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C. difficile – Are your guts ever normal again?

Digestive Health | Last Active: Dec 10, 2021 | Replies (602)

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@pines. I had my gall bladder out maybe 20 or so years ago and haven’t really had normal bowel movements since. A few years ago I had three bouts of cdiff. And had not had it since. No idea where I got it as I was not on antibiotics when I first got it. Since then I deal a lot with diarrhea and that is no fun. But you deal with it. Now my concern is copd and lung cancer so to meI put on my depends and hope I dont have an accident and enjoy the day I have. Some of these things are not easy to go thru and that’s when we find out how strong we are. Keep the faith do what you have to and always have someone to talk to and rely on More power to all of you.

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@sakota Cdiff spores can live for months on things. You could have picked it up in a doctors office, nursing home or hospital while visiting someone. It's hard to tell. It is not airborne though. Hand washing is key to an infected person. I'm happy to hear that you have not relapsed. Stay well and yes, keep the faith as you battle lung cancer.

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