It is for the treatment of bacteria in many (all?) parts of your body including the heart. I'm not sure what bacteria versus plaque/calcium buildup has to do with my 'disease' but I actually hope perhaps it will also help me with other issues. Sinus, kidney, urinary tract, gut...wrinkles, hair loss, gimpy running stride, Chrissy butt-chewing me, etc and of course...provide peace in our time. :)
Good luck with all that! :)
Cipro is the only antibiotic I can take. I'm DEATHLY allergic to any penicillin drug.
That's what Julie said.
I don't know what that is. Googled...no...no inflammation just a partial blockage in one valve (I guess its a valve). You cannot believe how many non-exercise people had clear test...the actual heart doc was not concerned with the near 400 reading...he said that the blockage might not ever need any 'treatment' etc. I'm going back in 1.25 years or so...already have the appointment. I don't know if plaque and calcium are considered the same...everyone during and after the test referred to this as a calcium buildup. I asked the doc in a email what the medicine was for since it was for bacteria...again all kidding aside I really do hope this medicine might 'cure up' a few other ailments that might be due to bacteria.
It iced over today...crap...I slipped and nearly fell once and did fall once...I had to trot shuffle on grass which was ok as this was one of my rest easy trot days anyway...I banged my knee but it was kinda stiff anyway...seems fine...I had to shuffle slide really SLOW at every entrance but whenever I was on grass I was fine...the winter just seems to slowly be getting worse just as my hopes for spring are starting to bud (pun intended).
I'm hopping and jumping like a bunny on hot coals or a male rabbit in heat (? haha) to see if I can build up some spring in my legs. I'm pretty sure you would start weeping out of pity if you saw my shuffling along...I doubt you could stand jogging with me more than a mile...more due to form than my slow pace.
Googled plaque versus calcification...its the same...it did mention inflammation in the process but I do not believe it's Pericarditis (I let spellcheck work) because that word has never been mentioned to me...what was weird was the new doc really wanted to emphasize to me I had heart disease...nothing changed though...I'm just moving forward cutting down on high fructose sugar and trying to eat a little better...I'm no eating nut like you (sorry...you still cannot match my craziness and at least yours involves good healthy eating)...
Email back from doc. This is for urinary tract infection...everything's broke I guess. Typical old geezer.