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Published on Mar 12, 2010
During Christmas time of 2009 I had finally run out of luck. The boil on my right index finger was so infected and swollen that my whole hand hurt and my finger looked like it belonged to Andre the Giant. Three days before Christmas I noticed red streaks running up my arm signifying the spreading of the infection. I had persisted through so many boils in the past few years without treatment because I knew that constantly using antibiotics would be unhealthy and ultimately make my problem worse. This time I had not choice and I rushed to the emergency room. The admitting nurse immediately recognized I would need intravenous antibiotics and sure enough when I saw the doctor it wasn't long before they tapped my vein and started administering Vancomycin, one of the strongest antibiotics available. I ended up staying in the hospital for four nights and then I was set up to receive the medicine at my home for the next two weeks. The bacteria from the boil had infected my blood. I was always afraid this would happen and finally my fear was realized. After the two weeks of intravenous Vancomycin my blood tested negative for the MRSA bacteria, but I knew from 3 years experience that once the antibiotics stopped taking effect in about a month then the boils would start to come back again.
My younger brother had the same problem in the past and he was healed by going to the William Hitt Clinic. I had always meant to go, but living in Northern California running and internet home business, it didn't seem possible to get away for enough time to receive the recommended treatment. After my hospital experience it got a whole lot easier to find the time to do so and I scheduled treatment for early in 2010. I went to the clinic for about 15 treatments in all over the course of about 3 months. While I was there I met people being treated successfully for cancer, Lyme disease, drug addiction and other serious ailments.
As for me the boils have stopped coming back. I haven't had any for about two weeks now and this is a record. The antibiotics have long since worn off. I really don't think I'm going to get any more boils, but I am planning on at least a few more treatments just to be sure. Then I'll continue to go back periodically for my general health. I highly recommend this to anyone.