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Best pet antibiotics for humans?

 
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ok.Really good question.Please excuse my spelling.Have friend that is 80 years old. Ive known her for a long time. She takes fish antibiotics,Like tetracycling,and amoxicyllin. I would not use meds that are for dogs and cats. She cant afford the meds doctors give her so she gets fish meds. She says its works well.Shes being doing this for 20 years now and she is so so so healthy. There my imput.No cat and dog meds fish meds yes
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Fish antibiotics ... right on.
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I'm using amoxicillan and have been for about two years because of a tooth infection that keeps coming back. I have an impacted wisdom tooth that would cost a lot to get pulled but I don't feel like spending the outrageous amount of money to get it pulled.
So if the pain gets bad for a week or so I pop some asprin and every month or two I take amoxicillin for a week or so.
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You should try MMS. I bet you gut is full of candida which weakens your immune which makes the infection come back.
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OK all you survivalists, what is the best all-around pet antibiotic for humans. And, how do you figure dosage? By weight, as indicated for the pet?

I am looking to get some just in case...I understand that humans can actually use pet antibiotics safely.
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by weight... i buy mine from amazon.com... fish meds...
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"animal anti biotics are not safe for humans.
they have a very crude method of production.
research will show you i speak the truth."

this is true!
they are full of bacterial fermentation products and not for human consumption.
research it and you will see- it is a fact!

definitely NOT SAFE!
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COLLOIDAL MOTHERFUCKING SILVER
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AGREE...My pets take it and we take it...
YOu have a funny way of saying it though..LOL!!!!!
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"animal anti biotics are not safe for humans.
they have a very crude method of production.
research will show you i speak the truth."

this is true!
they are full of bacterial fermentation products and not for human consumption.
research it and you will see- it is a fact!

definitely NOT SAFE!
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So, please tell me WHERE the animal drug factories are? And why would they produce "bacterial fermented" drugs for beloved pets?
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I have used and will continue to keep fish Mox and Fish Mycin on hand for various problems. The brands sold by Thomas pharmaceuticals are prescription grade and work very well. I get bronchitis and have gotten walking pneumonia in the past (as well as ear-throat infections for my kids) and having antibiotics on hand makes solving these problems easy. I mentioned it to my GP physician and he said just to be careful with them. (he knows that I am)

they even have a fish cypro (which I plan on having on hand next time I place an order as it will wipe out an anthrax infection)

~Chills
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"animal anti biotics are not safe for humans.
they have a very crude method of production.
research will show you i speak the truth."

this is true!
they are full of bacterial fermentation products and not for human consumption.
research it and you will see- it is a fact!

definitely NOT SAFE!
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Hmmm, I am a veterinarian and I buy the conventional drugs from the exact same suppliers as your pharmacist in most cases.

They are the same generics you get at any drug store. I recommend cipro, amoxi, and doxycycline as basics in a survival situation.

There are a few antibiotics that animals get that are not safe for humans... enrofloxicin (Baytril) is not metabolized well by humans, and Chloramphenical is rarely used in humans, but has very very serious, often lethal side effects. Clinadamycin is commonly used in pets but can cause pretty bad diarrhea in humans.

At any rate, antibiotics should only be used in emergency situations. We have already created some superbugs by misuse, and the drugs are not harmless in our own bodies, no matter how innocuous they may seem.
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oregano = antibiotic equal strength
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ok.Really good question.Please excuse my spelling.Have friend that is 80 years old. Ive known her for a long time. She takes fish antibiotics,Like tetracycling,and amoxicyllin. I would not use meds that are for dogs and cats. She cant afford the meds doctors give her so she gets fish meds. She says its works well.Shes being doing this for 20 years now and she is so so so healthy. There my imput.No cat and dog meds fish meds yes



Fish antibiotics ... right on.
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wow great advice. hf
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"animal anti biotics are not safe for humans.
they have a very crude method of production.
research will show you i speak the truth."

this is true!
they are full of bacterial fermentation products and not for human consumption.
research it and you will see- it is a fact!

definitely NOT SAFE!
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Not true.Just make sure it states its pharmaceutical.Then its the same standards as people medications. If it doesnt state that then yes it has unsafe fillers and shouldnt be taken by persons
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"pharmaceutical grade" on the label
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good thread
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This chant of Holier than thou is wrong and is taught by others making you think what is cool or acceptable to them.

The thought of "believe as i do" is strongly in an unbelievers life, because they feel they will be ridiculed by their friends.

Every falsehood a unbeliver weilds, is merely a reflection of the obstacles that unbeliever must face from his very own peers.

Unbelievers are the true followers, they are dedicated to fear of what other people think of them.

And because of this, they are ashamed of themselves, but wall themselves up to feel comfortable and safe, assuring themselves with rationality and laughter.

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The animal antibiotics are high quality. Many people have valuable race horses, show dogs and cats and if their antibiotics were not quality the vets would get sued.

Doxycycline, tetracycline, oxytetracycline are available over the counter for live stock in farm supply stores.

