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Organs Affected by SIBO

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#1 SiboKate


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Posted 11 October 2013 - 08:38 AM


I just joined and have been recently diagnosed with SIBO.  I have started protocol.  Getting off of grains, dairy, processed foods and sugars immediately put my lower gut to rest.  My upper gut feels like it is going to implode!  Is this typical of SIBO?  or should I be looking into other organs affected by SIBO or vice versa and what are common tests?  My naturapath worked off of symptomology and blood work, sibo lactulose testing and food allergy/sensitivity testing.

#2 rmiller1985


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Posted 11 October 2013 - 10:04 AM

Hi SiboKate,


I've never heard of SIBO affecting other organs.  You might check for the information you're looking for.


It's great that getting off of grains, etc., resolved your lower gut problems!




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