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Small Bowel Bacterial Overgrowth (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth)
Subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKDwY2bhQtcMUZ3UFdN3Mng?sub_confirmation=1 Other Gastroenterology Lectures: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfBFwAwues0mLY9P-g7s3zl97G9kYgwa2 Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), also termed bacterial overgrowths, or small bowel bacterial overgrowth syndrome (SBBOS), is a disorder of excessive bacterial growth in the small intestine. Unlike the colon (or large bowel), which is rich with bacteria, the small bowel usually has fewer than 10,000 organisms per millilitre. Patients with bacterial overgrowth typically develop symptoms including nausea, bloating, vomiting, diarrhea, malnutrition, weight loss and malabsorption, which is caused by a number of mechanisms. The diagnosis of bacterial overgrowth is made by a number of techniques, with the gold standard being an aspirate from the jejunum that grows in excess of 10-5 bacteria per millilitre. Risk factors for the development of bacterial overgrowth include dysmotility; anatomical disturbances in the bowel, including fistulae, diverticula and blind loops created after surgery, and resection of the ileo-cecal valve; gastroenteritis-induced alterations to the small intestine; and the use of certain medications, including proton pump inhibitors. Small bowel bacterial overgrowth syndrome is treated with an elemental diet or antibiotics, which may be given in a cyclic fashion to prevent tolerance to the antibiotics, sometimes followed by prokinetic drugs to prevent recurrence if dysmotility is a suspected cause. Bacterial overgrowth can cause a variety of symptoms, many of which are also found in other conditions, making the diagnosis challenging at times. Many of the symptoms are due to malabsorption of nutrients due to the effects of bacteria which either metabolize nutrients or cause inflammation of the small bowel, impairing absorption. The symptoms of bacterial overgrowth include nausea, flatus, constipation, bloating, abdominal distension, abdominal pain or discomfort, diarrhea, fatigue, and weakness. SIBO also causes an increased permeability of the small intestine. Some patients may lose weight. Children with bacterial overgrowth may develop malnutrition and have difficulty attaining proper growth. Steatorrhea, a sticky type of diarrhea where fats are not properly absorbed and spill into the stool, may also occur. Patients with bacterial overgrowth that is longstanding can develop complications of their illness as a result of malabsorption of nutrients. Anemia may occur from a variety of mechanisms, as many of the nutrients involved in production of red blood cells are absorbed in the affected small bowel. Iron is absorbed in the more proximal parts of the small bowel, the duodenum and jejunum, and patients with malabsorption of iron can develop a microcytic anemia, with small red blood cells. Vitamin B12 is absorbed in the last part of the small bowel, the ileum, and patients who malabsorb vitamin B12 can develop a megaloblastic anemia with large red blood cells. In older adults, small bowel bacterial overgrowth is associated with a higher frequency of diarrhea, a lower body mass index, and a significantly lower serum albumin concentration. The diagnosis of bacterial overgrowth can be made by physicians in various ways. Malabsorption can be detected by a test called the D-xylose test. Xylose is a sugar that does not require enzymes to be digested. The D-xylose test involves having a patient drink a certain quantity of D-xylose, and measuring levels in the urine and blood; if there is no evidence of D-xylose in the urine and blood, it suggests that the small bowel is not absorbing properly (as opposed to problems with enzymes required for digestion). Bacterial overgrowth is usually treated with a course of antibiotics although whether antibiotics should be a first line treatment is a matter of debate. Some experts recommend probiotics as first line therapy with antibiotics being reserved as a second line treatment for more severe cases of SIBO. Prokinetic drugs are other options but research in humans is limited. A variety of antibiotics, including tetracycline, amoxicillin-clavulanate, fluoroquinolones, metronidazole, neomycin, cephalexin, trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, and nitazoxanide have been used; however, the best evidence is for the use of rifaximin. The condition that predisposed the patient to bacterial overgrowth should also be treated. For example, if the bacterial overgrowth is caused by chronic pancreatitis, the patient should be treated with coated pancreatic enzyme supplements. more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Small_intestinal_bacterial_overgrowth
Yoga For Acid Reflux - Embrace It! - Yoga With Adriene
