Questions and Answers about MRSA Carriers
What is a carrier? Can you ever get rid of MRSA completely? Will you always be a carrier?
Staph and MRSA are a growing problem and we’re all exposed to these infectious bacteria more often than we realize. Because MRSA is contagious, it’s easy for the bacteria to get picked up and “carried” from one person to another. The questions and answers below will help you to understand what a MRSA carrier is and what the risks are.
People who harbor MRSA can spread or transmit the bacteria to others. It’s possible for them to spread it to someone else who then becomes infected. To learn more about Staph and MRSA transmission, click the link.
This is because carriers can have the bacteria living in other parts of their bodies and still test negative at their noses. Some doctors believe that the back of the throat is a more accurate place to test. The bacteria prefer places that are warm and moist, including the nose, throat, armpits and the groin area. In fact, some doctors will also test the groin area in addition to the nose.
However, MRSA and Staph can be very difficult to get rid of. A powerful factor is that these bacteria can create biofilm colonies and L-form “stealth bacteria” to hide and protect themselves inside your body. Many antibiotics do not work against these stealth bacteria and that’s where non-antibiotic approaches come in. Many people have found taking maintenance levels of natural antimicrobial agents like oregano essential oil and olive leaf herbal supplements to be very helpful. Products that break down biofilm layers in the body can be beneficial and can also help your treatments to work better such as Manuka honey. Strengthening your immune system is also an important factor.
I think a better goal is to restore balance to the protective bacteria inside your gut and on your skin and restore the health of your body’s natural defenses. Because of the superbug bacteria present everywhere today, it’s important to make your body more resistant to these bacteria. Resisting infection can be much easier if your immune system is strong and your body is in balance.
Protecting yourself on multiple fronts
The best way to guard against infection is to use a multi-front approach. While hygiene, treatments that work, cleaning your home and good hygiene are all important, those who make their body naturally resistant to infections see the best results. If you have an active infection, learn how to use treatments that support your body without tearing it down. If you’ve been infected in the past, then boosting and maintaining your natural resistance is one of the most effective things you can do. You can learn about the most important steps to stop MRSA here.
Protect yourself and your family
MRSA and Staph are serious and potentially life-threatening infections. Antibiotics and conventional medicine often fail against these superbugs. Fortunately, there are powerful natural and alternative remedies for handling these infections.
The MRSA Secrets Revealed Program contains Michelle’s 3-Step Infection-Free Method™, a complete how-to guide to naturally stop these infections. It includes the strongest remedies for skin, internal, nose and other types of infection. The program also includes ways you can protect yourself and your family in hospitals and in the community.