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Any medical advice about "blood infection"

 
Deplorable NO MORE Michele B

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My husband had been having pain in his knee. He has artificial knees, so he thought it was failing....Well, anyway, he started having a pain in his knee, thought it was the implant. But when he finally couldn't stand it anymore, went to Dr. today. Turns out he has this blood infection.

Last time he got this blood infection, he had "symptoms" - a high fever, chills (which is a symptom of sepsis). Apparently, it came very close to being deadly last time. He had to have 10 days of intravenous antibiotics...anyway, he's got it again....

Anybody got any ideas WHY he keeps getting this? This actually may be the third - or fourth time - but first two weren't as bad, and antibiotics took care of it easy. Second time was the intravenous. Now we caught it earlier.

But my thought is, WHY does he keep getting this? Anybody got anything?
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Liver and kidney?
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immune system response. maybe the knee joints are being rejected. wiish him wellness and you peace.
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Blood clot?
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Get the info on his hardware and research it...keep pushing on that. Go to someone else if you must. Have they brought in an ID specialist yet? They should have.
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colloidal silver nebulizer kill any blood infection
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could be infected knee hardware

research the topic for information

there's one of many info pages:

[link to orthoinfo.aaos.org (secure)]

good luck and hope he feels better soon
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Why would you ask a bunch freaks on the internet and not the doctor?!?
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immune system response. maybe the knee joints are being rejected. wiish him wellness and you peace.
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I agree. Dick Van Dyke was public about his issues with dental implants. Probably much more common than people realize.
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Has he been getting colonoscopies? Biopsies?

Thatís the FIRST cause Iíd look to.

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a thought have you looked into the co that did them and some side effects?
I googled here are links
[link to www.realself.com (secure)]

[link to www.verywellhealth.com (secure)]

maybe they can help?
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I had the same issue.
knee slowly getting painful, weak, and eventually i couldnt even lift it to climb steps.
Considered the most likely source of transient bacteremia might be related to a bad tooth.
Took the appropriate antibiotic, and the pain that had been coming on slowly and progressively for 3 weeks went away overnight.
I kept at it for 3 weeks and then got a joint aspirate culture which was negative.
The doctor thinks I'm crazy to think I had a prosthetic infection, and I think he's wrong.
Look into bad dental bridge or partial denture situation in hubby and if suspicious treat for subclinical oral flora bacteremia, because it can happen without the fever and overt signs of sepsis.
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My husband had been having pain in his knee. He has artificial knees, so he thought it was failing....Well, anyway, he started having a pain in his knee, thought it was the implant. But when he finally couldn't stand it anymore, went to Dr. today. Turns out he has this blood infection.

Last time he got this blood infection, he had "symptoms" - a high fever, chills (which is a symptom of sepsis). Apparently, it came very close to being deadly last time. He had to have 10 days of intravenous antibiotics...anyway, he's got it again....

Anybody got any ideas WHY he keeps getting this? This actually may be the third - or fourth time - but first two weren't as bad, and antibiotics took care of it easy. Second time was the intravenous. Now we caught it earlier.

But my thought is, WHY does he keep getting this? Anybody got anything?
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Hope my advice may be helpful, OBTW you're not THE Michelle B, by any chance?
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My son had it. No surgery. No major wounds.

Your husband needs to be cleaned with soap and water daily, with washcloth. Even if you need to do it.

Keep nail short. Wash hands every time he relieves himself.

And the course of antibiotics should be min 4 weeks before iv (because recurring infection) and two months oral.

And they need to find the bone infection that never went away. You tell them there is a hot spot. Your gut tells you there is a bone hot spot. Use those words.

I did this and saved my little man's life.

Many prayers and hugs.
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bleach.

Research MMS / jim humble. It will take you a year to fully understand it.

For now, draw up a full bath and put a cup or a cup and half of bleach.

Not triple action or clorox but dollar store bleach.

