But we can’t have antibiotics anymore....gov. Studies say they are bad...and we can’t have pain pills either..gov. Studies say they are bad.
Obamacare plan......shut up,suffer in silence and then die..please...and hurry it up..we are going broke.
I was just thinking the other day about ulcers (no real reason). They used to be a big deal, right? No real cure? Then somebody figured out that antibiotics could fix ‘em.
My back pains went away about two weeks after I started eating low-carb.
Keep a record of what you eat and see if there is a correlation of your back pain with particular foods.
I find ice cream will do it.
It was for me, I had it for years, made some adjustments and the problem went away.
What we’re talking here is insanity!
The Med Mafia is constantly looking for ways to shove more deadly drugs into very misled people.
Let Yehova deal with them in the most appropriatwe way.
One problem, it’s in the Telegraph, which means they just finished making it up.
My back is a train wreck, no antibiotic is going to make any difference.
Stretching, music, humor, and prayer all get remarkable results, though.
Second string remedies: back rubs and an occasional 500mg magnesium salicylate (formerly Doan’s Pills).
Well, if your back pain is caused by being bed-ridden because of some infection, then the antibiotic could resolve the infection, and clear up the back problem. Otherwise, it sounds like a big load of Bravo Sierra. They always seems to find a reason for us to take another pill.
My back has gotten better ever since I started taking steps to make it and the supporting muscles stronger and more limber. This requires all of 10-15 minutes of stretching before I go to bed. The Horror! If history is any guide, I will gradually fall out of the habit of stretching, push myself too hard running, and hurt my back again. They don’t have a pill to fix that.
“......it could be ME... ankylosing spondylitis”
Back pain can be due to a variety of sources; osteoarthritis, disc, muscular conditions are the most common. But this might help those with with disco-genic back pain (disc herniations, degeneration, annular tears etc). Instead of exposing patents to the systemic effects of oral/IV antibiotics, an intra-discal administration would probably be more effective with fewer adverse effects (such as C. diff). As with ulcers (H. Pylori), the most common pathogens for discs need to be identified.