GI Map Enterotoxigenic E.coli

Have you ever had an E. coli digestive infection?
On this client’s GI Map Gut Test that we ran we found markers of an Enterotoxigenic E.coli infection.
More specifically – we identified the presence of the toxins that this bacteria produces, that will cause major challenges in the digestive system (and rest of the body).
A greater challenge in this instance is that taking Antibiotics or Antimicrobials to eradicate the ‘bad bug’ is contraindicated.
It’s really not a good idea and is not safe to do this as it can cause even greater challenges. It can potentially lead to the release of even more potent toxins!
Technically this is known as initiating an HUS.
Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome – is a complex condition where The body’s immune system reacts to toxins released during an intestinal bacterial infection. This causes damage and destruction to blood cells as they circulate through the blood vessels. And is further challenging to the kidneys.
So – this posed a challenge for this client’s situation.
Thankfully, whilst complex, solving these challenges can be done if we consider the bigger picture and body as a system of systems.
And all without having to focus on, chase and go after the bad bug.
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