Improving Tick and Flea Infection Treatment
Never Start Two Drugs the Same Day Unless Dying
In many papers and books, authors present treatments that clearly suggest a set dose and a number of treatments starting the same day.
I have already written extensively that a tick or flea infection cluster, which might be from 10 bites over forty years, does not have a set dose in the real world with species variants, different species, and your unique body. However, I am frankly confused about another practice common in all areas of medicine--the practice of starting two treatments at the same time. By the way, raising a dose is considered a new treatment. Why do I not like the shotgun approach? Here is a sample of the reasons.