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Discussion in 'Survival Medicine' started by Bishop, Mar 30, 2016.

  1. Bishop

    Bishop Monkey++

    Well a few years back I got a little red dot on my knee about the size of a mosquito bite and it hurt a day went by and it was fire engine red and about the size of a half dollar the weekend came and the whole knee was hurting and red by Monday it was all I could do to walk and I have a very high pain threshold I went to the er they said spider bite and I said it's not a spider bite Dr left the room and a woman was walking by the room and seen me and stopped ask what was wrong with my knee I told her they said a spider bite she came in looked at it started getting stuff out for a iv I asked her who she was she said a infectious disease specialist and if I did not get some antibiotics in me they would be talking my leg off up in my thigh area the Dr that started with me came in and they argued for a minute about a spider bite I told them first Dr that I did not give a fxxk what he thought that no one was cutting off my leg and he was fired and new lady was hired so after a stay in the hospital for 8 days and them going in and cleaning out the screws in my knee from a past surgery they said the mersa attached it self to the screws this is my leg 20 days after surgery. KIMG0418.
  2. Motomom34

    Motomom34 Moderator Moderator Site Supporter++

    That is quite the story. You are very fortunate that Specialist just happened to be wandering by. As for that photo..... yeeks!
  3. RouteClearance

    RouteClearance Monkey+++ Site Supporter

    Staph is a nasty little bug that is very predominate in hospitals. The Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus(MRSA) is even more dangerous and the infectious disease specialist that correctly diagnosed your case of MRSA not only saved your leg, but your life as well.
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  4. Bishop

    Bishop Monkey++

    What they told me is it was headed towards my heart valves
  5. Motomom34

    Motomom34 Moderator Moderator Site Supporter++

    I had a staph infection last year. Horrible stuff. I tried to cure it naturally even though I didn't know what it was. It got pretty bad before I went to the doctors.
    Sounds like it was moving swiftly. Stories like yours make me thankful for health care.
  6. UncleMorgan

    UncleMorgan I eat vegetables. My friends are not vegetables.

    MERSA is nothing but some major-bad juju just waiting for a chance to happen. Fast antibiotics are just about the only thing that will stop it, and even then the healing will be slow. Waiting even one day can be too long.

    A couple of years ago my grandkids started getting hit by MERSA infections from no known source. A new one would pop up every few days, before the last ones were even healed.

    Even spread out around three young-uns that was a lot of infections, and a lot of expensive ER treatments and takeout antibiotics.

    So, I fell back on something I knew about from years ago. A certain kind of electromagnetic healing.

    I whipped up a basic Mr. Thumpy device, and started zapping the MERSA big time. That stopped it dead in it's tracks.

    I hit a new one that was still in the early "spider bite" stage, and it was gone in an hour. No more ER trips.

    After a month or so, the source of the infections just seemed to vanish.

    I have had a lot of experience with Thumpies, and seen some astounding cures with my own eyes. They are a medical option that could be crucial in times of dystopia.

    (Google Dr. BOB Beck and also The Thumpy Files if you're intrigued.)

    Now, to not hijack this thread any further, if someone wants to discuss Thumpies, etc., they should start a new thread, and I'll jump in on it a bit.
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2016
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