are they positive it’s actually c diff? the only way to get a true diagnosis is to have your stool tested for it. Did they do a culture? if it’s not actually C Diff it may not respond to the same antibiotics.
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hi just had a thought .I don’t know if this pertains to you or not. we’ve noticed with me because of my complicated GI issues that my body doesn’t always absorb oral medications the way it should. When I had c diff I was on IV meds. I’m wondering if you’re in the same situation for your body is not absorbing the medication properly.it’s something to talk to your doctor about.if you need IV meds it doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be in the hospital.
my c diff cleared up before I left the hospital. I’ve never had a relapse. my doctor said he didn’t expect it. Don’t know if this helps or not. But it’s worth asking your doctor.
I have chronic abdominal pain. I have adhesions which are causing small bowel obstruction. My doctor did an enterogram. it can be by CT or MRI. It is different from a routine abdmen scan. it was the only thing that showed my original problem.
I had surgery to get rid of the obstruction but now I have residual chronic pain. Searching for an answer on how to treat it.