This gentle yoga sequence will offer anyone an opportunity to connect with their breath, relieve tension in the neck, wake up the body and find balance from within. This is a great practice for those suffering from acid reflux as it does not have any inversions or ab stimulators. It is also great for those who are in healing, wanting to relieve PMS, or just tired from a long day. A quick and valuable sequence suitable for all! In my experience with GERD or acid reflux in particular - I find that focusing on my breath has been most helpful. Also, do not let the stomach go over the esophagus during this time and go easy on any core stimulators. For more free yoga tips and lifestyle ramblings visit www.yogawithadriene.com Stay connected~ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yogawithadriene Twitter: https://twitter.com/yogawithadriene Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/YogaWithAdriene/... For more on Shakey Graves music: http://shakeygraves.com/
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10 Warning Signs You Have A Leaky Gut
Lose up to 24 pounds in 6 weeks (free guide): https://www.focusfitness.net/ffyt-fat-crusher-plan This video will show you signs of a leaky gut 1. Thyroid disorder Leaky gut syndrome may directly affect is Hashimoto’s disease. This disorder can lead to hypothyroidism, impaired metabolism, fatigue, depression, and weight gain 2. Inflammatory skin conditions Research shows that there's a connection between the gut and the skin. The intestinal hyper-permeability can cause a slew of skin conditions; particularly acne and psoriasis 3. Mood problems According to a study published in the journal Neuro Endocrinology Letters, leaky gut has been shown to cause various neurocognitive disorders and affect mood 4. Inflammatory bowel disease Researchers from Hungary have recently uncovered that elevated gut permeability is oftentimes localized to the colon in people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome 5. Food sensitivities People affected by food sensitivities oftentimes find that leaky gut is to blame. This is especially true for gluten and dairy intolerance 6. Nutrient deficiencies A leaky gut can lead to various vitamin and mineral deficiencies. This is because poor digestion, inflammation, and damage to carrier proteins inhibit their absorption 7. Digestive problems Digestive distress may manifest in the form of gas, bloating, diarrhea, or regular constipation. These are all warning signs that there is something wrong in the gut 8. Fatigue Several studies link chronic fatigue and leaky gut, including a 2008 Belgian study which showed that treating leaky gut in a 13 year old girl resulted in a complete remission of her chronic fatigue symptoms 9. Autoimmune disease Leaky gut syndrome is almost always associated with autoimmune disease. These disorders include alopecia, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Hashimoto’s disease, and Crohn’s disease 10. Unexpected weight gain Gaining weight (or failing to lose weight) despite following a healthy diet and exercise regimen can be a symptom of inflammation caused by a leaky gut Leaky gut symptoms
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Neurogastroenterology & Motility – May 2016
Discussion of the paper: 'Effect of genetic background and postinfectious stress on visceral sensitivity in Citrobacter rodentium-infected mice’ The contributors in the podcast are as follows: Dr Adam Farmer (Consultant Neurogastroenterologist, The Wingate Institute of Neurogastroenterology, Barts London School of Medicine, London, UK) and Dr Dr Mira M Wouters, (Translational Research Center for Gastrointestinal Disorders (TARGID), Center of Neuro-immune interaction and Mucosal Immunology, KU Leuven, University Hospital of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium). Read the paper here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/nmo.12759/full
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Brave teenage girl who may never eat again warns others from her hospital bed about paralysing stoma
A brave teenage schoolgirl has revealed her battle against a debilitating stomach condition that may leave unable to eat or drink ever again. Lily Tock told how she last ate a proper meal in January this year and is now forced to rely on tubes to feed her essential fats and oils, as well as vitamins her body cannot absorb. The 16-year-old, speaking from her hospital bed , said she wanted to raise awareness of gastroparesis after symptoms including dizziness, nausea and severe stomach pains began at the age of 14. After being born 11 weeks prematurely, she was tube fed and suffered with asthma, but her symptoms reappeared as she reached puberty. She was not diagnosed with gastroparesis for two years. Lily Tock Brave Lily Tock told of how the condition is harming her (Photo: Hull Daily Mail) READ MORE Miracle premature twins born BEFORE the legal abortion limit beat the odds to survive Lily, of Brough, told the Hull Daily Mail : "I'd do anything to eat. It's like sitting there with something you really want in front of it but you aren't allowed it. It was very hard at Christmas not able to eat when Christmas is all about food and it's hard going out for meals with friends and family and just seeing all the nice food. "I often try to avoid meal times because I just want to eat. I miss many foods like pizza, chicken, chocolate, even roast dinners and vegetables. If I did eat it would cause days in bed vomiting, awful pain, nausea and could cause a life-threatening bezoar, which is where the food can't move and causes a blockage." She is now hoping a gastric pacemaker in her stomach can be fitted to allow her to eat again, but there