Doxycycline is very good because it successfully fights the biowar/new/emerging/chronic diseases.

Like MRSA, Lyme, CFS, Gulf War Illness, MS, arthritis, diabetes, chrones, .
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bump
This is a good list. Remember, tetracycline is dangerous if it is really out of date--the other ones just don't work as well. I've heard they are still good for 3 to 5 years after the listed expiration date, but ask somebody who knows and who would actually tell you.

Unless the pills are from China or otherwise bogus they are the same as people pills. Think about it; there aren't any "dog pill" factories. Just don't tell the clerk at the feed store the pills are for you because they aren't supposed to sell them for human use altho most of the ones I've talked to don't care.
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animal anti biotics are not safe for humans.
they have a very crude method of production.
research will show you i speak the truth.
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Retard alert. They do not make antibiotics for pets. It is all human grade in capsule form.
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i was bitten by my cat (badly... i took him away from three dogs who were mauling him. dont worry... $1000 to get him reassembled, he's fine now lol) anyhow, got a nasty pasteurella infection. had some human amoxycillin that fought the infection to a stalemate, and ran out of it. so i raided my SHTF supply of fish mox and it clobbered the infection in 48 hours. i wonder if fish mox worked better because its formulated so fish can absorb it through their skin/gills (dammit Jim, i'm a guitar builder not a veterinarian!)

anyhow, your mileage may vary. i'm not a doctor. if theres any doubt in your mind, dont take any drug. but fish mox worked great for me, without noticeable side effects.
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animal anti biotics are not safe for humans.
they have a very crude method of production.
research will show you i speak the truth.


Retard alert. The antibiotics in pill for are not made for pets. They are human antibiotics used for pets. You ever seen a fish swallow a capsule?
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good point
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OK all you survivalists, what is the best all-around pet antibiotic for humans.

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The one you DON'T use.
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I take it all the time, penicillin, amox, doxycycline. Works great. Doxy I save for when TSHTF.
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I'm using amoxicillan and have been for about two years because of a tooth infection that keeps coming back. I have an impacted wisdom tooth that would cost a lot to get pulled but I don't feel like spending the outrageous amount of money to get it pulled.
So if the pain gets bad for a week or so I pop some asprin and every month or two I take amoxicillin for a week or so.
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Amoxicillian does not treat ALL infections and when it comes to teeth and gums you need CIPROFLOXACIN (Cipro) which is a quinolone antibiotic.

Quinolone antibiotics work in a different way than penicillin does. Amoxicillian is of the penicillin family.

Pain does not mean that you have an infection. Impacted wisdom teeth cause pain because they are impacting not infecting. [link to www.animated-teeth.com] has some images to show and explains it in detail.

Your wisdom tooth is putting pressure on either the jaw, the molars in front of it or both. A primary cause of wisdom tooth impaction is simply that there is inadequate jawbone space behind the person's second molar. Another reason is because it is growing in at the wrong angle. You would have similar pain if you gritted your teeth at night. The pressure causes the pain. There is most likely no infection.

Abuse of Antibiotics is an all around bad idea.

1. It kills native flora (helpful bacteria) in your body which opens you up for opportunistic infections and weakens your body thus its immune system. Killing off the flora in your intestines will lead to malnutrition and if you do it often enough you develop acidic stomach, acid reflux, peptic and later bleeding ulcers.

2. If you do have a harmful bacteria in you and your body is already fighting it, then adding antibiotics and not carrying the full course for the specific bacterial infection can lead to only the strongest bacteria surviving. You are thus selectively breeding stronger, antibiotic immune bacteria.

Go to a dentist and have the tooth pulled. It really isn't that much to have a molar pulled.

Since you are not spending money on a medical education I strongly suggest you spend it on a doctor to heal you.
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y do you wanna inject pet antibiotics to human..when humans have their own products manufactured...crazy nights with crazy fights..
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I am probably going to haranged for this but we have been doing this for decades in our family because we have had numerous rescue kennels [cat & dog] We grew up on a farm and we have fish. I have always used it on my dogs & cats and-[with my vets approval]-but he is a cattle man. We have used it as well. Penicillin G for Cattle. You can get huge bottles of the injectable for round 20 bucks. We use fish mox too. If you have the knowledge you are a fool mot to use it, especially now with little money and questionable Drs who may be Death Panelers. I used to be an Animal Ambulance for a short time. You should use caution in dosing little dogs and cats and break the dosage to a 1/4th the bottle directions and giving it by mouth twoce a day is better for long term stuff. We inject ourselves with it. We ain't spring chickens round here and theres tooth problems. What kills the toothache when you get to the emergency room? Not the pain pill I never take them {Tumeric and cloves} so its the antibiotic when it starts working. Fastest way to start it is in yer butt. Now with the healthcare Bill, at our ages in this home we'd rather not end up there in an American Hospital being starved to death because we are too useless to live via age. Most the folk in feed stores if not all are farmers and cattlemen and they do the same thing at their houses. When the med wagon comes to town ask them whats the antibiotics they inject. They will tell you Pen G and Pen V. The difference a little more strength in the animal variety. Just be sure to pick up B-12 or B-Complex injectable and hit yourself with it once every week & a 1/2 while on Pen-G or any Penicillin and Acidophilus every day too.
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Paul Karason was making his own high concentration Ionic Silver solution. He used it internally and externally for some 14 years to treat dermatitis. It is also reported he would douse with his solution and then hit a tanning bed. Bad combination. UV =UV sensitive compounds.
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Flagyl - Used for pets and humans....I know this as I used to be a Vet Tech, and I've been prescribed this for myself by my doctor....

