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Zombieye
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MRSA, Infection to Eye & Sinus :(
I have a MRSA infection in my eye and sinus, I am really concerned and worried.

I just spent a week in the hospital on Vancomycin via IV, and had to have stenoscopic surgery to clear out my sinus and they cut me open under my eye.

They released me from the hospital and gave me a 10 day prescription of bacitin.

The infection seemed like it was gone and I am still taking the bacitin anti-biotic - have 3 more days worth.

The infection is coming back with a vengeance; and my eye is beginning to hemorrhage again.

I need some help.

How can I get rid of this infection, what is the best Natural remedy ??

I am reviewing a whole bunch of sites, but I was hoping that there might be someone here that could make suggestions or might have some experience treating such an infection with essential oils and what not.

I have some Olive Leaf Extract pills.

What else should I get to wipe this thing out ?

:(
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So nobody ??

Well thanks, and fuck you all too.

whatever
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So nobody ??

Well thanks, and fuck you all too.

whatever
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My sister had MRSA in her leg, it is a vicious disease. Treatment with silver is supposed to be very effective. Good luck


[link to www.mrsamedical.com]
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I have a MRSA infection in my eye and sinus, I am really concerned and worried.

I just spent a week in the hospital on Vancomycin via IV, and had to have stenoscopic surgery to clear out my sinus and they cut me open under my eye.

They released me from the hospital and gave me a 10 day prescription of bacitin.

The infection seemed like it was gone and I am still taking the bacitin anti-biotic - have 3 more days worth.

The infection is coming back with a vengeance; and my eye is beginning to hemorrhage again.

I need some help.

How can I get rid of this infection, what is the best Natural remedy ??

I am reviewing a whole bunch of sites, but I was hoping that there might be someone here that could make suggestions or might have some experience treating such an infection with essential oils and what not.

I have some Olive Leaf Extract pills.

What else should I get to wipe this thing out ?

:(
 Quoting: Zombieye 325890

Something here may assist.
[link to www.earthclinic.com]
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Start eating garlic.
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Yeah, well this is in my eye and sinus; which is doubly detrimental.

I am freaking out, I spent a week in the hospital; and racked up a humoungous bill.
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Something here may assist.
[link to www.earthclinic.com]
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Yes, I have that site open; thankyou.
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Start eating garlic.
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I did that for a couple of months when the h1n1 panic first started.

So far it looks like:

Colloidal Silver
Manuka Honey
Tumeric

and that's about as far as I have gotten
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A study was just completed recently that found Thyme oil kills MRSA. Google it, I don't have linky.
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Yeah, well this is in my eye and sinus; which is doubly detrimental.

I am freaking out, I spent a week in the hospital; and racked up a humoungous bill.
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Just do it.

Have a beverage handy. Take small bites, chew and swallow.

It will kill the MRSA.

I Know.
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Well, I didn't really plan on posting any more today.

I will post this one note, but I won't be logging back in to respond to questions.

In the old days, before antibiotics, medical doctors used silver drops to combat eye and mucous infections. For example, babies were given silver eye drops when they were born, to prevent eye infections.

Today in medical science, silver is making a comeback for topical infections because of the antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria that are developing and spreading.

There's a lot of medical research on this lately. Most recently, battlefield dressings and other treatments are being quickly developed for use in Iraq on account of a new antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria there.

Small amounts of topical silver or silver solution eye drops are not toxic. You might want to go to a health food store and get some "colloidal silver" in a bottle with a dropper, and use them as eye drops to help your infection.

Just Google for papers and articles on this subject. Below is a quote from a medical journal article that describes successful treatment of different kinds of antibiotic resistant bacteria with different kinds of silver preparations.

Good luck, OP!
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Wound management in an era of increasing bacterial antibiotic resistance: A role for topical silver treatment

J. Barry Wright PhD, Kan Lam BSc and Robert E. Burrell PhD
American Journal of Infection Control, Volume 26, Issue 6

Background: Antibiotic-resistant bacteria represent an increasing concern in wound infections. Wound colonization with these organisms normally results in aggressive management of the wound complicated by a greatly limited choice of therapeutic antibiotics. Silver and other noble metals are recognized as potential allies in combating these organisms in wounds.