is a chance the operation will not be successful and she may only be able to eat a very restricted diet. Lily Tock Lily has been warned the operation may not be a complete success (Photo: Hull Daily Mail) READ MORE Do you suffer from tummy trouble? Read our guide to determine what could be the matter The South Hunsley student said: "I have to be tube fed through my heart because my stomach can't cope with food. One of the symptoms of gastroparesis is vomiting and tube feeding means it decreases my chances of being sick. There is also a tube going into my small intestine. My body doesn't absorb vitamins very well so doctors measure my blood and find out what my body needs. I am also fed fats and oils. "It took two years to get my diagnosis and these illnesses are very rare so GPs can sometimes miss out on detecting them. I want people to be able to ask their doctors for the tests so they can catch this awful illness early." Lily has been fed through a tube since February, which means she misses out on going out for meals and socialising with her friends in restaurants. As well as gastroparesis, Lily suffers from gastrointestinal dysmotility and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. This means her bowels do not work properly and food cannot pass through her small intestine and her vital organs do not adapt when she moves positions, causing her heart rate to increase to dangerous levels.
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Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth
Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), also termed bacterial overgrowth, or Small bowel bacterial overgrowth syndrome (SBBOS), is a disorder of excessive bacterial growth in the small intestine. Unlike the colon (or large bowel), which is rich with bacteria, the small bowel usually has fewer than 104 organisms per millilitre. Patients with bacterial overgrowth typically develop symptoms including nausea, bloating, vomiting, diarrhea, malnutrition, weight loss and malabsorption which is caused by a number of mechanisms. The diagnosis of bacterial overgrowth is made by a number of techniques, with the gold standard diagnosis being an aspirate from the jejunum that grows in excess of 105 bacteria per millilitre. Risk factors for the development of bacterial overgrowth include dysmotility, anatomical disturbances in the bowel, including fistulae, diverticula and blind loops created after surgery, and resection of the ileo-cecal valve, gastroenteritis induced alterations to the small intestine as well as the use of certain medications, including proton pump inhibitors. Small bowel bacterial overgrowth syndrome is treated with an elemental diet or else antibiotics, which may be given in a cyclic fashion to prevent tolerance to the antibiotics sometimes followed by prokinetic drugs to prevent recurrence if dysmotility is a suspected cause. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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A GI Smorgasbord - Common GI Problems
A lecture on miscellaneous GI issues by Dr. Rebecca Van Dyke, M.D. This lecture was taught as a part of the University of Michigan Medical School's M2 - Gastrointestinal Diseases Sequence. View the course materials: http://open.umich.edu/education/med/m2/gastro/winter2012/materials Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Help up caption and translate this video: http://www.amara.org/en/videos/rvRjr2eQgytB/info/
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Esophageal Spasm
Dr. Carlo Oller, emergency physician, talks about esophageal spasm
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Supplement Shopping for Ehlers Danlos Syndrome! 💊 (June 22nd 2017)
Don’t understand what I’m talking about? Try out this playlist for more info! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7u_WJr7Ecg&list=PLy9OJSQG3ytNGne7qRAWqKFd9wHqr6_UG Click these links to learn more about my digestive conditions! Inflammatory bowel disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7u_WJr7Ecg&t=1s IBS and my other digestive conditions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XniDTcL_5SU&t=3s POTS? What’s POTS? Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome…just click the link below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioaU_qepKnI&t=2s An overview to my full body joint and muscle pain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioaU_qepKnI&t=2s Mental illness, it’s a form of chronic illness too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bZfgb5siO8 Wait, cow plasma? What? Watch this vlog for more info! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VlCStokz4M
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Reflux and Manometry Study
https://www.FauquierENT.net - This video shows how esophageal manometry as well as 24 hour multi-channel pH and impedance testing is performed. This testing notably allows for evaluating both acid and non-acid reflux. For more information, please call 540-316-3700. Read more about reflux problems here http://goo.gl/R83VL Follow Us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/fauquierent Like Us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/fauquierent
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Is Irritable Bowel Syndrome An Autoimmune Disease?
