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Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu

 
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Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
A man who had his broken tooth pulled was told by doctors he was suffering from a bad strain of the flu — only to reveal to TikTok that he actually had a full-body, blood infection that led to a 7-month medical odyssey.

Ohio native Brandon Baker, reportedly in his 20s, was driving to work when he suddenly felt “as sick as I have ever felt in my life.”

Instead of turning around to see a doctor immediately, Baker continued his route to work and only sought help when he began to feel worse.

Baker claimed he was originally diagnosed with the flu, but it was just the beginning of his health scare.

Baker began to shred weight from struggling to digest food in his body, claiming he lost up to almost 50 pounds over the next few weeks.

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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
That’s why I like having colloidal silver as an antibiotic. I can take it at home with just the slightest suspicion of having an infection and not have to see a doctor.
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
friend of mine had to get a heart valve replaced after a root canal.
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
Thats why they always give out antibiotics, never had a root canal or tooth pulled without getting them. From reading it looks like he didnt get the antibiotics.
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
Similar happened to me, when you are very ill apparently it can take hospitals weeks to realize you have sepsis and treat it properly.
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
Only about 50% of people who have sepsis have a positive blood culture.
That is why good doctors do two sets.
Next a lot of dentists have been told by the cdc:
'Most people do not need antibiotics
And are not using them before procedures.'
Some say to prevent antibiotic resistance strains from developing,
But countries that use antibiotics
In animal feed' seem to have more than countries that have 'over the counter' antibiotics.
I am very glad that person found a good doctor and was saved from death
By "" the flu""
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That’s why I like having colloidal silver as an antibiotic. I can take it at home with just the slightest suspicion of having an infection and not have to see a doctor.
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
Similar happened to me, when you are very ill apparently it can take hospitals weeks to realize you have sepsis and treat it properly.
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and now both vaxxine and covid can cause sepsis
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
I know four people who were sick for months. They were finally diagnosed with heart problems that were traced back to dental work.

One had open heart surgery and died a week later.
One died from "sepsis."

All were prior to 2015.

I take amoxicillin prior to dental appointments.

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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
That’s why I like having colloidal silver as an antibiotic. I can take it at home with just the slightest suspicion of having an infection and not have to see a doctor.
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Nine years ago today, I started a thread on a forum called goldismoney2. It was a forum created by people who believe in investing in Precious Metals. It was unique, not allowing any commercial content whatsoever. Any advertising or product promotion was strictly forbidden. It was well-moderated and allowed complete freedom of expression for the members. If the members did not engage in obnoxious behavior, they could express themselves freely. I chose this forum as it was the only one I could find with a section concerning Alternative Health topics, including colloidal silver. It was the only place to get honest information about colloidal silver. Someone in a colloidal silver business, every other source I can find, or they advertise on the site. Let's face it. If you accept money from somebody, you will not criticize them for what they say. Once you take money from someone, you are their prisoner. Let's not kid ourselves. Money Talks, BS walks. Goldismoney2 is supported entirely and only by occasional contributions by the members.
I gave the three most important factors I had found for making colloidal silver. Many members of goldismoney2 had been making colloidal silver for years. They used various methods, and many had colloidal silver generators from multiple manufacturers.
Sadly, it is no more. The plug has been pulled. The good news is that I have been able to capture images of all 1000 posts on the thread. They are available for viewing at:
[link to theartofmakingcolloidalsilver.com (secure)]
Here is an image of the first post:
[imgur] [link to imgur.com (secure)]
If you choose to roam around the rest of the site, please excuse the fact that you will find many links to the now extinct gold is money site. I have a lot of work to do to correct this.
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That's a very deal link you've shared
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
I know four people who were sick for months. They were finally diagnosed with heart problems that were traced back to dental work.

One had open heart surgery and died a week later.
One died from "sepsis."

All were prior to 2015.

I take amoxicillin prior to dental appointments.
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I had my teeth removed a few months ago, and had a horrible infection in both jaws, i am ok now, but pulling teeth out when you have a bone infection was an insane amount of pain, i almost ripped the arms off that chair
Then they had to drill 33 holes and screw anchors into that infected bone. If that was a torture session i would have told them anything they wanted to know

So glad that is over with
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
Amazing how blood infections can affect behavior as well.