Methods: Three types of topical silver applications were tested to determine their bactericidal efficacies against clinical isolates of antibiotic-resistant organisms. The silver-based applications represent 3 methods of applying silver to wounds: as a liquid (silver nitrate), incorporated in a cream (silver sulfadiazine) and as a dressing coating (silver-coated dressings). The reduction in the viable bacterial population recovered from test articles after exposure to silver provided a comparative measure of the bactericidal efficacies of these silver applications.

Results: All of the products demonstrated an ability to reduce the number of viable bacteria. However, the methods varied in their efficacy against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, with the silver-coated dressing being the most efficacious and silver nitrate the least efficacious. Conclusions: Silver was demonstrated to be effective at killing the antibiotic-resistant strains tested. The silver-coated dressing was particularly rapid at killing the tested bacteria and was effective against a broader range of bacteria. Silver may be a useful prophylactic or therapeutic agent for the prevention of wound colonization by organisms that impede healing, including antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
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It would help you to CHILL OUT once in awhile...

you have the ability to heal yourself > start Loving Yourself.


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Re: MRSA, Infection to Eye & Sinus :(
I have a MRSA infection in my eye and sinus, I am really concerned and worried.

I just spent a week in the hospital on Vancomycin via IV, and had to have stenoscopic surgery to clear out my sinus and they cut me open under my eye.

They released me from the hospital and gave me a 10 day prescription of bacitin.

The infection seemed like it was gone and I am still taking the bacitin anti-biotic - have 3 more days worth.

The infection is coming back with a vengeance; and my eye is beginning to hemorrhage again.

I need some help.

How can I get rid of this infection, what is the best Natural remedy ??

I am reviewing a whole bunch of sites, but I was hoping that there might be someone here that could make suggestions or might have some experience treating such an infection with essential oils and what not.

I have some Olive Leaf Extract pills.

What else should I get to wipe this thing out ?

:(
 Quoting: Zombieye 325890


BTW do not forget to take probiotics since you were on antibiotics.
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OP, I don't know what to tell you. This is too serious to offer first aid advice which is about all we have here. Humongous bill or not, I think you have to go back to the doctor with this. You sight could be a risk.

I am sorry this happened to you and wish I knew of an answer but worry about the bill later. Make small payments monthly and they are not likely to sue even if it's only $5.

I think professional help is the only kind for something where your vision is involved.
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Re: MRSA, Infection to Eye & Sinus :(
Don't fret, please.

The less stress you put on your body, the better. So try to think in terms of healing, it might sound silly but there's actual scientific evidence to indicate that it has a positive effect on the body's immune response.

You should get some Dimethylsulfoxide. DMSO. It's important that you mix it freshly every time prior to use. DMSO is a transdermal carrier with rapid anti-infammatory properties, therefore, it can go directly through the skin, and it can take other compounds with it. In addition to that, it has solvent properties as well, which means that you need to only use a glass container to mix it, and a clean white linen cloth to apply it. Mix the solution 50% DMSO and 50% purified water. You can get the DMSO from a chemical supplier or from your local feed store. It's about $10 for a small bottle. Or $30 by the gallon. The DMSO that you buy from the chemical supplier will be more potent as it has not been oxidized to the same extent as the DMSO found in small containers at the feed store.

Apply it twice per day. It will be a relief to the pain, and will bring down the swelling. It will also help to dry a very wet wound out. Just apply it to the areas around your sutures, and on your forehead, atop you sinus cavities and the outer area around the eyes. Be careful not to get it too close to the eye. The idea is just to get it to soak into the skin a bit.

It has a garlicy smell and stinks, but it won't hurt you as long as you apply it correctly and in the right dosage.

As for helping to fight the infection. You may be able to apply essential oil of oregano after applying the DMSO and while the skin is still wet with it. This depends on the quality of the oil, as whatever is in the oil will be carried transdermally through the skin by the DMSO. Oil of oregano is a natural antibiotic. Goldenseal oil is very potent as an antibiotic as well. You'll need to get the purest you can find to use in conjunction with the DMSO. do not mix the oils together, apply seperately. some essential oils must be diluted with a mild carrier oil before using.


