Protocol for citrobacter freundii
My Genova GI effects 3-day stool test showed citrobacter freundii. Which may explain my bad pelvic/lower abdominal pain, lower back pain, fatigue, exercise intolerance, and increasing food sensitivities (which present as anxiety possibly due to histamine). To get rid of it, my doctor wants me to take cipro or Bactrim. But I like the idea of trying this first. However, they tested three of the herbs mentioned and said the strain I had had low inhibition/low response rate to those herbs. Do you think that matters (Uva Ursi, Berbine, oregano)?
Also I have a hard time tolerating some of the herbs in the first one. Do I have to take the antibiotics?
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