There are many overlapping symptoms when it comes to Gastrointestinal Tract illnesses, diseases and infections. Make sure you don't get confused by these, or you may end up taking a treatment for the wrong disorder.
This is a very important topic as there are many symptoms that overlap when it comes to Gastrointestinal Tract illnesses, diseases and infections. It is absolutely necessary for you to understand this, so that you are not confused by these before, during or even after any treatment you take.
For example, you may have experienced certain symptoms and your Doctor or Health Care Professional then does a diagnosis and pathology test that concludes you are H. pylori positive. Next, you complete a treatment to clear your H. pylori infection - only to find the same old symptoms show up soon after treatment.
This does not necessarily mean that your treatment has not worked, and that you are still infected with the H. pylori bacteria. You might be thinking that this doesn’t make sense.
When doing the initial diagnosis, Doctors normally tend to assess symptoms for the more common illnesses, diseases and infections. This also applies to the range of laboratory tests that they request. A good example of this is that we have found that between 65 to 70% of patients that test positive for H. pylori, will also test positive for Candida Albicans.
What is even more interesting is that the symptoms for H. pylori are VERY similar to the symptoms of Candida Albicans.
HERE'S THE PROBLEM! The pathology tests used to determine status of H. pylori and Candida Albicans are usually different - so it happens that Candida infection, or Candida overgrowth, is largely overlooked.
Yet, most patients being treated for H. pylori have symptoms that relate to both H. pylori and Candida Albicans, so it is easy for doctors to get confused by these symptoms and to treat the wrong condition over and over again.
The golden rule is that if you experience persistent symptoms after a treatment, then this is a clear indication that you have a further underlying complication that needs to be identified and treated.
Staying with the example above, and with the point about persistent symptoms, please note the following differences between H. pylori and Candida Albicans infections.
CANDIDA ALBICANS - When Candida Albicans is activated, the yeast infection tends to multiply very rapidly. This is because the normal 60:40 ratio of 'good versus bad bacteria' becomes something like 20:80 where the bad bacteria takes control, leaving no hope for the good bacteria to cope.
H. PYLORI - By comparison H. pylori can take years to colonize in your stomach. It happens so slowly that we refer to this bacteria as a 'stealth invader'.
In view of the above, we would suggest you should insist that your Health Care Professional does a blood test to determine your Candida Albicans status.
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