I accidentally discovered antibiotics helped my MS
I was given Augmentin recently as a result of a bronchial infection by my daughter who is a nurse practitioner. I noticed my MS symptoms got better when I started taking Augmentin. I started researching, thinking there had to be a reason the antibiotics were making me feel so much better at a time when I would usually flare. Getting sick always has made my MS flare, but not this time. I have historically avoided taking antibiotics as I thought they were so bad for me and destroyed my gut flora. I started researching antibiotics use and MS treatment and found this website. I am so glad I did and feel like I just had my life handed back to me. I showed this website to my daughter and she thinks the cap protocol would be a good thing for me to try, especially since I am already showing signs of improvement. However, she has only just gotten her license and is working with another nurse practitioner who practices holistically and does everything she can with supplements and doesn't use antibiotics unless she must. My daughter says she can't jeopardize her license and prescribe long term antibiotics for me even though she agreed it could help me. So, I have been looking for another doctor without any luck. I am lucky in that my daughter will know what I am doing and can monitor my care while I do this protocol- but I am going to have to go the route of buying my antibiotics online. I need to have someone that knows of good quality online antibiotics PM me as I don't want to buy something that might not work or be as effective. I have purchased from India before, but frankly the doxy available from the place I am familiar with says it has sporebiotics included in the antibiotic, which is just weird. I want to take probiotics away from the antibiotics, not at the same time so I guess I just don't what exactly what to get. If anyone has any advice for me on where to buy I would appreciate it, so please PM me. I am so glad to have found this website, and I am already reading up on what to expect and all the tips on doing the protocol. It is going to be a long road, but at least I won't be going it alone.