*READERS’ KEYWORD QUESTIONS*
A: As i understand the word ‘Atypical’ can be medically addressing
a number of diseases but i am guessing this question comes from
an Atypical (TB) researching person since some people who read my Blogs
are Atypical TB interested ones, therefore i am taking a short brake
from my stream work to address this Question.
Atypical TB -or more specifically- ‘Mac Avium’ Can Be an Anaerobe
according to my earlier Research on medical sites
and a lengthy discussion with one of my early Lung Specialists
who said Atypical Tb should have been named ‘Environmental TB’
– and i couldn’!t agree more!- due to being amply in the environment
in the air, in waters, on our pets, on our walls, our curtains, carpets etc./
but the ‘Anaerobic Malassezia’ phase referred to in this Blog
Is Not the same as Atypical TB
I will Clarify what i know from Own Experience:
Malassezia is a Natural Body Flora that lives on our Bodies quietly
and unnoticed until things go wrong
and cause to upset the Natural balance
by such as Illness, Medications, Low Immunity etc.
A person with Atypical TB does not necessarily
suffer exacerbated Malassezia symptoms
– but given an already low immune system fighting TB
as well as being burdened with the Long term Antibiotic treatments
–and frequent X-rays– that do not only kill the Pathogens
but also the Friendly Protective Flora, especially in the Intestines
one is more vulnerable and susceptible to a takeover by Malassezia.
If the Atypical TB person is on Antibiotics and X-rays regime
without any signs of Malassezia it would be wise to keep up
a good supplementation of B Complex – Vitamin C
Acidophilus- Bifido- Bacteria in substantial dosages.
If already exhibiting signs of Malassezia, then some as above
would still be helpful as well some natural ways to control it
as presented from my own diaries shared in these pages.
Soon i am going to present a report
– and if lucky backing photos of Malassezia in the Lungs!
This is a quick response to this question,
but if any additional details surface from my busy mind
i will address the subject again in upcoming entries
Please See Also :
Helpful Link Re: Mac Avium and aerobic / anaerobic