Patient: A 72 year old female with a long history of GERD, alternating constipation/diarrhea, food sensitivities and compromised immune system. Previous tests proved the presence of H.pylori.
Previous treatments: multiple rounds of antibiotics without eradication of the H. pylori bacteria.
A pre-test for H. pylori stool antigen was performed on February 07, 2011 and was found to be positive. After 44 days on my H. pylori protocol, a follow-up stool antigen test was performed. The results came back negative for H. pylori.
Current Status: GI symptoms are improving and I expect that with the addition of a few nutritional supplements to support her specific needs, combined with certain dietary restrictions and additions, this patient will be symptom free in short-order.
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