Obtaining antibiotic protocols
Details on how and where to obtain appropriate medication.
Date: 5/10/2013 12:45:25 AM ( 7 y ) ... viewed 2820 times
I have had a number of enquiries about how to obtain the compounded antibiotics necessary to combat these parasites.
The antibiotics required in the protocols used by the Centre for Digestive Diseases (CDD) http://www.cdd.com.au/
are not available via the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) and are therefore unavailable in general pharmacies.
To obtain the medicines you require, you will need to liaise with the CDD, or your doctor will need to do so on your behalf. You will need to obtain an appropriate prescription for a treatment protocol based on your previous (failed) treatment history and current test results.
I cannot emphasise enough that it is very helpful to your case to provide a document to any doctors or specialists you may see, which outlines all the medications you have been prescribed for your condition, in what dosages, and when, as well as any details of symptom progression/improvement and any stool test results.
(Note that if you are still experiencing symptoms, obtain a referral to Histopath http://www.histopath.com.au/
for a 3-day parasitology stained stool test kit - which you can post back). Please see previous posts on why a proper test is necessary to detect these parasites effectively.)
All the above measures will help the CDD determine which treatment protocol you should go on. The CDD has different levels of antibiotic treatment protocols they will prescribe based on your history and likelihood of your parasites being resistant.
Once you have the prescription from your GP, based on the advice of the CDD, you can obtain the relevant medications from the West Lindfield Compounding Pharmacy http://www.compoundingchemist.com/index.html
You can post, email or fax the referral and obtain the medicines by mail.
Make sure after treatment to follow up with appropriate stool testing via Histopath.
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