What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You About MRSA?

What you should know about MRSA

Doctors are working hard to fight MRSA, but it seems to be an endless battle. While there are good MRSA doctors out there, not much can be done by way of antibiotic treatments for most MRSA infections. Even if you have chosen to undergo all natural treatments you will need a doctor who is familiar with MRSA. Still. It is important to understand because of laws, codes, rules and regulations there are some things your doctor may not be telling you about your Mercer infection and health care for it.

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Protocol and Standardized Treatments may not be in Your Best Interest

There is no one size fits all MRSA treatment plan. What works for one may not faze another. MRSA is oftentimes misdiagnosed as a spider bit or a typical staff infection. Alternative medicine techniques are not discussed in medical schools, so your doctor could be at a loss for the options available to offer you as alternative treatment plans. MRSA is even throwing the big guys like ID (infectious disease) doctors for a loop.

Reinfection is Very Possible

The MRSA reinfection rate is among the number one problem with Mercer to date treatment wise. The bacteria have mutated and most doctors haven’t a clue how to truly treat Mercer and keep it from returning. Knowing why you are infected and building your immune system may be your only hope. Antibiotics are short term solutions at best for Mercer.

Antibiotics May Cause Things to get Worse!

Antibiotics + MRSA = risky business. Not only can you have a reaction to antibiotics chances are they can cause the MRSA bacteria to mutate and become untreatable. They can even cause the bacterium to hide in your body only to reemerge and reinfect later. Some risky antibiotics to take with staff and Mercer are sulfonamides, clindamycin and fluoroquinolones just to name some. They actually weaken the only weapon you have against MRSA, and that is your immune system.

Antibacterial is Not Better!

When you wash your hands or clean and disinfect your home you may be making antibiotic resistance worse. While bleach and Chlorhexidine based products may momentarily help, thy can leave you open to reinfections. You also have to think of the air you breathe as potentially being contaminated with MRSA. You have to control airborne bacteria as well as surface colonization’s in a nontoxic and safe manner. Most recommend stabilized silver ion disinfectants.

Your Food Sources may be a Big Hazard when it Comes to MRSA

The more our food sources are pumped with antibiotics to live through the deplorable conditions they are held in long enough to meet the slaughter room the more antibiotic resistant superbugs we will see. Even our milk and eggs are laden with antibiotics, and sugars are fuel for these infections.

You have to become Empowered through Knowledge and Take Charge

While you need a doctor if you have Mercer, you also need to know that some of the better and more effective treatments for MRSA do not lie in mainstream medicine. There are antibiotic alternatives out there that are helping people, but many times your doctor cannot even suggest them without being in real trouble. It is up to you to couple routing medical care with alternative natural treatment for MRSA. You have to take charge.

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