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I wish you and your family a speedy recovery.

Some strains of antibiotics are becoming ineffective as the chicken farmers - especially in India - feed antibiotics to the chickens like candy.

When antibiotics don't work garlic is an age old remedy.
You cut a peeled clove or two into little pieces and swallow it (you can add tomato sauce to mask the raw garlic edge).

Do this several times a day - like 3 plus

NOTE! - do not take garlic at the same time as your antibiotic! Wait 1.5 hour for the antibiotic to clear the stomach. The garlic will kill the antibiotic

Garlic contains sulfur compounds which aid the body in killing infections and is useful in a wide-range of infections.

As an example, it is used to help kill the c-diff intestinal bacteria (rampant is some hospitals and highly contagious - resulting in sever illness and death for those who are weak) to which antibiotics are now ineffective.

I hope it helps

Digestive Disorders

C. diff
In this Article

Symptoms of C. diff
Risk Factors for C. diff
Treatments for C. diff
Preventing C. diff Infection

The average human digestive tract is home to as many as 1,000 species of microorganisms. Most of them are harmless -- or even helpful -- under normal circumstances. But when something upsets the balance of these organisms in your gut, otherwise harmless bacteria can grow out of control and make you sick. One of the worst offenders is a bacterium called Clostridium difficile(C. difficile, or C. diff). As the bacteria overgrow they release toxins that attack the lining of the intestines, causing a condition called Clostridium difficilecolitis.

Though relatively rare compared to other intestinal bacteria, C. diff is one of the most important causes of infectious diarrhea in the U.S.
Symptoms of C. diff

C. difficile infection can range from mild to life-threatening. Symptoms of mild cases include watery diarrhea, three or more times a day for several days, with abdominal pain or tenderness.

Symptoms of more severe C. diff infection include:

Watery diarrhea, up to 15 times each day
Severe abdominal pain
Loss of appetite
Blood or pus in the stool
Weight loss

In some cases, C. diff infection can lead to a hole in the intestines, which can be fatal if not treated immediately.

C. diff can be diagnosed by stool specimens tested for the toxins. In some cases, a colonoscopy may be needed for diagnosis and more tests ordered.
Risk Factors for C. diff

Although C. diff occasionally causes problems in healthy people, it is most likely to affect patients in hospitals or long-term care facilities. Most have conditions that require long-term treatment with antibiotics, which kill off other intestinal bacteria that keep C. diff in check. While use of any antibiotic can potentially lead to C. diff overgrowth, it most commonly occurs with the use of an antibiotic that is broad-spectrum, or able to kill a wide variety of bacteria. It also happens more often when multiple antibiotics are needed to fight infection and when the antibiotics need to be taken for a long period of time.
C. diff: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

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