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Treatments For 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
Usually harmless: These very seldom cause disease, and normally life on our bodies as harmless little passengers. Your physician is your best guide. ...Read more
My biopsy report say, show foreign body & langhans type multinucleated gaint cells.-ve for malignancy, zn stain -ve fr acid fast bacilli. Wat treatment?
I already had Bacillus vaginalis flora, and my doctor said Trichomonas? He gave me therapy few months ago. Now I have pain in lower stomache and nause.
More testing: Since trich is a sexually transmitted disease it would be advisable that you be tested for other STDs. This could also be a urinary tract infection but testing is necessary to make a diagnosis and treat your problem. See your doctor or urgent care ASAP. Hope you are feeling better soon. ...Read more
Bacillus cereus: Bacillus cereus or b. Cereus is a type of bacteria that produces toxins. These toxins can cause two types of illness: one type characterized by diarrhea and the other, called emetic toxin, by nausea and vomiting. It comes from contaminated food that is undercooked and generally lasts a day. ...Read more
Why do you ask?: This is a common bug that grows on the skin and almost never causes problems. If it's food poisoning, antibiotics won't help. Best wishes. ...Read more
It exists in soil and may infect devitalized tissue that get contaminated with soil.
See this site for info: http://medical-dictionary. Thefreedictionary. Com/Bacillus+subtilis
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
The signs and symptoms depend on the route of exposure. Please consult this site for info.
http://www. Cdc. Gov/anthrax/basics/symptoms. Html ...Read more
Likely: It is normally grows in soil and colon. ...Read more
Unclear question: Bacillus subtilis is a soil organisam and does not "heat", young or old. How did you determine the age of the bacterium? ...Read more
See below: Bacillus anthracis is the causative agent of anthrax, a serious disease with high mortality. B megaterium is the largest bacterium but does not cause disease. Both are present in soil. ...Read more
Got döderlein's bacillus to restore my vaginal flora (daily, 1 vaginal capsule for 10 days). How long till I notice a difference?
Bacterial vaginosis?: Difference in what? You do not indicate what symptoms are occurring or what else you may be doing to help eliminate them. This anaerobic bacillus converts glycogen in the vagina to lactic acid, which changes the ph (acidity) to help control growth of unwanted bacteria, but you may need other antibiotics to eliminate the cause first, and Metronidazole may be killing the doderlein's bacillus. ...Read more
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Yes: Lactose intolerance is due to the lack of an enzyme to break down lactose so that the sugar can be absorbed in the upper intestine. Instead the undigested lactose passes to the lower intestinal tract where fermentation causes the gas, loose BM etc. Probiotic and prebiotic would not worsen your intolerance. ...Read more
The history.: See: http://wwwnc. Cdc. Gov/eid/article/5/1/99-0104_articleGet a more detailed answer ›
Is it ok to take vaginal probiotic capsules (doderlein's bacillus) for maintenance of vaginal health for 7 days, together with oral probiotic capsules?
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
Doctors, what is the difference between bacillus cereus, bacillus subtilis, and bacillus licheniformis?
Different species: These are different species in the genus bacillus. Anthrax bacillus is also in the same genus. You may Google each term to learn about their characteristics. ...Read more
Neither: The normal flora of the gut is a combination of hundreds of different bacteria, and taking any one particular strain will not "normalize" the gut flora, it will just change it. Contrary to many sites that promote the use of various probiotic supplements, we are currently only at the beginning of understanding whether probiotics help with anything. Use cautiously! ...Read more
Left packet of rice open for 3 hours. Heard about raw rice containing Bacillus cereus and multiplying when cooked. Food poisoning risk?
Possible: Fried rice is an important cause of emetic-type food poisoning associated with B. cereus in the United States. The organism is frequently present in uncooked rice, and heat-resistant spores may survive cooking. Cooked rice subsequently at room temperature can allow vegetative forms to multiply, and the heat-stable toxin that is produced can survive brief heating such as stir frying. ...Read more
Maybe: There is always that possibility. Continue the entire course. ...Read more
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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