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Unexpected AIRE Test Negative

Member Forum >> Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) >> Unexpected AIRE Test Negative

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Posted: 12/31/2020 11:21:40 AM
 
I am not doing the SIBO Protocol yet, although I do have the requisite supplies. I was waiting to see the results of the AIRE test before I started.

No fermented foods currently.

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Posted: 12/31/2020 11:55:02 AM
 
I just took one more AIRE test at about the 4 hour point and blew a 10.0. Would this be normal colonic fermentation or is this an abnormal result? Could my constipation have "slowed things down" and caused a false negative?


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Posted: 12/31/2020 12:01:24 PM
 
Same think happened to me, Low Carb Papa - low, low, low, then HIGH - but more than 3 hours later.
Consensus was that I didn’t have SIBO, at least not the hydrogen-based kind.
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I thought Candibactin was natural herbs, etc. and not a antibiotic.  It doesn’t require a prescription.


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