This is an important section and taking proper note of the
following could save you a lot of grief and money!
One of the most confusing and costly issues about the many
different types of digestive disorders is getting a correct
diagnosis, and understanding that you could be suffering from
two or more disorders simultaneously.
your diagnosis is wrong, or incomplete...
... then your treatment is going to be wrong too!
Because the symptoms of some disorders are quite similar,
trying to diagnose your condition yourself from your own symptoms
is near impossible, so a visit to a Health Care Professional
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We want to prepare you with a little knowledge before you
go for professional advice, because we are aware that even
Health Professionals may not be know much about (or may even
disregard) some of the disorders that may be present.
For example, let's assume you were diagnosed with ulcers
caused by H. pylori and you took antibiotics. Whether they
worked or not, you could still have the same symptoms after
your treatment. But what symptoms are these?
In fact, these symptoms could be any of the following;
- those of Candida Overgrowth caused by any previous antibiotic
- those of the H. pylori infection if the treatment was
not successful, or
- simultaneous symptoms of both Candida and H.pylori if
the treatment was not successful
So what happens next? What condition gets treated? H. pylori,
or Candida? The answer lies in getting the correct diagnosis.
While we have used these 2 conditions as an example, be aware
that the signs and symptoms of the other digestive disorders
we cover in this section, can also present the same confusion.
Will your Doctor recognize the
But what happens if your Health Care Professional does not
consider Candida Overgrowth to be a problem? This does happen,
and quite often too!
This is where your knowledge on Candida and other digestive
disorders will help you - for instance, you should
insist on getting tested for Candida
Overgrowth, if you have taken any antibiotics for any
reason in the last 12 months.
When you learn more about Candida you will see that
antibiotics are a major cause of this
type of infection, so it makes sense to get checked
Treat the right condition!
As you can see, one of the biggest areas of confusion is
that of overlapping symptoms.
The end result of this confusion is that the same condition
could get re-treated unnecessarily, because similar symptoms
from a previously undiscovered condition are now present,
after the treatment for the condition originally diagnosed
has actually been successful.
are a 3 fold problem....
- It is costly because the original condition has already
been treated successfully
- The treatment may not fix a different, undiagnosed infection/disorder
- It could make the undiagnosed infection/disorder worse
(e.g. feeding Candida Overgrowth with more antibiotics)
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