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Bacterial Overgrowth - how to solve?

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Bacterial Overgrowth - how to solve?

Post  helpmyhair1 on Fri Jun 30, 2017 5:50 am

I'm convinced I have bacterial overgrowth in my stomach as I often get stomach aches no matter what I eat.

I hear penicillin can help but I'm severely allergic to it. Anyone know how I can solve this?

I think bacterial overgrowth can be a cause of hairloss.

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Re: Bacterial Overgrowth - how to solve?

Post  cdto2012 on Fri Jun 30, 2017 7:35 pm

Of course the first things that I can think of that should work will probably hurt your stomach more, but fresh garlic and cayenne pepper are good for controlling bacteria and fungus, especially in the digestive system.

I see you are already on vitamin C, that should help a lot if you are taking enough of it. You could try mixing a bit of baking soda into your drink, or with vitamin C powder, this along with calcium carbonate will reduce the acid in the stomach. Not a solution, but might get you through the bad days.

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Re: Bacterial Overgrowth - how to solve?

Post  long hair on Fri Jun 30, 2017 7:43 pm

your problem is coming from 2 factors

sugar and anxiety
this thing in your stomach love sugar ...reduce the sugar intake , drink small amount of backing powder.
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Post  johndoe1225 on Sat Jul 01, 2017 1:29 am

I think I read something about raw onion juice being good for bacteria levels in the stomach or something like that.

I mix onions in a blender with some water until it's as liquidy as possible.  So far I only use half or less of an onion.

It doesn't taste half as bad as it sounds, but at first you might get an upset stomach.

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Re: Bacterial Overgrowth - how to solve?

Post  takingaction on Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:05 am

Oregano is one of the supplements that's supposed to be good at fighting infections. There's also a special SIBO diet that mostly involves cutting out carbs. However, my personal experience is that antibiotics will be needed to eliminate the overgrowth. There's a probably expensive one that specifically targets the gut bacteria and doesn't cause allergic reactions in penicillin-sensitive people like you and me. Also, it's important to stay 'regular' (bowels) to prevent a pro-bacteria stagnant environment.

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