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What to do about bacterial infection?

Thanks for your time in talking to me today regards my sinusitis. I am 36yrs old and have 2 girls aged 3 and 6 1/2. My 1st symptoms of sinus issues were 2yrs ago and since I have had 2 surgeries (Dec '11 and Aug '12). I have had flare ups on average every 2mths and am now refusing antibiotic treatment and hope to be able to get rid of my current infection and then treat the cause to avoid any further reinfection.
As I have a specialist appointment organised for March to learn about how further sugery could help relieve my current infection. My previous test results showed i had a bacterial infection called "staph" and I'm in a position where I'm trying to decide whether to deal with my current infection via surgery and then do natural treatment to avoid having a repeat of any flare up sinus infections and any possible candida or yeast infection. My other option is to just do the natural option and hope that was effective in treating my current infection.
I am very confused about what to do? Would natural medicine deal with my current bacterial infection? If so what is a realistic timeframe to expect favorable results?
asked Feb 23, 2014 in Other by anonymous

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A bacterial infection is something that you do not want to mess around with. You should go to the doctor, something like staph infection is not something you want to mess around with and hope it goes away on it's own or try to treat it with natural antibiotics.

I've said it before, but antibiotics save lives. Yes, there are such things as side effects, but there are times when we have to deal with the side effects, and it's completely worth the downsides and negatives of it. You can take antibiotics with probiotics if you are very worried, but seriously a staph infection, is not something you want to play around with. Bacterial infections can cause serious problems later down the line, and then you use natural methods to strengthen your body so you can hopefully eliminate future infections.
answered Feb 27, 2014 by Samuel
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Probacto probiotics have bacillus subtilis which acts like an antibacterial and antifungal, but to be honest you do not want to play around with a "staph" infection. I would combine the best natural methods, like a good diet, the probiotics, as well as listen to anything the specialist tells me to.  But I would by all means do everything the doctor tells me to, bacterial infections can get really bad if left alone. If they tell you to take antibiotics, take an antibiotic. There are times where it's just okay to take them, and that's one of them.
answered Mar 19, 2014 by anonymous