Gut issues loose stools that smell bad

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lovemyson91
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Gut issues loose stools that smell bad

Postby lovemyson91 » Thu Oct 26, 2017 7:05 pm

Hi everyone so excited to join everyone on this forum I Have a wonderful almost to be 3 year old son who we love so much !!!we have been doing biomed for over a year now seen a lot of positive changes but his gut still needs to improve my son tested for Clostridium and Yeast . we are treating him with Grape seed extract and digestive Enzymes and using one of the best probiotics from klaire labs factor 4 and the complete .we went to go see a gi and they wanted us to put him on an anti-fungal called Flagyl we have not used any drugs on him for a long time now almost a year now . his stool changed every since he used antibiotics for a bug bite that turned into an infection and vaccines . Please let me know what experience any one has had with Flagy we are looking into Cyto Flora from Boray we have used their detox and liver life and it was an amazing effect on our son once we finished detox his speech started coming out .

ps: we are Gf for the most part he does not have any gluten sensitives almost every Gf bread has eggs so his bread is the only thing that is not Gf but he has bread like once or twice a week no more then that he is also dairy and casein free egg free and chicken free .

feed back on Flagyl

Feed back on Cyto Flora

anyother helpful Gi info is welcome

Thanks everyone

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Re: Gut issues loose stools that smell bad

Postby CdB » Fri Oct 27, 2017 2:02 pm

You should look into probiotic called Miyarisan, it's Clostridium butyricum MIYAIRI strain that is antagonist to Clostridium difficile. You will have to order it from Japan. http://www.miyarisan.com/english_index2.htm

There's a few sellers on ebay, but their free shipping takes a month so you'll have to pay extra for express shipping which usually takes a week and you have to let them know the moment you order. https://www.ebay.com/itm/STRONG-MIYARIS ... SwBp1Z3q8y

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Re: Gut issues loose stools that smell bad

Postby lovemyson91 » Fri Oct 27, 2017 3:35 pm

do you know anyone who has used it? and what were the results also he is 3 will this be okay for his age ?

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Re: Gut issues loose stools that smell bad

Postby CdB » Sat Oct 28, 2017 9:11 am

We used it on and off, we rotate probiotics. It comes in very small pills and serving is 15 pills for adults, younger children get less. It is widely used in Asia for past 70 years and is given to patients in hospitals in Japan to guard against C difficile.

Most of the kids on ASD spectrum have problems with their guts as their guts are inhibited with pathogenic bacteria, as their guts get better their symptoms get better.

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Re: Gut issues loose stools that smell bad

Postby lovemyson91 » Sat Oct 28, 2017 11:35 pm

thank you will look into it .

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Re: Gut issues loose stools that smell bad

Postby CdB » Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:24 am

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19114770

PURPOSE OF REVIEW:

To critically appraise evidence on probiotic use for prevention and treatment of diarrhea in children and adults.
RECENT FINDINGS:

Several randomized controlled trials and meta-analyses suggested that probiotics are effective in primary and secondary prevention of gastroenteritis and its treatment. Selected Lactobacillus strains had a modest, although significant effect in primary prevention. Saccharomyces boulardii was effective in antibiotic-associated and in Clostridium difficile diarrhea. There is evidence that it might prevent diarrhea in day-care centers. Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG was associated with reduced diarrheal duration and severity, more evident in case of childhood Rotavirus diarrhea. Similar, although weaker, evidence was obtained with S. boulardii. Both strains are included in evidence-based recommendations for gastroenteritis management in children. Data on other Lactobacillus strains are preliminary. Probiotic efficacy was related to cause, early administration and bacterial load, and their mechanisms were associated with antiinfectious action in the intestine or, indirectly, to modulation of innate and adaptive immunity.


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