You will notice an immediate difference in your infection after applying the DMSO. By the end of the first week, it will begin itching as it heals from the inside out. You need to be VERY consistant with your use of the antibiotics. If the antibiotic levels go below a certain threshold in your body, the bacteria will mutate and become resistant, this is the hallmark of MRSA and why it is so difficult to get rid of.

You need to baby yourself, and remember that your body has carried you through life valiantly. It has never let you down before, it will not let you down this time. Be grateful to your body, and your immune system will respond accordingly. Make sure you get alot of fluids.

Please take care. I do hope you let me know how this worked out for you, I've seen it work miracles on post-surgery patients that have caught MRSA from hospitals.
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Ok, thankyou 'everyone'.

I really do appreciate it.

.. and yes I do need to chill out :)
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Finish the antibiotics before you try anything else, If they work you don't want to try anything new right away.
When finised with the antibiotics (they continue to work for a few days afterward)
Try 1tbl. organic extra virgin coconut oil, b-12,( some people take Apple Cider Vinegar, no experience with that,) drink Tulsi tea,organic green tea, pau D' Arco tea (caffeine free) a good multivitamin with no added flavors, colors or msg., Super Quercitin. Clean up your diet for four weeks straight. No flouride, eat organic green food - no sugar, no alcohol, no wheat, no coffee. Fruit limited to fresh pineapple, apples, watermelon,bananas, all organic in limited amounts.
If you can take it - cayenne pepper, cinnamon, turmeric, sea salt and only sea salt mixed in an organic green drink.
You might give your body a fighting chance.
Drink lots of water, flouride free and chemical free.
After four weeks I would add 1tbl. manuka honey, buy the best you can. Be sure and take Acidophilus starting today, on an empty stomach. Stay away from all milk products for now.
Pretty severe, but you are trying to give your body a fighting chance.
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If I had to venture a guess, I would guess that you might be overweight and diabetic (type I or II) or that your body ingests and harbors a lot of glucose/sugar, etc. From what I have experienced, MRSA seems to thrive in overweight, high glucose human bodies. If this is true or you suspect this may be true, you need to DRAMATICALLY CUT DOWN on your glucose levels - right this instant! . . . and stay off the sugar/glucose for the rest of your life, as MRSA can come back on you several times if you lose your sugar/glucose discipline. The Bactrim does not work well if it is trying to fight the MRSA while inside a high glucose environment.

Someone else mentioned colloidal silver. However, there is too much misinformation about colloidal silver out there for most people to use it wisely. From what I know about colloidal silver, the retail over the counter stuff is not very genuine or effective. You need a small, personal COLLOIDAL SILVER GENERATOR made by a scientist/engineer who knows how to create the right ratio of ions to volume and temperature of distilled water, electrical energy input per time, size and purity of silver anodes & cathodes, etc. Most people don't event know the proper generation system to use or the parts per million of colloidal silver that is the most effective in fighting many types of bacteria. Most people don't even know that colloidal silver loses it's effectiveness if it is left out in sunlight or in a clear bottle for too long. Hopefully, colloidal silver will become more accepted and more people will become aware of how to use it wisely.

That being said, you could try colloidal silver topically. I don't know about its impact on the eyeball/eye socket nor in the sinus cavity. However, if you wanted to get a bit radical, jury rig a Rube Goldberg solution by getting some duct tape or highly adhesive medical tape, a school sandwich-sized plastic Hefty plastic bag, and some 4" x 4" cotton bandage swaps. Sit all the way back in a fully reclined recliner chair, but at an angle so that a colloidal solution in your eye won't fall out back over your forehead and down your back -- in other words, repose at an incline of about 140 degrees or so.

Have your friend or life partner make a u-shaped plastic-backed bandage BUCKET for pouring the colloidal silver over your eyes/eye socket, inside of the bucket. Do it this way. Cut out a 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" square if plastic from the Hefty plastic sandwich bag - just one layer is fine. Place the plastic square on top of the 4" x 4" cotton swap. Join the plastic backing and the cotton swap together with the duct tape, but do it so that at least a 1 1/2" width of duct tape can adhere to your cheek and your temples and nose. Do this by adhering strips of duct tape to the EAST, SOUTH, and WEST edges of the 4" x 4" Hefty plastic backed cotton swap. Make two of these. One for each eye/eye socket. Apply one plastic backed cotton swap BUCKET to each eye/eye socket. While you are at a 140 degree repose, have your partner pour the colloidal silver into each bucket. Probably a shot glass amount of solution for each eye. Don't worry if stuff dribbles down your face. It's harmless. Keep it in your eye/eye socket for at least 20 to 30 minutes. Do this once every 4 hours for a total of 4 times a day.