Also, get a nice bar of soap and trow it in the tub too!

Bleach oxidizes pathogens, viruses, bacteria, and fungus.

Good pediatricians recommend bleach baths for babies to treat exama.

do three soaks a week
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bleach.

Research MMS / jim humble. It will take you a year to fully understand it.

For now, draw up a full bath and put a cup or a cup and half of bleach.

Not triple action or clorox but dollar store bleach.

Also, get a nice bar of soap and trow it in the tub too!

Bleach oxidizes pathogens, viruses, bacteria, and fungus.

Good pediatricians recommend bleach baths for babies to treat exama.

do three soaks a week
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That is if there are boils.

I am going to bet (because blood infection is reoccurring) there is a bone infection that has not been properly treated.

Oh or a jaw/tooth issue!!!!
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My husband had been having pain in his knee. He has artificial knees, so he thought it was failing....Well, anyway, he started having a pain in his knee, thought it was the implant. But when he finally couldn't stand it anymore, went to Dr. today. Turns out he has this blood infection.

Last time he got this blood infection, he had "symptoms" - a high fever, chills (which is a symptom of sepsis). Apparently, it came very close to being deadly last time. He had to have 10 days of intravenous antibiotics...anyway, he's got it again....

Anybody got any ideas WHY he keeps getting this? This actually may be the third - or fourth time - but first two weren't as bad, and antibiotics took care of it easy. Second time was the intravenous. Now we caught it earlier.

But my thought is, WHY does he keep getting this? Anybody got anything?
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


Had excact same. The prothsesis parts that aren't titanium are vunerable to infection.Mine got an infection. The infection spread to entire body, via the blood. After couple years mismanagement they prescribed a very powerful antibiotic that rid my body of the infections, but parts of the prothsesis still flare up. I will always be on permanent antibiotics, they limit the infections spread . Replacing the prothsesis is highly unlikely to make it better, it very well could make it much worse. I'll do it if my mobility becomes affected only. I've had to stay in hospital for the iv antibiotics twice in 20 yrs. The infection is never entirely killed, its management forever. I had three drain sites , now its down to one. The infection site on prothsesis is size of match head. Its a standard staph, if were mrsa, or vrsa, i'd have no choice about trying to replace it. Antibiotics forever and i've used colloidal silver also during the worst phases. It does seem to help. My girlfriend was required to take antibiotics at one stage, to stop the staph bouncing back between us. She refused, i got rid of her, and improved straight away.
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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
bleach.

Research MMS / jim humble. It will take you a year to fully understand it.

For now, draw up a full bath and put a cup or a cup and half of bleach.

Not triple action or clorox but dollar store bleach.

Also, get a nice bar of soap and trow it in the tub too!

Bleach oxidizes pathogens, viruses, bacteria, and fungus.

Good pediatricians recommend bleach baths for babies to treat exama.

do three soaks a week
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That is if there are boils.

I am going to bet (because blood infection is reoccurring) there is a bone infection that has not been properly treated.

Oh or a jaw/tooth issue!!!!
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doenst matter because your body is 70% water... it will assimilate the bleach water.

Anyone that recommends antibiotics I don't take serious, because they have no idea that bleach is way stronger, cheaper, and more available

I know science.
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if you dont want to do the bath thing then go to a well chlorinated pool at least 3 times a weeks.
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bleach.

Research MMS / jim humble. It will take you a year to fully understand it.

For now, draw up a full bath and put a cup or a cup and half of bleach.

Not triple action or clorox but dollar store bleach.

Also, get a nice bar of soap and trow it in the tub too!

Bleach oxidizes pathogens, viruses, bacteria, and fungus.

Good pediatricians recommend bleach baths for babies to treat exama.

do three soaks a week
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76616832


That is if there are boils.

I am going to bet (because blood infection is reoccurring) there is a bone infection that has not been properly treated.

Oh or a jaw/tooth issue!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21285027


doenst matter because your body is 70% water... it will assimilate the bleach water.

