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Any medical advice about "blood infection"

 
Deplorable NO MORE Michele B  (OP)

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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
Why would you ask a bunch freaks on the internet and not the doctor?!?
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I wasnít with him. He only went to ER. Theyíre dolts. They donít tell you anything.

Why didnít they take blood? Why not x-ray the knee?

Theyíre dolts. Heíll know more once he goes to rev Dr next week.
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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
Has he been getting colonoscopies? Biopsies?

Thatís the FIRST cause Iíd look to.

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No and no.

I do think he should look into kidney issues, tho.

Also rejection of the knee, although heís had them 15 yrs. isnít that a long time before rejection?

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Deplorable NO MORE Michele B  (OP)

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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
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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Full dentures, but they irritate. Maybe...
Deplorable NO MORE Michele B  (OP)

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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
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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Agreed
Deplorable NO MORE Michele B  (OP)

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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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Agreed
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Deplorable NO MORE Michele B  (OP)

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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
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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Umm, I donít know who you think I am?
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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21285027


MRI will be useless due to suceptability artifact from the prosthesis.

Simple aspiration culture, or preferably an aspirate DNA analysis for bacterial DNA
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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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Agreed
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


no an MRI doesnt work on prosthesis evaluation, trust me on this.
Deplorable NO MORE Michele B  (OP)

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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
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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He takes NO meds.

Only natural herbs. EDTA - chelation; vit C, Calcium, and a multi-

Oh, AND Burdock root
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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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You dont know shit.

Doxy does not kill bacteria, it's bacteriostatic, not bacteriocidal.
In addition, Babesia are intracellular and the doxy doesnt get inside the cell.

Smallpox and shingles and heat lamps to ones ass?
Really?
Do tell us your credentials..
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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
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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Canít do MRI
Deplorable NO MORE Michele B  (OP)

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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
I sincerely thank everyone for all the brain power you put on this problem.

I had an idea that it was something more under the surface....

Our doctors in this ďhick townĒ donít really give two hoots about searching for root causes, but Iím going to push to look for the cause.

Meanwhile, I DO have colloidal silver, and boron. And possibly a pool he can get in (have to check if it chlorinated or not).

Some of the other options, Iíll have to see if heís willing to try...

Thank you all very much.
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Double post

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Triple....

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Sure op, several reasons. Dirty blood, and biofilms.

there is a great youtube about xylitol and biofilm: you should watch it.


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

a truly remarkable human being.


There are two youtubes that show remarkable blood cleaning using the beck zapper.
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Why would you ask a bunch freaks on the internet and not the doctor?!?
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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
I would not use bleach that sounds crazy

If it is not critical sepsis then...

Look into oxygen therapy (esp. H202)

Eat some raw onion daily (anti-bacterial)

Add a teaspoon of baking soda to glass of water daily (ph level)

Plenty of fresh salad/fresh veggies

These are not cure-alls but may really help. cost is next to nothing. parasites/diseases shrivel with basic Ph levels and high level of oxygen. they thrive on acidic Ph levels and low oxygen.

Also with knee/joint pain you can take chilled hemp seed oil

Keep visiting with doctor and get antibiotics if necessary obviously.
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Deplorable NO MORE Michele B  (OP)

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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
Heís on antibiotics now. Thatís not going to get to th root cause of the constant blood infections (seems like he gets them every couple months).

Will dig for deeper cause. It never occurred to us before yesterday that this was a recurring problem.

Definitely something causing it
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Why would you ask a bunch freaks on the internet and not the doctor?!?
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Doctors are only trained in toxic drug administration, not cures, nor causes or real knowledge.
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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
Just a feeling after reading your post....

His lymphatic system is compromised, and cannot clean the blood.
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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
Just a feeling after reading your post....

His lymphatic system is compromised, and cannot clean the blood.
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Iím going to suggest this be checked out as well.

EVERY stone turned to find what is going on. As other men, he ďdoesnít like/trust doctors,Ē but the fact that this a recurring event now has him wondering what is truly wrong. I think I can convince him to explore further.

Thank you.
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Have you seen this? This article came out a few days ago.....

[link to www.webmd.com (secure)]
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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21285027


Canít do MRI
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


Why canít he do an MRI?
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Just a feeling after reading your post....

His lymphatic system is compromised, and cannot clean the blood.
 Quoting: JJ Blueberry


Iím going to suggest this be checked out as well.

EVERY stone turned to find what is going on. As other men, he ďdoesnít like/trust doctors,Ē but the fact that this a recurring event now has him wondering what is truly wrong. I think I can convince him to explore further.

Thank you.
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


Saying the lymphatic system is compromised is like saying your car sounds like its running funny.
It doesnt actually mean anything of significance.

One thing you arent aware of is that the immune system is naturally slowly shutting down with aging.
The various mechanisms are becoming less efficient with age, naturally, its programmed decrepitude.
The various hormones which mediate this are tanking and making the system functionally deficient with advancing age, and underlying disease states such as diabetes amplify this.

It's no exaggeration that aging is literally aging intending to lead to death.
Some of these pathways can be manipulated for a while, some cheaply, some at considerable expense.
Most doctors do not address this nor will they attend to it honestly.
There are a few people with the credentials and professional ethics to honestly counsel for strategies for reversing decrepitude and even then, the complexity of the system makes it impossible to promise anything.
Most of the time all you will get is someone providing overpriced overpromised potions with no proven potential other than potential for huge profits for the provider.
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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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Canít do MRI
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Why canít he do an MRI?
 Quoting: Moppie


Because the prosthesis metal induces an artifact in the images that distorts it all to fuck and makes it unreadable.

If you need an imaging study of some sort the most relevant is a radionuclide labeled white blood cell imaging study.
The simplest is a joint space aspirate and culture, the best is a DNA analysis
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Stop any and all sugars and anything that converts to sugar

Never ever let him get dyhrydrated again

Cleansing blood tonics with pure water


Salt uptake
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Maybe vitamin D deficiency. Pretty common yet most doctors don't seem to be aware of it.

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Re: Any medical advice about "blood infection"
Just a feeling after reading your post....

His lymphatic system is compromised, and cannot clean the blood.
 Quoting: JJ Blueberry


Iím going to suggest this be checked out as well.

EVERY stone turned to find what is going on. As other men, he ďdoesnít like/trust doctors,Ē but the fact that this a recurring event now has him wondering what is truly wrong. I think I can convince him to explore further.

Thank you.
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


If you ask your doc to 'check out' a lymphatic system they will laugh at you and roll their eyes.

Do you know how to check out a lymphatic system?
What does that even mean?

There is no box to check on any order form or lab request for 'lymphatic system'





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