What you need to know about these popular inflammatory and irritable bowel syndrome autoimmune disease. The relationship between intestinal parasites and some immune dose irritable bowel syndrome dysmotility have an is ibs autoimmune disease? Or could disease cause 12 common triggers of mindbodygreen. Untreated can lead to even more serious problems, including an autoimmune disease 19 jan 2011 inflammatory bowel diseases (ibd) are that affect both three letter, similar acronym ibs, or irritable syndrome feb 2014 one cause of ibs is having a previous bout gastroenteritis (a gut disease, heal your body written by sarah ballantyne) celiac digestive and disorder damage the small (cd), 16 2012 chronic functional gi characterized episodic etiology dysmotility has been suggested as autoimmunity dependable (ibs) causes, symptoms, support i have (multiple sclerosis) it causes 2015 from full blown like crohn's, hashimoto's spectrum disorders' acne, (ibs), it's important all above mentioned triggers leaky 15 sep implication was psychosomatic caused gluten not (celiac disease) allergic (wheat allergy) 24 mar 2016 symptoms linger for years before person finally slowly develop conditions without tract upset may indicate disease; Stomach genetic, group abdominal pain changes gastrointestinal. Autoimmune disease symptoms you need to know about drirritable bowel syndrome (ibs) symptomsinflammatory webmd. Ibs treatment ibs is not an auto immune disease slideshare. Causes of ibs your doctor may not be looking for chris kresser. Do you know what's really causing your ibs? Amy myers mdirritable bowel syndrome nbc4 could ibs be an autoimmune condition? Digestive health institute. However, some autoimmune disorders mimic or overlap with ibs 27 nov 2015 doctors call a functional gastrointestinal disorder. Is ibs an autoimmune disease inflammatory bowel & bionic sports immune activation in irritable syndrome nature. 11 dec 2016 inflammatory bowel disease or ibd, not to be confused with irritable bowel syndrome ibs is an autoimmune disease that can have very 7 may 2013 irritable bowel syndrome (ibs) is a functional disorder of the indeed, patients with autoimmune diseases, including sjogren's syndrome and 7 jan 2017 what you need to know about these popular inflammatory and autoimmune issuesirritable bowel syndrome (ibs) is a common 21 jul 2014 once the gut lining is weakened, it allows material and chemicals into the system that would normally be repelled. What is the link dealing with autoimmune diseases and digestive problems. Is ibs an autoimmune disorder? Irritablebowelsyndrome. Ibs, as well crohn's disease, leaky gut syndrome, and colitis irritable bowel syndrome is a common disorder that affects nearly 10. I think that the ongoing candida overgrowth, celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome (ibs), inflammable disease allergies, malabsorption and loads of other autoimmune. Is ibs an autoimmune disorder? Irritablebowelsyndrome 12 aug 2016 is not disorder, it a func
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Damage from Helicobacter pylori
http://www.boweldiseases.net 26 1st 4 slides Hello, welcome to this video explaining the damage Helicobacter pylori can cause. As many symptoms as there can be, it is important to understand that helicobacter pylori bacteria causes ulcers and inflammation of the stomach lining. This bacterial infection can have a wide range of symptoms. The same is true for Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome, Candida Yeast Infections, and a host of other digestive problems. Many times, all of these are interconnected. 8 Ulcers cause a burning pain in the stomach or abdominal region. This is due to this bacteria degrading the mucous layer which protects the stomach lining allowing stomach acid to burn the stomach lining. 10 Pain is often made worse when the concentration of acid in the stomach is stronger. This occurs after eating. Nighttime pain is also common. 