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Re: Is iodine reducing the effectiveness of antibiotics?
 
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Re: Is iodine reducing the effectiveness of antibiotics?


I certainly dont know, I havent used Antibiotics in over 20 years.
But the little I know of bodily chemistry; no way Iodine reduce its effectivenes, rather it would enchance the body`s resistance to bugs, building its terrain. Just a guess, though.
Seems like you want us to cover all your bases, support your use of Antibiotics (anti-life) still tell you all is fine.

One of the worst decisions I did in my life, was to take Antibiotics , for a simple UTI. It caused 20 years of candida, IBS, loads of problems. Maybe it was just bad timing, still;

- I would use it only in a life threatening situation.

Antibiotics works poorly with ear infections. Often a new infection appear within 2-3 months; ears or other places of the body.
Negative; yes I am towards antibiotics, it simply do not work other than short term. The most positive I can say about it, it give you some time to work on the issue.
 

 
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