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Old 10-06-2011, 05:25 AM
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Exclamation Stool test results...not what I expected

I found preliminary results of a stool test that was sent STAT to my chiro. What scares me is that he said that the lab NEVER sends STAT reports before the rest of the lab results are in....he said that this means that my infection is very serious. I have a rare infection of:

Aeromonas sobris and aeromonas cerviae.

Have u heard of these? God only knows what else is brewing, but the lab said that the only cure is Cipro. I'd rather avoid such a heavy-duty antibiotic, for that may cause more harm than good.

There isn't much info out there, but it is a Gram-negative, non-spore-forming, rod-shaped, facultatively anaerobic bacteria?

https://www.fda.gov/Food/FoodSafety/F.../ucm070523.htm


https://www.uptodate.com/contents/aeromonas-infections
GREAT article. They ferment glucose...thus, I need a low carb diet in order to starve them out.

https://jac.oxfordjournals.org/content/35/4/453.abstract
Highly resistant to antibiotics and quickly grows resistant to them

https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/9/5...51_article.htm
Good overview, treatment, presentation, causes. Maybe my "MRSA" infection was actually the aeromonas, but it didn't show up on the culture sample.... I still get flareup of cellulitis in my hand at random times (not to mention the acne and GI issues). Did the Vanco make it worse?

Does anyone have any knowledge on this? Any suggestions?

Also, in regards to MMS:
Would the every-hour protocol of MMS + citric acid with DMSO (1:1:1 ratio) be best...or would a twice-a-day or three-a-day dose be best? [Since this is NOT Candida, would it be best to hit it hard 2-3 times a day or in small amounts every hour?]

I've heard of people taking MMS UNactivated (no citric acid), letting the stomach acid activate it for them. Is this a better option? I guess the taste and side effects are more tolerable.

I also heard of people putting the drops in capsules, so that it goes directly to the stomach, bypassing the throat and causing less irritation. Would u recommend this? I tried it this AM and I feel lots better. (No gagging).

Thanks again!

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Old 10-06-2011, 11:34 AM
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For Treatments for Aeromonas hydrophila... from wiki:

Aeromonas hydrophila can be eliminated using one percent sodium hypochlorite solution and two percent calcium hypochlorite solution.

Antibiotic agents such as chloramphenicol, florenicol, tetracycline, sulfonamide, nitrofuran derivatives, and pyrodinecarboxylic acids are used to eliminate and control the infection of Aeromonas hydrophila.

Terramycin is placed in fish food during hatchery operations as another chemotherapeutic agent in preventing Aeromonas hydrophila.

I would stay away from the antibiotics for now. Use MMS1 in capsules if you prefer, not unactivated mms... unactivated mms is not nearly as strong.
Also add MMS2 because MMS2 is calcium hypochlorite, which is actually hypochlorus acid... which is the same as your stomach acid.
https://www.jimhumble.biz/index.php?o...d=38&Itemid=66

You have had this for a very long time. I see no reason to rush into taking Cipro. There is a good chance that this microbe has set up housekeeping due to your low stomach acid issue thats been going on for years and this was likely brought into your body by something you ate. They would not have treated you for MRSA unless MRSA came out on your culture.

MMS1 may not be enough for this pathogen. But MMS1 will detox other things as well as heavy metals. MMS2 may be a big help. Give the treatment a month. If no improvement then go to cipro. Do not take cipro without huge dosages of probiotics.

I would do small amounts every hour with the DMSO. Take the MMS2 which comes in capsules, start at a low dosage and work up to two or three a day.


Hypochlorus acid injected directly into the vein is an old time medicine used to kill the most serious sepsis diseses. They should never have stopped using it, but alas, no profit for the pharmaceutical industry.

Now that you know what you have your will surely be on your road to recovery.

The following is a protocol Jim wrote for HIV but it would be the same for you.
You really want to flood your bowel with this stuff.. and it is likely that this parasite may have set up housekeeping in other parts. If you look on the net the same places that sell MMS1 will sell MMS2 all ready to go. I purchased mine and capped my own but you would do better just to buy it and get on with the program.

