 12:27
I caught the terrible disease MSSA in June 2005 after a spell in hospital for a simple problem. After 2 spinal operations and a long spell in hospital I am free of the disease but the after effects are still affecting me. IE I have very little feeling in the lower half of my body, except for endless pain. Is anyone able to advise me on what I can do? My GP is not able to offer any help, all I am told is that "the nerve ends are affected and feeling will return"But when!!! I feel that the NHS has abandoned me. HELP!!.

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How Important Fungal Antigens Test Are
Posted by venus
Last Reply November 27, 2015 at 02:55
Started November 27, 2015 at 02:55
Fungus is the member in a big group which are made by eukaryotic
organisms containing
microorganisms. Most of them are not detrimental to human body, but
some will lead to
fungal disease. The reason is that biological compounds will be
produced by fungi and some of compounds are harmful to plants, animals
and human body. Fungus is mostly in every place.Thus people are easy to
get attacked by harmful fungus. It will cause skin and lung infection.

Test fungal bacterial components and fungal antigens, which is a
significant ways to diagnose fungal infection in modern clinics.
Reource: http://www.creative-diagnostics.com/blog/index.php/how-
important-fungal-antigens-test-are/

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MRSA caught after c-section
Posted by Joanna Young
Last Reply November 26, 2015 at 12:18
Started September 13, 2006 at 13:31
I had my little boy by c-section at St Richards Hospital in Chichester and contracted MRSA. This was in June. I am really disappointed with the lack of information/blase attitude towards this infection by midwives and medical staff. They were not even going to swab my little boy but I demanded they do so. Am still feeling run down and not quite myself. Am being regularly swabbed to see if the infection is still present in my wound. I am frustrated by the lack of information and blase attitude. I feel now I should write to St Richards and my local surgery to give them a patients perspective. Hopefully i will be clear soon. This is the last thing you need when you have a newborn.

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after effects of MRSA on the body
Posted by David
Last Reply November 25, 2015 at 15:09
Started October 20, 2006 at 14:57
My question is are there lasting effects on a person's body long after the MRSA is treated. Such as extreem tiredness, lack of energy etc.

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Need advice on what to do
Posted by Joan
Last Reply November 18, 2015 at 21:33
Started November 18, 2015 at 21:33
Hi I was rushed to emergency department of very bad abdominal pain that gets
severe and end up to major operation..when I arrive the hospital I was scrub with
swabs for mrsa test as the hospital protocol to follow..after few days I had my
emergency operation and as I came back to the ward the next day the mrsa swab
result arrive and was positive of it...I worked in a residential dementia nursing
home as before I was rushed on emergency I have been unwell and poorly and
was even working that week ..in that place I worked is so un-clean filth and smells
as not being done proper clean by he housekeeper and staffs plus had few
residents who are mrsa ..although I use the right personal protection equipment
PPE still got contacted with the virus ..please I need advice on what to do as I
now had major operation and plus I'm mrsa positive and doesn't like to be on
barrier nursing as it makes me feel that I'm dangerous to other people plus I got a
little child who i... read more

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Compensation
Posted by JL
Last Reply November 18, 2015 at 21:32
Started October 9, 2004 at 15:54
Does anyone have any examples of the sums paid in compensation to sufferers of MRSA.

I have a family member whose serious infection led to septicaemia and renal failure. He is 50 and will not work again. We'd like some guidance on how to pitch his claim.

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can anyone tell me the smell of MRSA?
Posted by scard about misdiagnosis
Last Reply November 12, 2015 at 05:40
Started May 23, 2005 at 05:56
I had a tummy tuck in Dec, I got ascites from the wound not healing . the Plastic surgeon had to aspirate, but the cleansing technique he used was "lacking" shall we say ... I had a cyst on my ovary burst 3 weeks ago .. I hemorrhaged and almost died.
I have never had any female /ovary problems before..
I was referred to an oncologist who wants to do a complete hysterectomy..
since the ovary burst, I noticesd a sicky sweet discharge odor .. I told the Dr. about it .. she put me on flagyl for 1 week.. It went away in two days .. it is now 1 week after antibiotics finished, and the smell is back ..
I made the connection that although it is really strong now .. since the surgery in Dec I had a mild odor, but frequent baths kept it in check.. now the smell is terrible 2 hrs after a shower
DOES ANY ONE KNOW WHAT MRSA SMELLS LIKE?
also .. could I have it in my abdomen .. and not be running a fever or have elevated white blood cells? I am scheduled for the hyst.. right after... read more

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strange bone and joint pain
Posted by Kitten
Last Reply October 25, 2015 at 16:26
Started February 10, 2007 at 09:58
I have been batteling staph infection since 2001. I have an out break about 2 times a year and it is treated by bactrim and rifampin. After a few doses it goes away. I have an infected spot now on my cheak not any where else. BUT my wrist and elbos hurt very bad. Has anyone had this happen before.

Thanks, Kitten

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