Antibiotics Can Cause Candida And Joint Inflammation
Greetings. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker,author of Candida Crusher, formulator of the Canxida range of products. Thanks for tuningin. I've got a very interesting case here I just wanted to quickly present to my viewers.It's a 42yearold lady from Dubai who wishes to remain nameless. I've just had a Skypeconsultation with. We've had a fantastic outcome with this patient.This patient about five years ago received a very strong antibiotic from her forgut related food poisoning. For one week, a powerful antibiotic. And what happened istwo weeks after the antibiotic, she started to develop serious constipation, which she'dnever had previously. She's never had an issue
with the digestion, so she developed bad constipation.And then a week later, her skin started to itch all over and she started developing rashes.And after two months of the antibiotics, she started developing major joint inflammation.Her knee was really inflaming and hurting. Her fingers were starting to hurt. She wasstarting to swell in different parts of the body.She went back to another who said to her, quot;You've got arthritis.quot; She said, quot;Howcan it beé I'm only 42.quot; And the asked her, quot;Have you taken an antibiotic becauseit could be linked with the inflammationéquot; She said, quot;Yes.quot; But he didn't take it anyfurther. And he mentioned to her that she
had the beginning of osteoarthritis. At thatpoint, she went to Google, found me on YouTube and we started to basically talk.This patient we did a stool test report on and we found from the stool test, which Iobviously can't show you because of her name, we found no lactobacillus species. She hadnothing there and she had a 1+ culture on Candida parapsilosis, which is quite a nastykind of a Candida. So 4+ on the bifida bacteria, but no growth on lactobacillus, which is seriouslybad having no beneficial bacteria of that nature. That's causing a lot of leakinessin her gut and increasing the inflammation. How she knew something wasn't right and sheate a mango one day and within about half
an hour her knee blew right up. And a fewdays later, she had another piece of fruit, and then her knee blew up again. And she thought,quot;Well, there might be some connection here with yeast or Candida.quot; That's when she foundone of my tutorials. We've had two consultations with this patientand we've had a fantastic outcome. The inflammation now is subsiding. It's just about gone. We'reworking on the beneficial bacteria. We're putting probiotics in there. We're workingwith an antifungal product, the Canxida Remove, and we're getting a really nice outcome. Thepatient is eating some raw garlic and we've got her drinking lots of fresh water and someyogurt. We're getting a reversal of the inflammation.
The skin itching is gone. Bowels are workingperfect. And the was wrong. It wasn't osteoarthritis at all. It was basically aCandida problem. I want you to take heed if you've got anykind of gut related problem and the recommends an antibiotic. You need to turnaround and move out of the 's office because you may well fall into the trap ofgetting an inflammatory disorder as a result of an antibiotic. I've seen many, many caseslike this. I just thought I'd do a tutorial on this one to explain the situation about thepatient. I'm really pleased that she contacted me because by Christmas time, she's goingto be good as gold. The pain should be gone
and we will have her back to normal.It's also taught her to keep her two kids away from antibiotics in the future. Thesedrugs create a lot of misery. They create a lot of problems with people. They potentiallyset you up for a life long battle with gut related bacteria or yeast infections, whichthen require more drugs. Just thought I'd give you that kind of news. Take heed. Thanksfor tuning in.
Antibiotics For Back Pain
Susan brady's back pain was once sosevere the s were planning a major operation to fuse together her spine. But then one consultant diagnosed abacterial infection between her bones and prescribed a long course ofantibiotics followed by a minor procedure on her disc. Scans show the infection's gone as hasmuch to the pain. Now new research suggests antibioticscould cure forty percent of people with chronic low back pain.
I've gone through so much with my backfound it very soon debilitating and it really kinda condenses your life. So, when someone says you can useantibiotics for 100 days in it will get better this infection hencethe back pain will start go and also help sciatica, I thought kindaseemed a bit too good to be true. The research is so radical but it couldforce a complete rethink on how back pain is treated and sparemany patients surgery. The theory is that a slipped disc allowsbacteria to enter the spine
and only by treating the infection willthe pain go. What we see is a patient before they hadantibiotic treatment. This Danish studied 162 patients with eighty percent cured. But she's hadto endure the ridicule of skeptical colleagues. These people suffer constantly, they haveconstant pain, so this is a very cheap treatment it'svery very efficient. The alternative is a life
on painkillers. So why did you give themantibiotics, this special subgroup, for 100 days getback on life and give them, you know, get them togo to work and things like this so that they have a happy life again.Other s warn more research is needed to confirm the findings and the caution antibiotics must beused with care. One of the problems with antibioticresistance spreading in all sorts medical contextis the fact that
people have used and s haveprescribed too many antibiotics in the past, and, but obviously if this is a bacterial infection that is causing these problemsand it is appropriate to use antibiotics. Susan's back is now so muchbetter that she's planning a trip to Paris, a minibreak, only possible because of theantibiotics.