"Hi everyone, I suffer from stomach problems and recently had on and off diarrhea. My creatinine is always .90 and my GFR is always 89, it's been this way for over 15 years. Suddenly I felt back pain and yesterday saw a dr, labs were dra..."
"Has anyone been diagnosed with SIBO? I suffer from strong abdominal pain after being on Abx for dry socket. Then I developed D and pains after meals. Now I suffer mainly from constipation and Dierrhea sometimes. Anyone know about this SI..."
You are the first poster I have ever seen that mentioned the gastro problems beginning after antibiotics. Mine started in 2008 after being prescribed prevpac after getting a stomach infection. It killed off all my good bacteria. I am still searching for an answer. Did you ever find your answer? Seems we have the same trouble.
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