Saturday, November 24, 2012

Fish Antibiotics for EMERGENCY Situations

Fish Antibiotics for EMERGENCY Situations 

I'm hesitant to write about this because it's dangerous for everyone in the long run if people abuse antibiotics and take them when not necessary.  That is one of the ways "super bugs" form that are resistant to antibiotics.  Also, a person can become resistant to antibiotics if they take them too much, specially when they don't even need them.  Sometimes, if antibiotics aren't working well, the person has to be admitted to the hospital for IV antibiotics.  They need to be reserved for when really necessary. 

At the same time, I think a person has a right to be prepared in case of a major emergency when it may be harder to get to the doctor or get the medicines they need.  ...or even if it's not safe to go to the doctor because a major epidemic is going around.  (Yep, it's possible and, honestly, I believe, probable someday in the near future.  Even my doctor was talking about it.)  So, please don't self-diagnose yourself as needing antibiotics.  I'm simply posting this information so that people can get some to store away for an emergency situation if they wish. Use your own discretion.  I'm not qualified to give medical advice to anyone on antibiotics. I'm just passing on information I've learned.  :)

Keep in mind too, many infections we get are viral, not bacterial; and antibiotics are not effective against viral infections.  Many people go to the doctor demanding antibiotics for an infection that antibiotics won't work against anyway.  Also, there are different antibiotics that are more effective for different things. 

I'm hoping that most of the people who read this, seeing as how it is a survival/preparedness blog, will use their heads and use this information wisely.  :)

Ok, here it is.  You can buy fish antibiotics (and bird antibiotics) legally without a prescription.  They are sold for fish, but they are the same meds used for people.  Some pet stores carry them in pill form; or you can get them on-line, like e-bay.

 Here are a couple of articles you may want to check out for more information:

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  2. Thanks for giving nice information regarding fish antibiotics for emergency, here are the information my got from some other website antibiotics to buy. It would be more helpful if it contains treatment tips.

  3. When I clicked on "article two" its says "access denied" "you are not authorized to access this page". Its the page for fish antibiotics. What's that about? We are already being denied these important life-saving tactics in case of an apocalypse situation. Don't you just love it!

  4. They must have deleted it or something. :(