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Actinomycosis

There are two effective ways to treat Actinomycosis.

Antibiotics

Actinomycosis is primarily treated with antibiotics. Penicillin must often be given in large dosages to effectively treat infections. Your doctor may prescribe alternative antibiotics if you have a penicillin allergy, such as:

  • Tetracycline 
  • Clindamycin
  • Erythromycin

The medications may not be able to completely heal the illness for up to a year.

It might be necessary to drain or remove any skin eruptions or abscesses that resulted from the illness. If you had an IUD when you had actinomycosis, you should get rid of it right once to stop the infection from spreading.

If you experience any actinomycosis symptoms, contact your doctor right once. Early, proactive therapy reduces your risk of long-term problems and surgical intervention.

 

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Any injury, whether brought on by an infection, a surgery, or an accident, must have access to oxygen in order to recover. The blood arteries nearby are damaged when an organ or muscle is wounded, which prevents the area from receiving vital oxygen. More oxygen is delivered to the damaged area during HBOT. New blood vessels are formed during the angiogenesis process, which also helps the damaged area receive more oxygen. The provision of essential oxygen aids in the recovery of the afflicted organ, muscle, or other bodily part. HBOT becomes a viable alternative for treating Actinomycosis when traditional/conventional medications are ineffective in restoring the body’s damaged organs or tissues.

Additionally, HBOT aids in the creation of hydrogen peroxide, which is toxic to anaerobic bacteria like actinomycosis. The actinomycosis-causing bacteria are eliminated by hydrogen peroxide and oxygen-derived radicals.

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Actinomycosis

There are two effective ways to treat Actinomycosis.

Actinomycosis is primarily treated with antibiotics. Penicillin must often be given in large dosages to effectively treat infections. Your doctor may prescribe alternative antibiotics if you have a penicillin allergy, such as:

  • Tetracycline 
  • Clindamycin
  • Erythromycin

The medications may not be able to completely heal the illness for up to a year.

It might be necessary to drain or remove any skin eruptions or abscesses that resulted from the illness. If you had an IUD when you had actinomycosis, you should get rid of it right once to stop the infection from spreading.

If you experience any actinomycosis symptoms, contact your doctor right once. Early, proactive therapy reduces your risk of long-term problems and surgical intervention.

 

Any injury, whether brought on by an infection, a surgery, or an accident, must have access to oxygen in order to recover. The blood arteries nearby are damaged when an organ or muscle is wounded, which prevents the area from receiving vital oxygen. More oxygen is delivered to the damaged area during HBOT. New blood vessels are formed during the angiogenesis process, which also helps the damaged area receive more oxygen. The provision of essential oxygen aids in the recovery of the afflicted organ, muscle, or other bodily part. HBOT becomes a viable alternative for treating Actinomycosis when traditional/conventional medications are ineffective in restoring the body’s damaged organs or tissues.

Additionally, HBOT aids in the creation of hydrogen peroxide, which is toxic to anaerobic bacteria like actinomycosis. The actinomycosis-causing bacteria are eliminated by hydrogen peroxide and oxygen-derived radicals.

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