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flagyl is the same however only use it for lower trac infections e-coli, std, bladder infections ect DO NOT use for any type of upper sespiratory infections
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hey anyone here using pet meds? fish antibiotics?
why aren't you just getting scrip from the doctor?

I want to hear from you. Send me an email and tell me about your experience.


I'm using amoxicillan and have been for about two years because of a tooth infection that keeps coming back. I have an impacted wisdom tooth that would cost a lot to get pulled but I don't feel like spending the outrageous amount of money to get it pulled.
So if the pain gets bad for a week or so I pop some asprin and every month or two I take amoxicillin for a week or so.
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STOP IT.

Amoxicillin is not going to completely remove/kill the infection in your jaw.

You need Cipro [link to www.healthline.com]

Do a course for 3 weeks (21 days) and see if that doesn't kill the infection altogether.

[link to www.rxlist.com] gives a list of dosages. Treat as you would a sinus infection (the whole things up there in your head is connected) But do the course for 3 weeks (21 days) That would be 500 MG twice daily.

However, really read this page: [link to www.medhelp.org] not just the OP's complaint but the rest of the answers.

You are heading down a road where eventually you can lose a jaw bone. Recurring bone infections are not funny, they are not treated with oral antibiotics as a one-shot cure.

You need that tooth yanked, and you need antibiotic gel shot into the socket in order to kill all infection once and for all. Most likely this will be followed with oral antibiotics for up to a month in order to make certain that every last bacteria is dead.
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hey anyone here using pet meds? fish antibiotics?
why aren't you just getting scrip from the doctor?

I want to hear from you. Send me an email and tell me about your experience.


I'm using amoxicillan and have been for about two years because of a tooth infection that keeps coming back. I have an impacted wisdom tooth that would cost a lot to get pulled but I don't feel like spending the outrageous amount of money to get it pulled.
So if the pain gets bad for a week or so I pop some asprin and every month or two I take amoxicillin for a week or so.


STOP IT.

Amoxicillin is not going to completely remove/kill the infection in your jaw.

You need Cipro [link to www.healthline.com]

Do a course for 3 weeks (21 days) and see if that doesn't kill the infection altogether.

[link to www.rxlist.com] gives a list of dosages. Treat as you would a sinus infection (the whole things up there in your head is connected) But do the course for 3 weeks (21 days) That would be 500 MG twice daily.

However, really read this page: [link to www.medhelp.org] not just the OP's complaint but the rest of the answers.

You are heading down a road where eventually you can lose a jaw bone. Recurring bone infections are not funny, they are not treated with oral antibiotics as a one-shot cure.

You need that tooth yanked, and you need antibiotic gel shot into the socket in order to kill all infection once and for all. Most likely this will be followed with oral antibiotics for up to a month in order to make certain that every last bacteria is dead.
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Cephalexin also works for that kind of thing, doesn't it?
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animal anti biotics are not safe for humans.
they have a very crude method of production.
research will show you i speak the truth.


Bullshit, I have taken them in the past and they worked VERY well.

I also had a friend of mine look up the fish meds in a PDR, its the EXACT same pill. Not made crudely not made cheaper than regular meds.. same pill, same stamp and same factory.

You must work for a pharma company. big pharma is always trying to spread this lie.
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Yep.....the stuff comes off the same line just different packaging.....my pharmacist also sez the same....
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I'm using amoxicillan and have been for about two years because of a tooth infection that keeps coming back. I have an impacted wisdom tooth that would cost a lot to get pulled but I don't feel like spending the outrageous amount of money to get it pulled.
So if the pain gets bad for a week or so I pop some asprin and every month or two I take amoxicillin for a week or so.
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that'll work great until the bacteria develops a resistance to amoxicillan, then you will be in BIG trouble ! It's because of this sort of misuse of antibiotics that we have "superbug" strains like MRSA .
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so in which cases is amox better than cipro or when doxy is better than either?

also, since doxy is part of the tetracycline family, is it harmful after expiration versus merely not as strong?
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also, since doxy is part of the tetracycline family, is it harmful after expiration versus merely not as strong?
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The info about tetracycline becoming toxic after expiration is outdated. There were cases a long time ago where expired tetracycline caused kidney failure in a number of patients, but that was due to the way it was made at the time, they have since changed the way it is formulated and it's no longer an issue.

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