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Various infections are common with CFIDS. These infections adds further stress to the body, causing the illness to be more complex and difficult to reverse. These infections may be opportunistic (happens after CFIDS) or causal (contributes to CFIDS developing)

Common Antibiotics used with CFIDS

See The Infection Matrix for more specific details
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Doxycycline (Tetracycline) 569 - Recommended ones
Transfer Factor 371
Ciprofloxacin (Quinolones) 347
Minocycline (Tetracycline) 340
Azithromycin (Macrolides) 305
Zithromax (Macrolides) 297
Whey 296
Clarithromycin (Macrolides) 286
Olive Leaf 242
Biaxin (Macrolides) 205
Tetracycline(Tetracycline) 158
Flagyl (Metronidazole) 122
Amoxicillin 78
Ganciclovir (Antiviral) 75
Augmentin 62
Sulfamethoxazole (Bactrim component) 57  - Questionable
Bactrim 55 - Questionable
Trimethoprim (Bactrim component) 10 - Questionable

Antibiotic Protocols

There are three main protocols: Prof. Garth Nicolson, US, Dr. C. Jadin MD, South Africa and alternative (consisting of various non-denatured wheys and transfer factors)

Personally, we have done Jadin's protocol and prefer it as it pro-actively addresses antibiotic resistant infections. It handles Mycoplama, Chlaymedia and Rickettsia. We also are using the alternative (with good results).

To read C. Jadin's Literature click here.

Prof. Nicolson is available at: http://www.immed.org/illness/treatment_considerations.html

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