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Posted 12 Mar 2014 • 3 answers
I have been struggling with abdominal pain for several years. Sometimes I would have bad bouts of severe constipation. My abdominal pain is always present, sometimes worse than others. I was hospitalized a year ago for a week. Couldn't keep any food down and was severely constipated with lots ...
Posted 21 Apr 2015 • 3 answers
... immediately quit drinking. He went down hill very quickly. The worst being May of 2014, when he ended up in ICU with HE. He was given the drug rifaximin. Since that time, it has been nothing short of a miracle. Still not drinking since his initial diagnosis, which I know has been key, but he ...
Posted 24 Aug 2009 • 2 answers
what is the medication rifaximin used and what is the dose and for how long
Posted 14 May 2010 • 1 answer
Posted 6 Aug 2009 • 1 answer
Posted 19 Feb 2013 • 1 answer
I am a chronic Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Gastritis, dyspepsia patient and my intestines are very sensitive. Usually there is Ups and down of in the motility of intestines as repeatedly said by Gastroenterologist and General Phy. rifaximin is a new drug in India, therefore, asking this question. ...
Posted 20 Oct 2013 • 2 answers
Posted 12 Feb 2015 • 1 answer
I have dumping syndrome, Sibo and irritable bowel. I have been taking anti biotics since 1980 none of which have worked. However I have been taking these for 7 days and the difference is amazing. I have been given one months supply. It was me that found the drug on the internet and my consultant ...
Posted 9 Apr 2013 • 1 answer
... in 2 weeks
Posted 29 Aug 2013 • 1 answer
Most antibiotics are found to have deleterious long-term results, creating antibiotic-resistant organisms, making us unable to benefit from antibiotics in serious infections. Does anyone know whether this has weakening effects over time, or interferes with the body's ability to fight ...
Posted 3 Apr 2015 • 1 answer
... prohibitive. We cannot afford it; yet, he must take the drug to keep him alive. Their patient assistance program may be willing to assist, but I will lose my retirement $$ if we receive assistance. Does anyone find themselves in our position? Any thoughts?