10 Helicobacter pylori often is associated with poor appetite, being hungry soon after eating, and weight loss. See how it gets confusing already? 7 Helicobacter pylori is also associated with heartburn, belching, farting, nausea, and vomiting. In addition it can lead to blood in the stool. These symptoms also describe many digestive problems that can not be quantitatively identified. Medical professionals often advise medications which mask the symptoms. Or we self medicate using the wide variety of choices we have at the pharmacies. 9 Depression and worry can set in after not being able to rid yourself of these symptoms. Stress and worry always makes conditions worse. We need confidence we can get better in order to heal. 9 There are many ways to decrease the pain and treat the symptoms with antacids, milk, or the many medications available. These do not in any way cure the ulcer. The condition usually gets worse. They may allow healing for a while making us think they are the answer. Getting rid of the bacterial infection is the only sure way. 15 Helicobacter pylori exploits the protective mucous layer of the stomach lining. It uses the stomach's own mucous layer as its protection. It then infects deep into the stomach lining causing acid to burn through to the muscles and possibly all the way through the lining. 12.5 2 slides When our immune system determines we are infected with Helicobacter pylori, it produces antibodies which attacks the infection. Our killer T-Cells which protect us also try to eliminate the infection. The bacterial population, plus all of the body's protective mechanisms cause a large number of cells to accumulate in the stomach lining. This cause inflammation in the stomach lining due to all the cells battling for survival or elimination. 5 Gastritis is inflammation of the stomach lining. 5 Colitis, is inflammation of the colon, usually the large intestine. 5 Crohn's is continual inflammation of any part of the digestive system. Ulcerative Colitis is inflammation of the large intestine and rectum. 9 Helicobacter pylori directly causes ulcers by degrading eh mucous layer of the stomach lining allowing acid to burn through the lining. 20 Helicobacter pylori can cause ulcers. This can lead to other problems. Our bodies get out of sync. We treat the problems with medications that do not cure the infection. Our bodies get more confused. We end up with bowel syndromes, gastritis, and lifestyle limitations. This bacteria is treatable which you can learn about in one of our other digestion Helicobacter Pylori Bacteria video. Thank you for watching this video. We made this video because this bacterial infection is serious and infects half the world's population. It is often misdiagnosed.
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MEDULLARY CALCINOSIS in 18 yrs old boy
by DR TAHIR A SIDDIQUI ( consultant sonologist ) Gujranwala. Pakistan
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Problems along the GI Tract | On Call with the Prairie Doc | March 2, 2017
Dr. Rick Holm, The Prairie Doc, is joined by Cristina A. Hill-Jensen, MD, and Dr. Tim Ridgway to the explore what can go wrong in the GI tract. Cristina A. Hill-Jensen, MD is a practicing Gastroenterologist in Sioux Falls, SD. Dr. Hill-Jensen also specializes in Internal Medicine. She currently practices at Avera Medical Group Gastroenterology and is affiliated with Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center. Dr. Tim Ridgway is a gastroenterologist in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Sanford USD Medical Center and Sioux Falls Veterans Affairs Health Care System. He received his medical degree from Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Learn more: https://www.PrairieDoc.org Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThePrairieDoc Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ThePrairieDoc Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ThePrairieDoc Pin us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ThePrairieDoc
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