Thanks. It's kinda ironic b/c I was on Flagyl in the first place (for a bacterial infection) that started the problem.
Kittikat - As far as I understand, simply, C Diff happens when you have an imbalance of good & bad bacteria in the intestines, which creates a toxin, which creates C Diff. It can be triggered by being on antibiotics, but you often have to take more antibiotics to clear it up. That's how it was explained to me, I just wasn't sure if the good/bad balance can get back to normal on its own.
24 years old
Crohn's Colitis - officially diagnosed Feb. 2005
(Asacol, Imuran, Folic Acid, Iron, B12 shots)
Interstitial Cystitis - 2002
Raynauds - 2005
(mittens & space heaters, for now)
GERD & hiatal hernia - July 2007
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