Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Comprehensive Stool Test (Post 11)

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My current doc: Josepa Rigau Av Catalunya, 12, 3º, 1ª 43002 Tarragona Spain +34977220358 (I do recommend! hoeopathy and biological medicine, significant improvement)
My previous docs: De Meirleir (, Dra Quintana (CMD), (Lots of medication, antibiotics etc... no significant improvement)

These are the results of my stool test taken from ELN, it was a single stool, not a TFT, but parasites were not found.

Colour *Green-brown reference value Brown
PH Value *5.3 reference value (5.8-6.8)
Muscle tissue *+ Indicative of a bad metamolism and lack of absorption of fats
Starch -
Fat *+ Indicative of a bad metamolism and lack of absorption of fats


Escherichia coli *<0.01reference value (1-10)
Enterococcus sp *0.10 reference value (1-10)
Klebsiella -
Enterobacter -
Pseudomonas sp -
Citrobacter sp -
Salmonella sp -
E coli Biovare -
Proteus sp -


Bifidobacterium species *0.01 reference value (1-100)
Bacteroides species *<0.01 reference value (1-100)
Lactobacillus species *0.01 reference value (0.1-10)
Clostridium species *01 reference value (<0.1)

Microbial Population Assessment
The intestinal flora is a complex ecosystem consisting of over 400 bacterial species that greatly outnumber the total number of cells making up the entire human body. These metabolically active bacteria reside close to the absorptive mucosal surface and are capable of a remarkable repertoire of transforming chemical reactions. Any orally taken compound or a compound Anaerobic bacteria are the predominant microorganisms in the human GI tract, outnumbering aerobes by a factor of 10,000 to 1. The most abundant and beneficial or benign anaerobes are Bifidobacterium, Bacteroides, Fusobacterium, Clostridium, Eubacterium, Peptococcus and Peptostreptococcus. Bifidobacterium can comprise up to 25% of the total flora in a healthy adult. A great many other species are present, but in lesser numbers.227 An imbalance in proportion and numbers of these species can be induced by broad-spectrum antibiotic use. This leads to the dominance of other bacterial species, including Pseudomonas, Enterobacter, Serratia, Klebsiella, Citrobacter, Proteus, Providencia and fungi, especially yeasts such as Candida.(Source: Metametrix Institute)


Tricgosporon cutaneum *10 reference value (<1)
Candida Overgrowth*


Entamoeba coli NEGATIVE
Bastocystis Hominis POSITIVE in a later test
Giardia Lambia NEGATIVE

Bacteriology Faeces
Antigliadine sIgA <8.3 reference value (<100)


Undigested proteins results in muscle tissue observation. Study the causes for this decreased protein degradation (stomach/pancreas). Consume bifidobacteria and acidophilus. Clostridia increase may be result of antibiotics taken, and they are responsible for gas in digestions and inflammation of gut wall, consume more fiber and less starch to diminish clostridia.
Diminished enterococus, which is relevant for the vitamin B12 and small chain of fatty acids and reduces the PH.
Decreased Escherichia coli, which is a main micro organism of the colon, it produces antimicrobial substances, stimulates the immune system of the gut and stabilizes the gut wall.
PH decreased, this might indicate low protein high carbs consumption or else antibiotic intake made the PH more alkaline(3 weeks before I took antibiotics for H. Pilory).

Supplements recommended:

Protein degrading enzymes
Physiological E. Coli
Enterococcus Faecium
Physiological Acidophilus