Anyone that recommends antibiotics I don't take serious, because they have no idea that bleach is way stronger, cheaper, and more available

I know science.
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No. You are assuming assimilation and this won't fix the bone infection. The reoccurring sepsis is a sign of a hot spot. And bleach ain't gonna get into the bone in time to save a leg or jaw.

Okay science know it all -- how many people have you treated with a bone infection that have reoccurring sepsis?
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When I recommended bleach treatments to people on LinkedIn I had a hematologist checking out my profile.

He was like 50 and was probably wondering how I knew that chlorine was the foundation of any malaria drug...


Anyway, it's cheap and easy and you don't have to sacrifice your body to the for profit medical complex
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bleach.

Research MMS / jim humble. It will take you a year to fully understand it.

For now, draw up a full bath and put a cup or a cup and half of bleach.

Not triple action or clorox but dollar store bleach.

Also, get a nice bar of soap and trow it in the tub too!

Bleach oxidizes pathogens, viruses, bacteria, and fungus.

Good pediatricians recommend bleach baths for babies to treat exama.

do three soaks a week
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76616832


That is if there are boils.

I am going to bet (because blood infection is reoccurring) there is a bone infection that has not been properly treated.

Oh or a jaw/tooth issue!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21285027


doenst matter because your body is 70% water... it will assimilate the bleach water.

Anyone that recommends antibiotics I don't take serious, because they have no idea that bleach is way stronger, cheaper, and more available

I know science.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76616832


No. You are assuming assimilation and this won't fix the bone infection. The reoccurring sepsis is a sign of a hot spot. And bleach ain't gonna get into the bone in time to save a leg or jaw.

Okay science know it all -- how many people have you treated with a bone infection that have reoccurring sepsis?
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I haven't, but what is the risk of trying my method?

You're talking about getting antibiotics first thing!

Slow down, willy! Don't you know that the more we use those things the least amount of impact they make.

I'm glad I got you irritated.

Maybe you'll actually put more time into helping people instead of sending them to the doctor.

You'll be a great help when SHTF
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Boron is also helpful. I would seriously look into taking at least 6mgs each day, possibly much more to start. It's a mineral and yes, is what's in Borax.

If you can't get the infection totally gone, you're in for another knee replacement. That happened recently to one of my clients. He had to go for about 10 weeks without a knee before they could put a different one in.

It was really scary but he made it through and is doing great now.
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Boron is also helpful. I would seriously look into taking at least 6mgs each day, possibly much more to start. It's a mineral and yes, is what's in Borax.

If you can't get the infection totally gone, you're in for another knee replacement. That happened recently to one of my clients. He had to go for about 10 weeks without a knee before they could put a different one in.

It was really scary but he made it through and is doing great now.
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Boron is the most underrated mineral when it comes to modern health.

Good recommendation
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I am not irritated -- sad for sure. If this was the first time this guy had sepsis, I would agree that trying your method as potential.

I can 100% say there is an untreated bone hot spot of infection that nothing externally is gonna cure -- not bleach and not boran. Otherwise, I am with ya.

He needs an MRI and new damn doctors.
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I am not irritated -- sad for sure. If this was the first time this guy had sepsis, I would agree that trying your method as potential.

I can 100% say there is an untreated bone hot spot of infection that nothing externally is gonna cure -- not bleach and not boran. Otherwise, I am with ya.

He needs an MRI and new damn doctors.
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This.
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Net he has Lyme or other Tic based illness. Maybe Babesis. It lives in the tail bone like Small Pox. It will live there forever....unless you kill it. Lyme comes out every 5 months or so, depending on age, immune system, habits, diet, sleep and stress.

Small Pox hangs out for decades then surfaces in some people in the form of shingles. It is low cortisol or stress induced.

Many biological toxins like Lyme burrow into deep tissue, the spine, tail bone, hip sockets, but loves to come out every few months (after it builds up in numbers) and attack joints. Particularly people with joint issues. Just just need a place to live because they grew too many in their tail bone colony.

