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#1 of 3 Old 07-14-2013, 02:27 PM - Thread Starter
 
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DH has a staph infection on his face that won't seem to go away. He's done a few rounds of antibiotics which have probably opened the way for done yeast to irritate his face as well. I'm trying to support his immune with supplements, but I'm also trying to think of some kind of rinse or wash or salve that i can give him to promote healing and/or inhibit the yeast and the bacteria. I'm up for making my own. Any thoughts?

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Probiotics will help with balance of both and keep yeast a tbay. Also while on antibiotics refrain from sugar. Has he been checked for mrsa?
 

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I have friends whose daughter's stoma was surrounded by a staph infection. They tried everything natural and pharmaceutical, but the one thing that knocked it out was emu oil.

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