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    Posted: March 30 2006 at 12:27pm
This may have already been mentioned, but if not..........
A lot of people think, if it does not come from a Doctor, you can't take it.
But, fish antibiotics are the same as for people, same pill or capsule size dosages and at a cheaper price. And easy to buy online.
I have stocked up on several types, and most are good for a long time (read years) if kept cool and in a dark place. Cypro was tested by the military and was still good after five years.
There are sites online that will explain what each does and the dosage.
Here is one site I buy mine from.
 
 
 
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Hi Mountain, yep a couple of threads around here.  I have two types but stayed away from the "cillin" types because of allergic reaction.  I hate the thought of giving them to those in my pod because i have no medical training.  I think when this hits, i may just call a doctor and say , "I have them.  This is the dose i am planning on giving to an adult of certain weight."  Hopefully i will get reassurance of the doses i have jotted down.
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Thanks for the link. There are like 6 to 7 names (antibiotics).
Which have you taken in the past and how did they respond? any real life experience would help me make decision
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I have used amoxicillin, ampiclliin and one other can't remember which one now. I use them for ear aches, severe sore throat and other pain causing afflictions. They work great, even though the newer bugs in the medical field sometimes have a resistance to them. This seems to always be some super bug staff infection caught in the hospitals.
For me, they are great, and saves a lot of money.
These are what I have stocked up on, they should cover most home style problems, from ear ache, to phenomonia type infections, to skin infections.
Cephalexin,
Metronidazole,
Erythromycin,
Tetracycline,
Ciprofloxacin,
Amoxicillin.
 
You can look up what they do online and decide if you want to omit a couple of them.
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Also to add, some takes a lot per illness, some less. Find the dosage X days, them muitiply by the number of people X a year (years) or however many times you expect an illness to occur and stock up to that level.
At normal usage, I have enough to last a couple of years, but if BF start hitting, I will buy a lot more.
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Are safety standards the same for fish antibiotics as for drugs intended to be taken by people? Could be manufacturing quality is lower.
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The only reason doctors will argue against taking them, is not because the are not good, but because they say people don't know enought on how to treat themselves.
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Originally posted by Mountainwinds Mountainwinds wrote:

The only reason doctors will argue against taking them, is not because the are not good, but because they say people don't know enought on how to treat themselves.


Nope.  In many circumstances, they're made in the same factory on the same production run.  Only the packaging is different.
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    I actually ordered some a month ago. When I received them, I called the manufacturer and asked if they were safe for humans, even though they have a warning label on them. They assured me that they are EXACTLY the same as Human antibiotics, regulated by the same FDA standards. Just be sure to get appropriate dosages.
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What dosage, and which antibiotic, is suggested?
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Can anyone tell me how to store antibiotics long term? I've heard that you can put antibiotics in a mylar bag with dessicant and put them in a fridge to significantly increase the shelf life. Has anyone else heard this?   Does anyone have any better ideas?
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A lot of people coming to this board do not know that Antibiotics do not work in Viruses. It is important to stress that Antibiotics work on bacterial infections. Bacteria is bacteria and Viruses are viruses and never the twain shall meet. Antiviral medicine does work in most cases against viruses, unless they have developed immunity to the medicine.

That Immunity is increasing with each passing year as many countries in Asia are issuing bulk doses of antiviral medicine for common viral illnesses. This results in the viruses becoming immune to the antiviral medication. Those viruses are now coming across the Pacific and showing up in the United States.

Ironically, it was the United States that was partially responsible for overprescribing antibiotics to patients, and that resulted in bacteria that was immune to antibiotics.

Liberal uncalled for use of antivirals and antibiotics is wrong as it only endangers future generations.
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