Loriyas wrote:Geeze Gogo, what do you want? This continuous bashing of the antibiotic therapy (and of Sarah) is growing tiresome. Not every therapy works for every patient. But a patient should have the opportunity to try whatever therapy they deem appropriate. There is a ton of research available for someone to make an intelligent decision on whether this therapy is the right one for them or not. You obviously have chosen not to give it a try for yourself. Good for you! But others may decide it is right for them. Good for them! But stop with the scare tactics.
jimmylegs wrote:guys I think this is officially going in circles, can we agree to disagree? thanks in advance.
Gogo wrote:I am just trying to be critical to understand how abx treatment works on MS and try to see the connections what neuros already know about the disease and what has been dicovered by Dr Wheldon and at Vanderbilt.
jimmylegs wrote:when I was younger I had repeated courses of abx for 'infections' and finally, acting on a tip from a neighbor to visit a local alt med practitioner, probiotics (and uva ursi tea) broke the cycle. life-changing. my first step away from pharma.
I've only needed abx for infection once in the decades since. and i definitely used probiotics during and after the cycle. i think they are of value to anyone who requires abx intervention. I've also tried one or two antifungals over the last few yrs, until i realized my issues were linked to problems with my immune system.
now of course i use antiviral/antibacterial/antifungal nutrients for immune support, with great success so far what a relief! for whatever reason, antibacterial nutrients do not interfere with gut flora in the way that pharma abx can. i have a research abstract for that last assertion somewhere, will repost if i can find it again.
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