I wish you luck L33. Sincerely!!
What you're doing is a crap-shoot and is more likely to cause problems in my opinion.
Take statins for example. One in 300 people actually show benefit from them yet about 30% have negative side effects.
I still have not recovered from my try with an antibiotic on a suspected sinus infection -- my gut aches, I have constipation,... it's a work in progress again. The time record of it is above.
However, if you know that you have a bug and suspect it as the cause then you may have better luck than just a shot in the dark. I certainly can't condemn you for what you are doing. I could see myself doing the same thing if the pain was bad enough.
I tested positive for citrobacter fruendii, C. Albicans and blastocystitis. Three GI doctors have refused to treat me for any of them because the bugs are considered "usually common and harmless" yet I have symptoms that they could be causing. Doctors are afraid of stepping outside of the typical response. They worry about them selves more than their patients -- they are not heroes. If I was in a war with them I wouldn't expect them to put their life on the line for a fellow solider. There are more cowards in this world than people that will fight for their rights. But I like to digresss....
There is another person on this BBS that has already started a multi-antibiotic treatment. They had a bit of a roller coaster ride but is still at it. You might like to search the database for a recent report on John's antibiotic protocol that he uses.
Using a multi-antibiotic approach, like as in Chronic Lyme (a disease that mainstream doctors believe does not exist) is likely the best way to have success; some organisms need to be hit in their many forms and in their many habitats.
Again, good luck. Keep us posted!!!
MS has been cured using antibioticshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpMvDe8-qsM
Some doctors would say that she must not have had MS. But then I would argue, "are you doctors sure that MS is strictly autoimmune??"
May the Force be with you!