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tricia386
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I finally got test results back from SIBO, here they are:

Test Results
Hydrogen.
Baseline 2
30 minute 4
60 minute 101
90 minute 84
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I am working with my LLMD and FD doctor. Right now. It went diagnosed without treatment for 1.5 months.

I am on Xifixan 3 pills a day. Thats all right now.

I have been on a week. I have notice difference in:
Mood
Anxiety
Depression
Insomina
Muscle Pain

Still have:
Pain and Bloating after eating
Pain and inflammation in stomac
loose stool
weight loss
Off balance feeling
Vision Dry eyes
Sinus issues.

I am also having histamine issues as well.

Any help or suggestions and or input would be helpful.

I havent been in lyme treatment for awhile. And prior going to Greece I had to take a Zpak and the Macrobid back to back which triggered the SIBO issues.

[ 10-07-2018, 06:11 PM: Message edited by: tricia386 ]

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Lyme248
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Grapefruit seed extract, oregano oil, black cumin seed, peppermint, and garlic all kill gut bacteria, I think. I just don't know if they kill only the bad bacteria, or the good ones too. Grapefruit seed extract is really good at killing a lot of bad stuff.

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Robin123
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Donna Gates and Jill Carnahan are top SIBO experts - I suggest you look at their websites.
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Take Pure Encapsulations DGL Plus thirty minutes before eating. It will help you digest your food so that you're not in pain after eating. This pill is my life-saver.

Ask your LLMD about the prescription probiotic called VSL 3. Take several different types of probiotics

Glutamine and Quercetin heal Leaky Gut. It's important to be dairy-free and gluten-free while healing Leaky Gut. And, of course, sugar-free so that you're not feeding the Lyme, co-infections, and yeast

Soverign Laboratories Colostrum-LD powder heals the GI tract

Soverign Laboratories Pro Daily GI Complete is a great probiotic plus colostrum

Here is a shortened video of a well-known naturopath giving a speech about how to heal Leaky Gut:
https://youtu.be/LAlI6F3FBSI

This is the full speech:
https://youtu.be/Q2d26zwtybs

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tricia386
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Thanks All!

It feels like I am having histamine reactions or an mast cell reactions to all things I eat.

Did anyone else have this?

Does it go away when you kill the bacteria?

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Hm - sounds like leaky gut to me, as in your immune system reacting to foodstuffs getting across the intestinal lining, would be my guess, without being a doctor. of course. Also check out Josh Axe on how to heal that.
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