Thank you for your previous answer, I would like to ask a few things:
Firstly, after being diagnosed with IBS and a suspected bacterial overgrowth in her intestine: My wife is no taking an anitbiotic that works locally in the intestines called Xifaxan (rifaximin 200mg). The doctor also is dealing with her chronic constipation as part of the entire IBS picture with something called Alfazema 8mcg and 24 mcg.
At this point we do believe the bacterial overgrowth to be the issue but, there are still a few things still occuring.
She is still having the feeling of heaviness upon breathing as well as a feeling of tenderness within the abdominal area. She is upon the 4 - 5 day of antibiotic course of 2 weeks, and she is supplementing with a probiotic everyday called align and homemade yogurt/kefir, etc.
The only things that seem to be helping are garlic shakes with many cloves and performing an mms enema, she is very tired of all this
If this is the cause, could it make such an effect to bother breathing and cause these feelings?
Remember, this was caused by performing a liver flush, another one of our thoughts is the possibility of the olive oil used being spoiled.
Do you think that spoiled oilve oil could be a culprit in the cause of this problem?
She had an endoscopy and colonoscopy and everything looked fine except for some irritation, gastritis and duodenitis.
Please let us know what your advice is for this situation, are you familiar with a website called badbugs.org? we have considered this as another possibility, it is about intestinal amoebic infections that cause the symptoms of IBS and are treated with soecific antibiotics.