I hate people.
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Amazing how blood infections can affect behavior as well.

I hate people.
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
Fluoridation > tooth decay > deep anaerobic infections > hearth and blood vessels infections > death.

All by design
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
I know four people who were sick for months. They were finally diagnosed with heart problems that were traced back to dental work.

One had open heart surgery and died a week later.
One died from "sepsis."

All were prior to 2015.

I take amoxicillin prior to dental appointments.
 Quoting: nutmeg


I had my teeth removed a few months ago, and had a horrible infection in both jaws, i am ok now, but pulling teeth out when you have a bone infection was an insane amount of pain, i almost ripped the arms off that chair
Then they had to drill 33 holes and screw anchors into that infected bone. If that was a torture session i would have told them anything they wanted to know

So glad that is over with
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Back in January of this year I started to get a pain in my jaw. I’ve had neuralgia in the past and thought that was it, but it got worse and worse, so after a few days I thought it might’ve been a tooth and went to my dentist. He looked into it, X-rayed, and saw no infection. Week later my face on that side started to swell up. Went to the hospital, they did a CAT scan, basically threw up their hands and gave me a bill (fuckers). Back to dentist, we both thought that it must be the tooth (the back lower molar, the teeth in front of it had been removed decades ago), even though it looked perfectly fine. He went to pull it and it popped right out - he barely had to touch it. Turns out the tooth wasn’t infected at all, but I had an infection in the jaw bone itself, under the tooth… how that happened is a mystery (I’m completely unvaxxed, btw).

Ended up getting a dry socket (ouch) because the infection had to drain through it. Side of my face was blown up like a basketball, took three weeks for all the crap to drain out, all the while I’m in screaming pain.; oxycodone worked for about 5 minutes. Advil and Tylenol alternated worked much better, but still horrible pain. Had nerve damage, part of my face on that side is still numb and probably will be for the rest of my life. Pain continued long after it finished draining, couldn’t sleep more than a couple hours per night. I’m retired or I’d have been canned from any job I’d have had otherwise, as doing almost anything was out of the question.

Dentist and my regular doctor (both are outstanding) consulted during this. Seems the worst part was right after the tooth was pulled, as I was in sepsis and later they said I’d had about three days to live if the antibiotic hadn’t started working. Then, in late April, when this should have been winding down, an infection popped up on the the OTHER side of my mouth, this time in the upper molar. Needed to save that tooth because of dentures, so even though I’m not a fan of them, got a root canal.

I’m now a few thousand lighter in my wallet, but at least my teeth don’t hurt anymore; that said, I still feel like crap most days, even though it’s been months now. Being older, this took a horrible toll on me, and feel like it aged me a dozen years. Bottom line, even if you take good care of yourself and your teeth, things like this can happen.
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
One tooth infection, and one abscessed tooth in the past year - both cured at home with oil pulling, and pretty quickly. The last one, I fasted all day after having an abscess under the tooth, no pain, just a swelling; oil-pulled with goldenseal in the morning and Oil of Oregano in the afternoon. Gone the next day.

Implants can take out tooth meridians, which are crucial to body health. Waiting for med beds to grow teeth back.

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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
I know four people who were sick for months. They were finally diagnosed with heart problems that were traced back to dental work.

One had open heart surgery and died a week later.
One died from "sepsis."

All were prior to 2015.

I take amoxicillin prior to dental appointments.
 Quoting: nutmeg


I had my teeth removed a few months ago, and had a horrible infection in both jaws, i am ok now, but pulling teeth out when you have a bone infection was an insane amount of pain, i almost ripped the arms off that chair
Then they had to drill 33 holes and screw anchors into that infected bone. If that was a torture session i would have told them anything they wanted to know

So glad that is over with
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Teeth are serious business.

And yet still an entire section of society wants us to actually stop producing oil.

How these people think they're going to have western quality dental care in the future without it i don't know.

Actually I can answer that last question. They don't think about it - they will just demand it by glueing their hands to the road. Just fix dentistry will be their campaign. They will never connect the lack of dentistry to their campaign to stop oil.

Retards are in charge of the planet.
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Re: Man’s broken tooth leads to open-heart surgery, 7-month ordeal after docs thought he just had the flu
yikes!!!
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