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Rex
Thursday, June 9, 2011, 7:15pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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This is the antibiotic that the Emergency Room doctor at our local hospital perscribed for my DH because he fell on a concrete boat ramp and cut the back of head badly.  There was algea & lots of dirt in the wound & he was given 6 staples to close the wound.  He appears to now have a rash developing on his upper thighs.  We'll watch this closely.  If he has to stop this medication, is there something safer that would act as an antibiotic to prevent him from getting an infection?  Any help would be very much appreciated.
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This is the antibiotic that the Emergency Room doctor at our local hospital perscribed for my DH because he fell on a concrete boat ramp and cut the back of head badly.  There was algea & lots of dirt in the wound & he was given 6 staples to close the wound.  He appears to now have a rash developing on his upper thighs.  We'll watch this closely.  If he has to stop this medication, is there something safer that would act as an antibiotic to prevent him from getting an infection?  Any help would be very much appreciated.


Clindamycin is the antibiotic from he**, it is really nasty so if he is allergic he needs to stop pronto and get a different Rx. Otherwise if he is OK he will need to take probiotics and load up on yogurt and other cultured foods in order to avoid the dreaded diarrhea that can also promote Candida overgrowth in the gut.


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Thanks for your quick reply.  Is there any "safe" supp that would be easier in his system that would help him avoid getting an infection?  
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Thanks for your quick reply.  Is there any "safe" supp that would be easier in his system that would help him avoid getting an infection?  


The real threat is getting an infection from an anaerobe which clindamycin is great at, but unfortunately it also kills off all the good guys. I am not sure what type of supp might be good for that, but I would think that a good strong immune system would go a long ways to minimize severity of any infection if not complete avoidance.

Maybe someone here can chime in on natural antibiotic supps. Hope he has a speedy recovery.


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Thanks.  I was thinking that very same thing myself.  I sincerely believe that since my internal make-up has been adjusted so drastically as a result of me adhering to my Swami's recommendations so compliantly that I'm in the best possible condition to ward off infection because my immune system is now so finely tuned.  My DH also tries to stick very closely to his Type A guidelines so I'm hoping that he'll be ok.  
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what's his bt I think olive leaf is also that potent then all kinds of antibios... dito against inflammations...go for boswellia serrata highest amounts of vit C and magnolia bark should be fine as well , wish you both good luck from Switzerland


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Hi Rex,

Sorry to hear about your DH's fall...

Looks like CJ has provided much great information, already.  I think the best solution would be to keep a healthy gut, which is hard to do while taking an antibiotic.

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Polyflora is a good way to rebuild the proper gut flora during and/or after taking an antibiotic...


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Rex,

I just started reading this post and when I saw the word "clindamycin" it rang a bell and not a healthy sounding one.  I know I was given this antibiotic for something although I don't really remember.  I seem to remember a dentist prescribing it.  First of all just reading the printout from the pharmacy scared the **ll out of me.  

I do remember stopping this antibiotic immediately because of some intuitive nod.

CJ, I feel is right on track about essential oils.  Oil of Oregano which is a very strong antibiotic should be followed exactly as directed.   So is Sage.  There are quite a few that your husband can use to fight infection.



Please go to Ananda Apothecary.com.  You can call them toll free and ask specific questions although they give alot of information for each of these oils.  They are very strict in their standards and will warn you of any possible effects.

I hope he's on the mend already.

Clindamycin in my non medical opinion should be taken off the market.


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an antibiotic can t simply be suspended
ask the med in charge to give you something less aggressive, if need be

make them responsible

I wouldn t automedicate a wound right in the back of my head


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Thank you so much for all your help.  I have carefully read all your responses and will take the appropriate action to keep my DH on the right track for optimum health.  Today, my DH is feeling "not very well at all".  I'll keep close watch over him & act accordingly.  
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an antibiotic can t simply be suspended
ask the med in charge to give you something less aggressive, if need be

make them responsible

I wouldn t automedicate a wound right in the back of my head


I agree with Lola.. better in my mind to take the things that help and then work on getting rid of the after effects by detoxing or by eating very compliant. -- all super / diamond foods are like meds.. load up on them, but unless he is allergic to the antib.. don't stop.. finish and then work on rebuilding.

Infections are not a good thing to get and water borne stuff can enter the body in  nasty ways..and are very hard to get rid of.. also doc's in your area KNOW what might be in certain water ways.. you don't.. and no one is going to tell you either..

the rash could be from other things.. like the stuff they used to clean the wound..

did it get worse.. ???  


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