Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Glad We Could Help



Dear Sir,

I'm writing to express my gratitude, and my St. Bernards gratitude, for the information you provided on antibiotics on your website. Without your website, I wouldn't have been aware of Fish-Flex. After 4 years, 5 vets, thousands of dollars and an exhaustive sleepless week of research once I became overwhelmingly fed up, I can finally say my dogs ear infection is GONE!! He had been suffering for years from yeast/staph infections that would never completely go away and had been repeatedly told by all his vets that it would never fully go away and he would always have problems with his ear. They lied. They had been prescribing sub-par antifungal ear washes that contained 2 ingredients that yeast love...steriods and antibiotics or were prescribing oral amoxicillan (which has no effect on Staph) for his staph infection.

I treated his ear with Monistat 1-day everyday for 10 days along with 14 days of Fish-Flex, 750mg/every 8 hrs. with two 25mg capsules Diphenhydramine (Benadryl) to combat any nausea the antibiotics may cause and prevent him developing allergy inducing antibodies against the monistat (miconazole).

It has only been a month since his last dose but it is the only month in 4 years that he has gone without an infection in any stage and there is NO signs of infection returning any time soon.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for providing the information about Fish-Flex (Cephalexin) that helped me relieve my dog of of his suffering.

Sincerely,
Teresa N
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1 comment:

jeffrey thurston said...

Just wanted to let you know that I also followed the Monistat, Cephalexin, Benadryl regimen for the last 8 days or so and my dog Baxter is almost cured of his incessant scratching and Tourette's-like head shaking. He was supposedly flea allergic but I think the root of it all was this ear problem. I'll keep going but ditto the sentiment in this post- thanks for the help- Jeff T.