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Cyndy
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Hi! has anyone taken colloidal silver and IV rocephin at the same time. I have read that colloidal silver should not be taken at the same time as penicillin. I was just wondering if I should wait until after I come off the rocephin to begin it.

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I see that you are doing Rocephin. Would love to hear about your experience as I am trying desp to get my doc to do a course of IV Rocephin

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I just started this past Wednesday. So I don't have much input yet. So far I have been pleased. The first night was pretty rough as I had some chest pain and burning. Also pain in my back increased immensely. I had a lot of anxiety from it all but when I realized it was in fact anxiety I handled it better. I just wasn't expecting the chest pain. It happens every day but since I know what to expect it's not that bad.

My pcp wouldn't order it. I had to find another dr. Fortunately thanks to Siciliano if found a good dr. The picc line was kind of scary; but really it was a breeze.

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Would you be infusing Rocephin or taking it orally?

If what you are taking is a newer silver hyrdosol suspended colloidal silver, you just want to make sure you don't combine it with saline as saline will render it useless.

Why shouldn't CS be taken with penicillin? I haven't heard this.

If you are taking CS IV, make sure it's done right. Liver enzymes can actually jump from the use of IV CS believe it or not even when it's done "properly".

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Infusing. The CS is is Silva Solution Pro50 a homeopathic mixture.

I don't know why you wouldn't I just read not to take it with pencillin or tetracyclines.

There was no explanation. I hate it when they do that. You still don't know what to do. Sometimes it's something that doesn't even apply.

It also contains belladonna, phosphorus, drosera rotundifolia and sticta pulmonaria (what ever that is).

The only thing that goes in the IV is Saline, rocephin, and heparin.

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Agg, I meant to ask if you were infusing colloidal silver. If so, don't use saline. I have the protocol for another brand of CS if you would like to infuse (if your doctor is willing to do this).

I forgot to mention I take CS with Rocephin.

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That's ok. Has the CS infusion helped?

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