Our bodies are home to many bacteria including c diff. Good bacteria kills or inhibits “bad” bacteria before it can harm us. When good bacteria is killed by antibiotics taken for other medical conditions, C Difficile, which is in the intestines of 1-3% of people, can then create illness, with the most common symptom being diahrrea.
• What are the symptoms
• How do I know I have it
• How is it treated?
• Is there a suggested C Diff diet
• What is the 90% cured 'fecal transplant' therapy?
• What is C Diff?
• The C Diff Smell - Key Facts for You
Understanding Your C Diff Infection
What is C Diff • Your Symptoms: A Guide • How is it diagnosed?
How does it make you ill? • Colitis - The colon corroder
What are C Difficile toxins? • What is Clostridium Difficile?
Is it a bacteria • C Diff Test - Your Guide
How do you catch it
What is the Contagious Period? | Is There an Incubation Period
Is it contagious? | Is it Contagious Through Airborne Transmission?
How is it Transmitted? | How can it be prevented?
C Difficile Treatment
What about recurring infections? • What is the 'fecal transplant' therapy?
C Diff Drugs Vancocin • Flagyl Treatment • Fidaxomicin (Dificid)
C Diff Treatment • C Diff Diet
Article written by Dave Roberts.
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