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Fish Antibiotic Update 2016
As of 2016 most preppers are well aware of OTC “fish antibiotics” intended for aquarium use. If the concept is new to you, please search this site for earlier articles, including yearly updates.
In reviewing several fish antibiotic web sites, I see certain retailers continue to offer ketoconazole, which is not an antibiotic, but rather an antifungal. Ketoconazole is sold right along with common antibiotics such as penicillin, likely leading the uninformed reader to wrongly conclude that they are equally safe and effective for bacterial illnesses such as pneumonia and strep throat, which ketoconazole is not. Continue reading
Antibiotics – 5 Reasons to Avoid Them – Yeast Infection, MRSA, Resistance, Diarrhea, and Allergy
[Original publication date 2-24-11. Content and links checked and updated 5-21-16.] Have a cold? Take an antibiotic? Ear pain? Take an antibiotic. Acne? Take an antibiotic. That’s what people think anyway.
Posted in Acne, Acne, Antibiotics, Common cold, Earache, Medical archives, Perennial Favorites, Prescription Medications, Skin, Stockpiling medications, Yeast infection Tagged Antibacterial, Antibiotic, Antibiotic resistance, Bacteria, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Clostridium difficile, Drug resistance, Infection, Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus aureus Leave a comment
Fish Antibiotic Update 2015
If you’re new to the whole concept of fish antibiotics, there are a few basics you need to know. These are not antibiotics made out of fish. Neither are they micro-pills you must cram down your guppy’s throat. In general they are pills or capsules of the same size and strength humans use.
Although you cannot buy human or even dog antibiotics in the U.S. without a legal prescription, a federal loophole allows these same antibiotics to be sold over-the-counter for aquarium use. (Most physicians and pharmacists are unaware of this exemption.) Many of these so-called fish antibiotics are the same quality and dosage as human antibiotics (USP grade, AB-rated generics). Those who purchase these products are implicitly agreeing to use these antibiotics for aquarium purposes only. Continue reading
Tip of the Week: Home strep throat tests
If you have kids at home and are worried about strep throat, check out the over-the-counter rapid strep kits on Amazon. I have not seen them for sale in local pharmacies, but online ordering is simple and requires no medical … Continue reading
Tip of the Week: Dilute bleach for superficial infections
In an era without easy access to antibiotics, saving your precious penicillin for a serious pneumonia would be wise. So what do you do if you have a (mild) case of impetigo, or perhaps a yeast rash in a skin … Continue reading
Posted in Medical archives, Skin, Skin infection, Slide show, Water Tagged Antibacterial, Athlete's foot, Bleach, Skin Care, Solution 2 Comments
Treating life-threatening diarrhea after taking antibiotics
If you fear that one day you may be on your own, and if you want to make sure you or a loved won’t die of diarrhea, you must know how to cure C diff. Without treatment, this infection is … Continue reading
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Are you part of the 13%?
Copyright ©2012 Cynthia J. Koelker, MD Last night I shared dinner with another doctor on my “Front Porch Book Tour.” One of the topics we discussed was “the 13%” – are you a member? In any life-threatening crisis – potentially … Continue reading
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Fish Antibiotics – Step 2: Ciprofloxacin
[Review of series to date: If you’ve given up on getting your doctor to prescribe extra antibiotics for stockpiling or perhaps merely want to supplement your limited stores, you may be considering the “fish antibiotic” route. This series of articles … Continue reading
Posted in Acute diseases, Anthrax, Anthrax, Antibiotics, Asthma/COPD, Bronchitis, Cholera, Chronic bronchitis, COPD, Cough, Diarrhea, Diarrhea, Difficulty urinating, Diseases, Fish antibiotics, Flank pain, Frequent urination, Gonorrhea, Lung disease, Over-the-counter meds, Pneumonia, Prescription Medications, Skin infection, Slide show, STD, Symptoms, Urinary tract infection Tagged Anthrax, Antibacterial, Cefalexin, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Cipro, Ciprofloxacin, TEOTWAWKI, Urinary tract infection 1 Comment