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lupus and my struggle with MRSA
Started by sonya
Posted: February 8, 2009 at 18:22
I contracted I believe MRSA from my employer The state of KY/I have lupus and took a demotion due to medical reasons to get away from the public. Instead they put me at the Intake Desk with all Clients from the city of Louisville, needless to say I caught everything. That is when the trouble started I had a flare with my lupus which can include lesions/they got infected an bingo positive for Mrsa the med's that my former primary care doctor put me on made me terribly sick. I told and told him to no avail. Now, about 1 year later I am back at square one getting ready to go back to the Er. Oh, did I mention I have had a UTI for over one year to off and on due to the antibiotics(which caused me to have a yeast infection, diflucan did no good). I will refuse those med's I would rather die! I don't want to be bloated, gain weight, vomit, have nausea , itch , have diarrhea, and other problems. My skin is messed up enough with lupus the Mrsa doesn't help and I am so depressed. Ideas any one??
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Re: lupus and my struggle with MRSA
Reply #1 by ladyk
Posted: February 9, 2009 at 22:36
sonya -

What proactive measures are you taking both topically and internally attempting to reach optimal system balance?

ladyk
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Re: lupus and my struggle with MRSA
Reply #2 by ruth
Posted: February 10, 2009 at 06:12
lupus is often a mycoplasma infection. Mycoplasma grows when the body is low on
magnesium. Same with staph. Asiprin helps with staph. Yogurt helps with yeast
infections.

No processed food or sodas, alcohol, coffee. Lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.

Multivitamins, Coq10 helps with energy. Boron helps with joint pain. Rest. Take care of
your self.
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Re: lupus and my struggle with MRSA
Reply #3 by LIndaA
Posted: February 12, 2009
Sonya
It is very important that you start taking specific supplements, and diet changes if necessary in order for you to rebuild your immune system, bringing it back to a strong and healthy state. Phytonutrients and probiotics are essential in keeping your immune system strong and healthy. Antibiotics, although necessary, break down and weaken our immune systems, as does diseases such as Lupus, allergies, rheumatoid arthritis, and most lingering illnesses like MRSA. Please go to the products forum and look at the 4 step program to rebuild and maintain your immune system. I'm a certified natural health consultant and would be happy to help you with any questions you might have once you've gone over the information. I have now been MRSA free for over 2 years and have lost 60 lbs over the last year. I am probably healthier now than I was before contracting MRSA in 2005. So please let me know if I can answer any questions you might have. God bless, LindaA
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Re: lupus and my struggle with MRSA
Reply #4 by Mt
Posted: September 17, 2012 at 15:45
I was told over the summer that I have SLE and then as i was clearing up from the hives I ended up with the MRSA and everytime I think it is almost gone another one shows up. I take the antibotics, bleach baths, spray everything down with bleach water and wash the bedding everyday. I dont know what else to do. I am tired of gaining weight,bein tired and depressed. HELP ME!
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