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Re: Are antibiotics necessary for morgellons?
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Re: Are antibiotics necessary for morgellons?

I have taken most of the Antibiotics made. Helpful for a certain amount of time, then usually stops. I believe its a morphological fungi or the like. Meaning it can change appearance, shape, size location in body. Makes it nearly undetectable. This is all my "irrational thinking" though. Ha. Anyways, the list included Penicillin, Ciprofloxacin,Keflex, Rochephin, wanna ask specifics otherwise, please feel free. I really have brain fog and remembering the TONS of drugs ive tried is impossible. I also had a series of steroids meant to "reboot" my entire immune system. Also a fail. I had candida on bloodwork, so i took high doses of fluconazole for a year before realizing i had become immune. So within a few months of switching to ketoconazole instead, bloodwork balanced back to normal! Still many odd, depressing, unrealistic symptoms left untreated here, but progress none the less.


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