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Which diseases are caused by bacillus botulinum?

Which diseases are caused by bacillus botulinum?

Botulism: The name you've been assigned to look up has been out of date since before I was in med school. It's Clostridium botulinum. Botulism toxin is as deadly as any poison you'll find, and can be acquired preformed in food, or develop in an infected wound, or rarely be formed in the gut -- especially in a baby fed raw honey. ...Read more

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Can you please list the most common human diseases caused by bacteria of the bacillus genus?

Can you please list the most common human diseases caused by bacteria of the bacillus genus?

Several diseases...: The genus bacillus includes several gram positive spore forming bacterial types. These can cause many forms of infections including but not necessarily limited to "anthrax", gastroenteritis, blood stream infections, and infections of the heart called endocarditis. ...Read more

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What diseases are caused by Cocci, Bacilli, and SpirillaSpirilla bacteria?

What diseases are caused by Cocci, Bacilli, and SpirillaSpirilla bacteria?

Too may to count: Cooci, bacilli, and spirochetes do a lot of things and cause a lot of disease. i suggest you look them up in your library. ...Read more

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What does bacillus megaterium cause?

What does bacillus megaterium cause?

Progress: This big microbe doesn't cause disease in people but has been used extensively in sorting out basic biochemical pathways in the past in the labs of scientists. ...Read more

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What diseases are associated with bacillus megaterium?

What diseases are associated with bacillus megaterium?

Rare to none: Bacillus megaterium is a rod-shaped, gram-positive, endospore forming, aerotolerant species of bacteria used as a soil inoculant in agriculture and horticulture. Bacterium is arranged into the streptobacillus form. It is not generally associated with infection, although immunosuppressed persons can become infected with almost anything. ...Read more

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Can lactic acid bacillus cause hardstool problem in pregnency?

Can lactic acid bacillus cause hardstool problem in pregnency?

Maybe,,,: There's no apparent evidence it does this, but these bacteria are widely used in the food industry, like in dairy products to garden cheeses and to even help things like irritable bowel syndrome, so it might harden stool as well. ...Read more

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What infectious disease could a patient have if bacillus cereus are present?

What infectious disease could a patient have if bacillus cereus are present?

Food poisoning: Bacillus cereus causes food poisoning. It often presents with the "fried rice syndrome": a bout of vomiting after eating improperly cooked, refrigerated, or reheated rice. It can also cause diarrhea. It gets better on its own. ...Read more

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Hi, if i take lactic acid bacillus over a long term (6-8 months) to reduce IBS or other stomach issues, it has caused acidity and pain in upper stomach region.

Hi, if i take lactic acid bacillus over a long term (6-8 months) to reduce IBS or other stomach issues, it has caused acidity and pain in upper stomach region.

Not likely: Typically lactobacillus is taken in a capsule that doesn't even dissolve until it gets through your stomach. You probably have another gastrointestinal issue, possibly H.Pylori in the upper digestive tract responsible for the acidity and pain. See your physician about treatment for this. ...Read more

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Can lactic bacillus with vitamin b complex cause hard stool in pregnency?

Can lactic bacillus with vitamin b  complex cause hard stool in pregnency?

Constipation: Usually not. On the other hand, if your b complex tablet has iron in it, the iron can cause constipation. Lactobacillus is a probiotic used to replenish normal good bacteria in the colon and is usually beneficial in regularizing bowel habits. ...Read more

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I had a biopsy done after 2 miscarriages at 17 and 18 weeks. Told I have bacilli +, could this the main cause as i want to try again. I need answer s?

I had a biopsy done after 2 miscarriages at 17 and 18 weeks. Told I have bacilli +, could this the main cause as i want to try again. I need answer s?

No: You really need a full workup , usually by a fertility specialist, for recurrent miscarriage. This evaluates physical, hormonal and genetic causes. The most likely reason is that you formed genetically abnormal pregnancies, that is the cause 70% of the time. And time may be very important here. So i would recommend an evaluation sooner rather than later. ...Read more