Resistant STD Unspecified Urethritis

by AAA
(California )

My Symptoms are:

Symptoms started two weeks after unprotected sex:

Burning during urination
Redness in urethra

Month later:
Heart palpitations, Chest pain. Heart rhythm is off.

Sleep Disorder, Tachycardia during sleep, Oxygen drops while sleep

Dizzy-light headed feeling-

Uncontrollable movements

Poor vision

Antibiotics do not work on me anymore. Ab did clear up this unknown infection during my younger days.

Prior to STD I was a super healthy man.

Can mega dose of vitamin C cure or improve my issues?

I really appreciate your thoughts on this.

Thank you

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Studies do show that vitamin C may be effective against antibiotic resistant disease
by: Brian


Consult your physician about any reasons that you may need to avoid high doses of vitamin C and ask about a proper dose, but "yes" there is some evidence that such conditions may be helped. The title mentions that the STD is now resistant to antibiotics. Some doctors and studies support vitamin C as a treatment for antibiotic resistant infections, even going so far as to say that vitamin C kills bacteria that antibiotics cannot. In this study on drug-resistant TB, research found vitamin C kills drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) bacteria in laboratory culture. Although, the research results have not been confirmed in humans.

Meanwhile, not all of the evidence comes up roses. In a study on non-antibiotic prophylaxis of recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs), sufficient evidence was lacking and vitamin C could not be recommended for prevention of recurrence of UTIs.

Libov, Charlotte . "Vitamin C Kills Bacteria Drugs Can't: Study." Newsmax. Newsmax Media, Inc., 22 May 2013. Web. 17 Dec. 2016.

Vilcheze, Catherine, Ph.D., Travis Hartman, and Brian Weinrick, Ph.D. "Study Finds Vitamin C Can Kill Drug-Resistant TB | Albert Einstein College of Medicine." Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 21 May 2013. Web. 17 Dec. 2016.

Beerepoot, M.; Geerlings, S. Non-Antibiotic Prophylaxis for Urinary Tract Infections. Pathogens 2016, 5, 36.

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