I have swished colloidal silver as a mouthwash for 20 minutes and then spit it out. Some people I know have imbibed colloidal silver in order to get the silver into the blood stream through the digestive system. However, you then need to eat some yoghurt several hours later in order to restore beneficial bacteria to your digestive system, since the colloidal silver will downsize your beneficial bacteria levels in the process of attacking the bad bacteria.

I am not a physician and this note does NOT constitute medical advice. However, I know a fair amount about proper colloidal silver technology as well as suitable techniques for it's topical application, use as a mouthwash, and its application via ingestion.

Good luck. Lose the sugar/glucose immediately!
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Cut off the infected limb - or head.
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i was starting a bad infection in my lower jaw again, it was in my teeth and sinusus first. after a big course of antibiotics it went a way but came back. the other day i made a pizza sandwich with a table spoon of garlic, and now the infection is gone, last night i made another garlic sandwich just to make sure, works really fast.
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You are either a troll

or

real stupid.

MESA can kill in hours. Get to the hospital ASAP.

DUH
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I am going to try and hit it with a combo of natural remedies, but if it is not better by monday or so; I will go back to the hospital.
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I have a MRSA infection in my eye and sinus, I am really concerned and worried.
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You could try a salt drain/ nasal lavage first

[link to www.mayoclinic.com]
or
[link to www.wikihow.com]


An alternative is to get your hands on Tea Tree Oil...its a fantastic anti fungal and we use it for everything!


For relief only, you could try an old aussie method of putting eucalyptus oil or " vicks vapour rub" into steamking hot water...put your head over it and put a towel over your head...breath in the fumes.

Tips:
* boost your immune system - lots of leafy greens and veg, citrus and cleansing diet.

* Try Colloidal Silver - has worked in labs to beat mrsa.

* Try Oxyboost..
[link to www.regenerativenutrition.com]

* vget to a herbalist or natropath and get some essential oils designed for Staph infection.


hope it gets better soon.
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You are either a troll

or

real stupid.

MESA can kill in hours. Get to the hospital ASAP.

DUH
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You either can't read at all. Or lack basic reading comprehension.

DER!
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5 easy ways to eat raw garlic to help with an infection

(1) grated/minced raw in salsa that you eat with chips

(2) stir in a couple of cloves of minced/grated raw garlic to hot chili after heating it and before eating

(3) add a couple of cloves of raw garlic, minced/grated or mashed, to vinegar and oil salad dressing along with some herbs

(4) eat Kimchee, a Korean saurkraut-like probiotic salad made with raw garlic, ginger, red pepper and fermented cabbage

(5) stir a couple of cloves of raw minced/grated garlic to spaghetti sauce after heating it and before eating it... eat with whole wheat pasta
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I am going to try and hit it with a combo of natural remedies, but if it is not better by monday or so; I will go back to the hospital.
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please try the garlic,it works fast.and get to the doctor.
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I am going to try and hit it with a combo of natural remedies, but if it is not better by monday or so; I will go back to the hospital.
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Be careful not to do too much at once. Some rememdies don't work well in conjunction with others.
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OP I am really sorry to hear this has happened to you.

While there's been lots of good advice given, I don't think any of the suggestions are enough to help you.

Like others have said, you need to get to a hospital b/c your sight is involved.

I recommend getting to the doctor ASAP.

By the way, any idea how you might have contracted MRSA?
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OP I am really sorry to hear this has happened to you.

While there's been lots of good advice given, I don't think any of the suggestions are enough to help you.

Like others have said, you need to get to a hospital b/c your sight is involved.

I recommend getting to the doctor ASAP.

By the way, any idea how you might have contracted MRSA?
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Hospitals.

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