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think my mom has mrsa, cant see doc, natural treatment?
My grandfather is doing really bad in the hospital right now. My mom refuses to leave His side. He's been here For five days now. She had started developing what she thought were boils a few days Before. She now has Several more, one pretty painful. So. I'm fairly sure it's MRSA.
Since she won't leave to Go see a doctor, i am interested In what i can use to treat her in this situation. I already have mgo 400 manuka honey, and have ordered. oregano and tea tree oil. What else can i use?
How is your mom? While MRSA is usually diagnosed with physical examination and diagnostic tests such as culture and sensitivity, antibiotic treatment is often indicated. However, with alternative medicine, other natural treatments (apart from manuka honey and essential oils) like garlic and viral phage treatment may help. You can also check with your local naturopathic doctor for proper management. Take care and do keep us posted.
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