The results of the GI Effects Microbial Ecology Profile – Stool which I submitted on September 4th, 2014, were all I could have asked for. My usage of Allimed has rid me of three of my gut squatters: clostridia, campylobacter, and a parasite. I had waited a few weeks to have Genova run this particular Stool panel because they had updated their tests such that we’d receive even more glorious information about my poo. That expanded information yielded a much-needed extra result–I also carry another bug: Proteus. Not only did they find out this tidbit, but they also told me what my Proteus is sensitive to and, hence, what to treat it with. Seems my Proteus is sensitive to Oregano Oil and penicillin antibiotics don’t bother it at all. This tells me that the likelihood I’ve been carrying this particular bug for awhile is very high given my life has been nothing if not penicillin-filled.
Yes, it would have been nice to be rid of everything, but eradicating THREE baddies and identifying exactly what it will take to rid myself of the last one is quite gratifying!