I think that this is something I never heard of before. But I did find this on GoogleInteresting, Benay, that you combine Tylenol PM (with the antihistamine benadryl in it) with Tramadol. I read (somewhere?) that Tramadol releases/increases(?) histamines , but do not know. Also read that Tramadol might suppress serotonin. What do you think, Josephine?
Antibiotics are often not necessary for dental work, because the bacteria in your mouth are not the ones usually responsible for joint infections:If surgery is a must to remove the tooth and do an implant, my orthopedic surgeon will have to work with oral surgeon to create a plan to prevent infection. I caught C-Diff in 2006 in the hospital and was in for a month and almost didn’t make it, so antibiotics long term not good for me.
Thanks!! My surgeon said same today..just treat UTIs and urologist said the antibiotics target the bladder so C-Diff flare up no issue with them.1've had three knee replacements, the first one in 2000, and I suffer from UTIs from time to time. I have the UTIs treated when they occur and I haven't had any problems with infection affecting my knees.
Here’s some from me!Good thoughts coming my way are welcomed.
This sounds like fun!We are part of an acting improv class that starts Sunday again and will be starting some art classes again in August.