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Antibiotics and Hep C

From:  D.N.
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2013 4:58 AM
To: Lloyd
Subject: antibiotics and hep c

Dear Lloyd: This last week I had some dental work done, and the dentist prescribed amoxicillin and metronidazole due to infection. I took the antibiotics for 24 hours and developed vomiting and cold sweats along with flu like symptoms ( but no fever). I'll be contacting the dentist today, but what is your opinion and what would you recommend.
Thanks, D. N.


From: Lloyd Wright
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2013 8:23 AM
To: D.N.
Subject: RE: antibiotics and hep c

Hello D.N.,

Back in 2002 I published the information that amoxicillin was killing people with hep c. Two capsules will raise the viral load 2 million points over night. It also raises the ast and alt along with many other complications.

I have written it all over the web, I have published this in my books, I have spoken about it on nearly every radio and TV show I have been on.

Nexium, Prilosec, any acid pump inhibitor will do very much the same thing. Many other antibiotic also will do something similar to amoxicillin but amoxicillin is the worst.

Please do not ever take antibiotics again, at least until your hep c is cured.

For now, take HLC symbiotic intensive for 7 days, HLC intensive for 2 months. This will hep you regain your lost good bacterial but it will not to my knowledge repair the damage done by amoxicillin.

Most dentists think I am nuts, including my own but the fact remains, amoxicillin is a killer in hep c. Back in 1992 when I was getting a dental implant, prior to knowing I had hep c I ended up in a hospital with a bleeding colon and other problems due to antibiotics and hep c all due to the “complete” lack of information known about antibiotics and hep c. Doctors should be forced to learn new info as it comes along. Most of them are stuck with what they learned in school 30 years ago and think people like me are just dreaming up stuff.

Feel better!
Lloyd


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