Antibiotics May Relieve Chronic Lower Back Pain Cases
By Andrea Gerlin - May 7, 2013 7:45 AM CT.
As many as four in 10 cases of chronic lower back pain are probably caused by bacteria, and treatment with antibiotics may cure them, a study showed.
As many as 80 percent of the participants with persistent back pain following a herniated disc and swelling in the spine reported an improvement after taking antibiotics three times daily for 100 days, Danish scientists wrote in research published by the European Spine Journal.
The oxazolidinones, which on-market only consists of linezolid right now, are last-reserve antibiotics. Using them as a chronic pain agent for 100 days like these researchers did with Bioclavid would be unbelievably stupid and extremely dangerous.
Aside from that, bioclavid is an amoxicillin derivative. Entirely different compounds.