Remedies Urgently Needed for Deep Wound Sepsis After Hip Replacement

Posted By Gdhealed (Connecticut ) on 01/31/2018

A female relative had multiple hip replacements (revisions) and immediately after surgery had redness and burning. She had many hip revision surgeries since the hips failed from repeated infections not disclosed. Now she is in such pain that she can barely walk. I have read that various bacteria breed around the prosthesis (metal hip).

The following bacterium is sited in these conditions: Streptococci, beta-haemolytic streptococci, pepto streptococcos, staphyloccous aureau. The common name given is deep wound Sepsis. I have given her Oil of Oregano capsules, she took one and stopped because she said it made the pain worse. She currently is on no other medications other than NAC for attempts to detox from cobalt/chromium.

I will wait for the reply of how to get rid of the bacteria in her body. Thanks. I appreciate this community very much.

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Replied by Mama To Many (Tn) on 02/01/2018

Is she under a doctor's care and on antibiotics? I was under the impression that sepsis (blood infection) is life threatening. My father in law almost died from septicemia a number of years ago, but prompt medical care saved him.

While I have used natural remedies like turmeric for staph and cayenne pepper for strep and honey for wounds, in the case of septicemia I think I would be pursuing urgent medical care unless it was not available, especially since natural remedies do not work as well for those who are in a compromised overall state of health.

~Mama to Many~

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Replied by Timh (Ky) on 02/01/2018

The best treatment plan will be both local & oral. Local: Heat Pad or Heat Lamp will help very much. Followed by SalonPas Medicated Patches will help as would any essential oil like Eucalyptus, Tea Tree.

As for oral: Colloidal Silver or Lipo Vit-C. As for herbs, an extract of Echinacea/Goldenseal is effective or simply high potency Berberine alone. Triple Mushroom Extract will boost overall immunity.

Zinc/Elderberry lozenges will also help overall immunity & defense.

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