You can take Doxy, but you will need to supplement the good bacteria afterward because doxy kills that too, leaving people with gut issues for half a year afterward.

Combined with Doxy, get a infrared lamp. Clamp on, add a 250w bulb, place it 20" from the tail bone two to three times a day. I would move it up and down the spine. It will kill everything living in the spine tailbone. Hit the knee too but watch for inflammation. Doxy will take care of the bits that run off into the blood organs. Afterward or during, hit the sauna as much as possible to drain the toxins (dead Lyme or whatever) "waste" out of the lymph system.

Personally, I would never stop doing that protocol. Earth is pretty nasty these days.
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No cheating in the sauna. Do dry heat sauna so you know you are sweating. At first people dont sweat, it takes a few weeks and then it takes like 5min.

Sunlight - goes 1" into the body and kills everything bad. Suggested.

Infrared bulb - goes 3" deep into the body. Doesn't hurt to hit other organs but just study on it. Hitting organs is good too. Must drink tons of clean water, poland springs I guess is the best.
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Net he has Lyme or other Tic based illness. Maybe Babesis. It lives in the tail bone like Small Pox. It will live there forever....unless you kill it. Lyme comes out every 5 months or so, depending on age, immune system, habits, diet, sleep and stress.

Small Pox hangs out for decades then surfaces in some people in the form of shingles. It is low cortisol or stress induced.

Many biological toxins like Lyme burrow into deep tissue, the spine, tail bone, hip sockets, but loves to come out every few months (after it builds up in numbers) and attack joints. Particularly people with joint issues. Just just need a place to live because they grew too many in their tail bone colony.

You can take Doxy, but you will need to supplement the good bacteria afterward because doxy kills that too, leaving people with gut issues for half a year afterward.

Combined with Doxy, get a infrared lamp. Clamp on, add a 250w bulb, place it 20" from the tail bone two to three times a day. I would move it up and down the spine. It will kill everything living in the spine tailbone. Hit the knee too but watch for inflammation. Doxy will take care of the bits that run off into the blood organs. Afterward or during, hit the sauna as much as possible to drain the toxins (dead Lyme or whatever) "waste" out of the lymph system.

Personally, I would never stop doing that protocol. Earth is pretty nasty these days.
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Very interesting post, thanks so much.
learned alot from your effort to inform us.hf
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Net he has Lyme or other Tic based illness. Maybe Babesis. It lives in the tail bone like Small Pox. It will live there forever....unless you kill it. Lyme comes out every 5 months or so, depending on age, immune system, habits, diet, sleep and stress.

Small Pox hangs out for decades then surfaces in some people in the form of shingles. It is low cortisol or stress induced.

Many biological toxins like Lyme burrow into deep tissue, the spine, tail bone, hip sockets, but loves to come out every few months (after it builds up in numbers) and attack joints. Particularly people with joint issues. Just just need a place to live because they grew too many in their tail bone colony.

You can take Doxy, but you will need to supplement the good bacteria afterward because doxy kills that too, leaving people with gut issues for half a year afterward.

Combined with Doxy, get a infrared lamp. Clamp on, add a 250w bulb, place it 20" from the tail bone two to three times a day. I would move it up and down the spine. It will kill everything living in the spine tailbone. Hit the knee too but watch for inflammation. Doxy will take care of the bits that run off into the blood organs. Afterward or during, hit the sauna as much as possible to drain the toxins (dead Lyme or whatever) "waste" out of the lymph system.

Personally, I would never stop doing that protocol. Earth is pretty nasty these days.
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Very interesting post, thanks so much.
learned alot from your effort to inform us.hf
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stomach churning, egads!
old guys are right
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Most likely other medication he is taking has compromised his immune system. GO on line and find out how to make super vitamin -c at home called liposomal. also look into NAD+





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