Anecdote wrote:I finished antibioticsi in 2007, after taking them for four years. Last weekend I started taking roxithromycin again, a short course for an infected forefinger which had become so swollen that it was interfering with my work. Funnily enough, the treatment worked and my right forefinger is now as slim as my left and the wound caused by a splinter has healed. and is busy fitting up my new state of the art printer. You read about how long term antibiotics are such a bad thing, but I thought I should post this to maybe put peoples’ minds at rest and maybe, just maybe make timorous GPs think twice when they refuse to treat chronically ill people with the combined antibiotic protocol.
To my mind it isn’t the length of treatment that is wrong but whether the right treatment is given in the first place. Also one of the worst misuses of antibiotics is giving them willy-nilly to farm animals to make them grow faster and produce more meat. This means that anyone eating non organic meat is liable to also be eating goodness knows what antibiotic as well: maybe when they need to take an antibiotic it won't work because of silent resistance..........Sarah
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