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tickalert
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Does anyone know of any. I'm not to sure with a past history of C Diff if I should do Tindamax or Flagyl.

I have heard GSE.

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lymebytes
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Well they use Flagyl or Tindamax to kill C.diff. Ironically though Flagyl can cause C.diff too, in which case they'd likely use oral Vanco to get rid of it.

Some LLMd's believe Tindamax is superior to Flagyl.

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I have heard GSE is one of the very best Natural Cyst busters and overall Anit infective natural agents..]


I have a bottle but only briefly tried it so far.

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Grapefruit seed extract (GSE) has been found to work as a cyst buster. Not sure if it is as effective as flagyl, but it has been proven the GSE does attack the cysts.
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I've been on tindamax for about 1.5 weeks and am feeling significantly better. Flagyl is supposed to have more side effects but tindamax can be hard to get. My local drug stores don't carry it. I had to go to a compounding pharmacy.

Sheryl

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