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do you take medication?
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Lola - I was taking Allegra D (took allergy meds for quite some time) and stopped about two weeks prior to doing the stool sample (replaced it with Quercetin supplement.) Before that, I was on Prevacid or other PPIs for roughly seven years straight, yet had been free of them for about four months.)
I do not take pain medications either, not even aspirin. Nothing.
I WAS HEAVILY medicated as a child and young adult. As a child and adolescent, I was on almost weekly antibiotic doses for chronic sinusitis. I also took allergy meds (antihistamines, corticosteroids - inhaled and PO, brochodilators, etc.) for most of my adolescence and young adulthood. I took 600 mg of ibuprofen for about three years four times a day as a teenager due to my chronic headaches. What a mess. I became antibiotic resistant and even developed an acelulitis WHILE on this one strong antibiotic/antifungal. (My pediatrician was a pharmacist before he attended med school.)
I was just wondering what group of medications this is linked to.
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