MacKintosh wrote:Liberation, Why not stockpile enough antibiotics to carry you through, before embarking on treatment? Gather enough to hold you over in case there's a delivery delay, and then start taking them. Hold back a two-week supply and pretend you do not have that 'secret' back-up plan. Order more abx BEFORE you need them, not when you are running out . This way, you'll never have to worry about not having enough.
Your doctor sounds smart. Once you are on this therapy, you should not stop and start, stop and start. If another antibiotic is really needed for some other illness, many of them can be ADDED into the Wheldon/Vanderbilt protocol. Your doctor will know if they can be taken together. And your doctor will surely tell you if it's really mandatory to discontinue taking this protocol for a short period of time, so as not to interfere with another antibiotic, if that's what your doctor must do to help you recover from something else.
Antibiotics do not help with the flu. Antibiotics do not help with ear aches. Doctors know this and should not be prescribing antibiotics when they can't be of any help, anyway. It sounds like your 'almost a cold' is just a reaction to killing off the cpn in your system. It also sounds like the reaction most people have to taking NAC, which is why we call it 'NAC flu'.
I'm just finishing my second month of a three month purchase of Benebiotics. I don't think they were worth the money and I've found others which are much better and cheaper. I didn't do much research before purchasing them, but I still wanted to give them a shot. Not very impressed.
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