The real causes of IBS are surprising, as is the data from an older study that showed approximately 91% of the cases were related to 10 pathogenic groups. Just short of 89% of the cases, there were at least two pathogens present in the patients. In 23% of the cases, there were a surplus of four or more pathogens present in the patients.
Unfortunately, it was impossible to understand from the collected data exactly which pathogen was the primary agent. It is believed that it may not exactly have to be a primary agent, but instead, and an amalgamation impact of the different pathogens that are present.
From the study, it was also impossible to determine in which order the patient caught the particular pathogen. That leads many to believe that the initial pathogen that is “caught” makes it much easier for a subsequent pathogen to be “caught” because the first pathogen causes a weakening effect on the immune system.
As the pathogens take more control, they weaken the immune system, causing the patient more symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS.
The real causes of IBS are the top 6 pathogens in the patients studied with IBS symptoms included:
52% with Brucella
37% with Coxsackie Virus
25% with Toxoplasmosis
18% with Campylobacter
15% with Streptococcus 15% with Staphylococcus
Others on the list with below 11% included Amoebae, Salmonella, Giardia Lamblia, and Ascaris.
There are also the inherited toxins passed down through generations that affect people. The most common ones are from gonorrhea, syphilis, and tuberculosis.
The inherited toxins lead to people being more susceptible to illnesses such as digestive problems, arthritis, asthma, and more.
From this collected data, the majority of sufferers seem to be experiencing IBS symptoms from the main the pathogens. As such, the IBS cure could come directly from treating the main causes of the condition.
Unfortunately, most IBS sufferers don’t know how to determine which pathogens are causing them their health problems. A specialist that uses the Bioelectric Functions Diagnosis can help. It measures the changes in galvanic skin reactions when pathogens are introduced. In studying and recording the changes, the healthcare provider can determine the particular pathogens present within the body and then treat it.
Once again, unfortunately the patient is left in the middle between the medical community of mainstream medicine and that of practitioners in alternative medicine. The former will view this as unscientific and not proven. Given the fact that mainstream medicine has been completely unsuccessful in treating IBS, people who are suffering from this trying illness should consider giving this alternative treatment a chance.