Klebsiella urinary tract infection

Aged 69 and diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1992, treated with Interferon, I had frequent urinary tract infections sometimes treated blindly.

This likely led to the selection of a multidrug-resistant Klebsiella Pneumoniae strain that I had been carrying in my urinary tract since 2014.

All conventional antibiotic treatments were attempted as prescribed by infectious disease specialists at the Croix-Rousse Hospital or the urologist at Lyon Sud Hospital, including infusions lasting up to 3 weeks, Garches Protocol, and more.

All these treatments failed after brief improvements, and I suffered from chronic cystitis, which triggered unbearable pain requiring strong pain medication day and night.

As a bacteriologist and former Head of Service at ANNONAY Hospital Center, I knew that no conventional treatment would eradicate this bacterium, which posed the risk of kidney damage or even septicemia in the long run.

Having learned about the benefits of Phage Therapy during my medical studies, I contacted “Healing in Georgia.” They translated my medical records, provided me with responses from Georgian doctors, and connected me with the physicians while organizing all my appointments with an interpreter.

The reception at the ELIAVA Institute in Tbilisi was also excellent, both in terms of medical care and human interaction, with a particularly attentive approach from the entire medical and paramedical staff.

The treatment involved daily appointments over a period of 15 days (after a week of tests):

– Meeting with all the involved doctors (urologist, gynecologist, neurologist, infectious disease specialist): consultations that sometimes lasted up to an hour, during which they considered the patient’s overall problems, not just the described pathology.
– Oral intake of a specifically developed autophage preparation based on my strain of Klebsiella Pneumoniae, both in the morning and evening.
– Urethral instillation of another autophage preparation.
– Complete clinical examination.
– Ultrasound, X-ray.
– Urinary and vaginal bacteriological tests.

After a week of treatment, my pain quickly disappeared, and I was able to gradually stop the powerful pain medication.

A cytobacteriological control showed the absence of Klebsiella after 8 days.

Back in France, I continued the oral treatment for 1 month, and subsequent tests confirmed the sterility of my urine to this day.

After three years of failed conventional antibiotic therapy, these results are extraordinary!



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