If doctors do not perform properly or educate properly, people can get into trouble.
It is highly recommended that with any infection caused by bacteria, fungus, etc - have your doctor run a Culture & Sensitivity Test.
This way you know what is going to kill the harmful pathogens and get rid of them.
Then you also need to understand how you got the infection in the first place.
To help eradicate harmful pathogens:
Microbial Defense: consider taking 1-2 capsules two to three times a day before a meal to help support the body's ability to fend off the candida, yeast, fungus, bacteria, viruses and other unwanted pathogens.
Saccharomyces boulardii: consider taking 25 billion saccharomyces boulardii during times of unwanted harmful bacterial infections as research supports its use heavily for clostridium difficile (c diff) and other infections such as giardia.
ProBiota 12 Probiotic Powder: consider taking 100 billion to 400 billion beneficial bacteria during an infection of undesired intestinal or internal bacteria. The powder form of ProBiota 12 is more potent than the capsules and is ideal in a situation where the unwanted bacteria are housed in the throat or mouth.
PreGestion: if stomach acid is low, one is more predisposed to a parasitic infection or unwanted bacteria. Stomach acid is our natural defense against these types of invaders. Ensure your stomach acid is working properly. Consider taking 1 to 2 capsules during meals to increase stomach acid - especially important while traveling in third world countries or where hygiene is not practiced properly.
Always talk with your doctor about infections as they can become life threatening. Any information provided is merely to support your understanding - not to treat, diagnose or prescribe.
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