Your Questions Answered: Yeast on Microscope, And Surgery Antibiotics

Question: Are a few yeast on microscope, from a stool test, a significant finding? Would that need to be addressed? If Klebsiella pneumoniae are present as 3+ in stool test, what does that really imply and mean when there are no symptoms of GI problems? My understanding is that these are normal flora present in the gut microbiome. Thank you for any insight and explanation.

Yeast are normally present in small quantities in the skin, mouth, and intestines. A diagnosis for yeast overgrowth is made in the context of other findings and presentation of symptoms.

Your results of low yeast and lack of symptoms are not enough to be diagnosed as a potential yeast overgrowth. However 3 + crosses fro Klebsiella is a sign of a dysbiotic flora. Dysbiotic bacteria like Klebsiella pneumoniae have the potential to cause disease in the GI tract. They can be present due to a number of factors including: contaminated water or food, use of antibiotics, oral contraceptives or other medications and poor fiber intake and high stress levels. Natural antibacterial agents might be helpful particularly for Klebsiella which can be antibiotic resistant.

CanXida Remove (Formula RMV) is made of Black walnut, garlic oil, berberine, caprylic acid, Oregano oil and other known compounds with beneficial antimicrobial properties. Klebsiella thrives on a diet high in starch, so a low-starch diet may be helpful. A further caution is that Klebsiella thrives on Fructooligosaccharides that are used as an artificial or alternative sweetener, so try to avoid dose. Additionally including a probiotic like CanXida Restore (Formula RST) which has 6 beneficial probiotic strains can help with the dysbiosis.

Question: I’ve postponed my ankle surgery due to my stomach problems which turned out to be Blastocystis plus bad bacteria. Apparently no Candida as per 3x PCR stool test. I’m planning on staying on the Canxida products and diet from March until December and then schedule the surgery in January. I’m on the program for six weeks and feel almost normal. Of course, the surgery will upset my stomach with all the antibiotics, pain medication and anaesthesia I will be getting. What is your advice how I can do my best to navigate my gut through and out of this period?

Because there was a positive presence of pathogenic bacteria I recommend continuing taking the CanXida Remove (Formula RMV) as part of the antimicrobial therapy.

It may also be necessary to remove offending foods, gluten that may be acting as antagonists. For more digestive support since you will be going into surgery I recommend a probiotic alongside digestive enzymes like amylase, cellulase, protease to help re-establish the proper microbial balance. Including in your routine things like apple cider vinegar and ginger can also help aid your digestion.

The CanXida Restore (Formula RST) has 6 probiotic strains beneficial for gut dysbiosis plus digestive enzymes for optimal gut support. You can also help restore the integrity of the gut mucosa by giving support to gut mucosal cells by getting enough sleep, exercise, diet, and stress management and including gut healing omega 3 essential fatty acids, B vitamins and slippery elm. I recommend the CanXida Rebuild (Formula RBD) which includes the essential vitamins and minerals to support gut health.

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