So enter MMS2. When taken with MMS1, the two together have produced negative blood test readings (basically that means cured) in quite a few HIV cases so far. In fact, all of the cases receiving both MMS1 and 2 have checked negative (free from HIV). We don't have thousands of cases so far and we will produce the necessary case studies when the Foundation and Institute for Advanced MMS Studies is funded. But just to give you an idea, the protocol for HIV has been: three activated drops of MMS1 each hour for at least 8 hours during the day, plus one size zero capsule of MMS2 taken every two hours for eight hours per day - all done continuously for three weeks, then we submit blood to the testing lab. Oh yes, at first drink 2 glasses of water with the MMS2 capsule and then always one full glass of water thereafter with each capsule.
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For Treatments for Aeromonas hydrophila... from wiki:

Aeromonas hydrophila can be eliminated using one percent sodium hypochlorite solution and two percent calcium hypochlorite solution.

Antibiotic agents such as chloramphenicol, florenicol, tetracycline, sulfonamide, nitrofuran derivatives, and pyrodinecarboxylic acids are used to eliminate and control the infection of Aeromonas hydrophila.

Terramycin is placed in fish food during hatchery operations as another chemotherapeutic agent in preventing Aeromonas hydrophila.

I would stay away from the antibiotics for now. Use MMS1 in capsules if you prefer, not unactivated mms... unactivated mms is not nearly as strong.
Also add MMS2 because MMS2 is calcium hypochlorite, which is actually hypochlorus acid... which is the same as your stomach acid.
https://www.jimhumble.biz/index.php?o...d=38&Itemid=66

You have had this for a very long time. I see no reason to rush into taking Cipro. There is a good chance that this microbe has set up housekeeping due to your low stomach acid issue thats been going on for years and this was likely brought into your body by something you ate. They would not have treated you for MRSA unless MRSA came out on your culture.

MMS1 may not be enough for this pathogen. But MMS1 will detox other things as well as heavy metals. MMS2 may be a big help. Give the treatment a month. If no improvement then go to cipro. Do not take cipro without huge dosages of probiotics.

I would do small amounts every hour with the DMSO. Take the MMS2 which comes in capsules, start at a low dosage and work up to two or three a day.


Hypochlorus acid injected directly into the vein is an old time medicine used to kill the most serious sepsis diseses. They should never have stopped using it, but alas, no profit for the pharmaceutical industry.

Now that you know what you have your will surely be on your road to recovery.

The following is a protocol Jim wrote for HIV but it would be the same for you.
You really want to flood your bowel with this stuff.. and it is likely that this parasite may have set up housekeeping in other parts. If you look on the net the same places that sell MMS1 will sell MMS2 all ready to go. I purchased mine and capped my own but you would do better just to buy it and get on with the program.

So enter MMS2. When taken with MMS1, the two together have produced negative blood test readings (basically that means cured) in quite a few HIV cases so far. In fact, all of the cases receiving both MMS1 and 2 have checked negative (free from HIV). We don't have thousands of cases so far and we will produce the necessary case studies when the Foundation and Institute for Advanced MMS Studies is funded. But just to give you an idea, the protocol for HIV has been: three activated drops of MMS1 each hour for at least 8 hours during the day, plus one size zero capsule of MMS2 taken every two hours for eight hours per day - all done continuously for three weeks, then we submit blood to the testing lab. Oh yes, at first drink 2 glasses of water with the MMS2 capsule and then always one full glass of water thereafter with each capsule.
Arrow, for the sake of clarity, you said "calcium hypochlorite, which is actually hypochlorus acid... which is the same as your stomach acid."

HCL (stomach acid) is also called hydrogen chloride, it is not hypochlorus acid.
What used to be injected years ago to kill all pathogens was indeed HCL. Here is another excellent therapy like you said that was discarded due to it's great efficacy and lack of financial gain.
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Yes, you are absolutely right. It is not the same... and I knew when I wrote that is was an error...but when I went to remove it I didnt see it and then I thought well maybe i didn't wirte it after all and was just thinking about writing it...

anyway thanks for the correction... but your auto immune system does make it.
I have been reading articles lately on how it is injected. Truely amazing...but few doctors do it anymore. Now with MMS2 we dont need to inject... but I suppose if it was a life or death crisis injection might be worth while. .. Injections were quite small... like .2ml or so. I will see if I can find the articles.. I had kind of forgotten about them, being part of my long long list of things to look into.
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