Question: If you have stomach surgical adhesions does that cause bacteria, complications?
Gut bacteria can aggravate adhesions after abdominal surgery. During various operations (appendectomy, intestinal tumors), intestinal bacteria can enter the abdominal cavity. Such contamination results in more severe adhesions. Normal cells in the walls of the stomach or intestines can start forming adhesions after an inflammatory process triggered by bacterial contamination. Adhesions can cause many complications like bowel obstruction, ulcers, infertility and chronic pain. Treatment with probiotics has been shown to reduce abdominal adhesions and complications by decreasing intestinal inflammation and fibrosis caused by surgery and restoring microbial composition. In one study probiotic treatment with Lactobacillus plantarum significantly reduced the levels of proinflammatory factors and decreased the inflammatory and fibrotic response in intestinal tissue.
Question: I was working in a facility making medication, the work was in a strictly conditioned environment, where we worked under an air conditioner with 10% of real Air, and of course where particles flew everywhere around us and of course we inhaled them, there was a non-stop taste and smell in the mouth and nose of medications… I lasted 25 working days, my symptoms were getting worse and worse, constant nausea, burning and watery eyes, problems with sinuses, lungs. skin problems rash, burning and itching, Tachycardia, muscle and bone pain, tingling and feeling of heat in the legs, my body reacted violently to all of it… I visited a lot of doctors and nobody dont know what to do, they just say you need get rid of the toxins ,will come out of you and you will get better, but my symptoms started on July 6 and are still going on, although to a lesser extent… what should I do, what kind of detox should I do?? please help.
Gut dysbiosis refers to an imbalance of bacteria and other microbes in your gut. When you have been exposed to factors like antibiotics, poor diet and stress this can create dysbiosis in your gut. Dysbiosis compromises your gut immunity and increases your chances of leaky gut. Leaky gut can then lead to systemic inflammation. High doses of antibiotics taken over a longer period of time have a huge impact on gut bacteria. Cephalosporins have been shown to significantly change the gut microbial community. You can start healing by adressing your gut. The first step is to remove whatever is driving inflammation. This could be poor diet, medication or a gut infection. You may need to work with a practitioner to explore potential pathogens. There are many herbs and plant foods that kill pathogens in the gut.
Question: What is your opinion of Modified Citrus Pectin (as in Pectasol-C) for destroying mycotoxins and biofilm?
Biofilm are a protective environment created by pathogens to hide from the body’s immune system and anti-microbial therapies. There is one protein that contributes significantly to the formation of biofilms, a pro-inflammatory protein called galectin-3. This sticky binding protein becomes a driver of biofilms and chronic inflammation. Pectin is a soluble fiber found in fruits that is used in making jellies and also as a bulking agent to relieve constipation. When pectin is altered or modified into a substance with smaller, molecules, it gets unique properties which make it a useful nutrient in the prevention and treatment of biofilms. This is referred to as Modified Citrus Pectin, or MCP. MCP can bind and blocks Gal-3 thus interrupting biofilm lattice formations, and it’s been shown to synergistically enhance the effects of other drugs and therapies. MSP is also a powerful detoxification and heavy metal binder often used in biofilm protocols to clean up the byproducts of disrupted biofilms and microbes. Heavy metal toxicity is often linked to biofilm formation and chronic infection, which makes MCP another key element in the success of these protocols. Supplements like systemic enzymes and caprylic acid are also beneficial to disrupt biofilm formation. Probiotic supplements are an effective treatment both as a stand alone and as a follow-up to herbal antifungals.
Disclaimer: It’s crucial to consult with your healthcare professional before making any changes to your health regimen or when experiencing symptoms.