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Purpose of running this test:

This Vaginosis Test is indicated when yeast and fungal markers are elevated on a MAP test, a CSA/GI test indicate that you have yeast or fungus, if you are an adult female with CFS or FM, or if you have symptoms of yeast infection or vaginal odor.

Result This table contains the rationale behind my suggestions. These suggestions are for your consideration. Defer your choices to your own health care practitioner, as always.
Lactobacilli If your levels of normal flora are low, consider rotating different forms of normal flora. Concentrate on Lactobacillus, as well as rotating in normal yeast flora, such as low dose Saccharomyces boulardiii. Sources of lactobacillus include Suprema dophilus, Lactobacillus, and NutriClean.
Gram negative rods Consider Naturomycin Spray, Naturomycin capsules, grapefruit seed extract (GSE capsules or GSE liquid), and Cranberry.
Yeast Diet is important for the eradication of yeast, particularly limiting sugar intake. Controlling the yeast in your GI tract is necessary for controlling the growth of vaginal yeast. Work with your health care provider on diet.You can consider Garlic, Candisol, Mycology Support nucleotide blend, Goldenseal, Juniper Berry, and IMF 7.

In addition, you can consider BOTH Naturomycin Spray and Naturomycin capsules because they contain different herbs that work together for optimal results. Naturomycin Spray is a source of the following herbs: Echinacea, Cranberry, Elderberry, lomantium, Dandelion Root, Skullcap, and Goldenseal. Naturomycin capsules are a source of the following herbs: berberis, Myrrh, Bay leaf, Cranberry, Neem, Oregon Grape, Elderberry, olive leaf, Oregano, black walnut, Juniper Berry, Garlic, Uva Ursi, Wormwood and pumpkin. The use of grapefruit seed extract (GSE capsules or GSE liquid) along with these herbs helps to create a more broad based broader spectrum, and further helps balance these microbes.

Finally, yeast may impact molybdenum levels in your body. Consider a HMT and UEE to be sure molybdenum is in a normal healthy range and support with either Molybdenum Capsules or Black Bear Spray or Black Bear Drink as needed.

RBC Consider Vitamin K, Mastica Gum, and General Support nucleotide blend.
WBC Consider T cell and B cell support capsules for immune support. Also consider Myrrh, which is an ingredient in Naturomycin. Be sure lithium is in balance on a HMT.
Clue cells Consider Garlic and Naturomycin. Consider BOTH Naturomycin Spray and Naturomycin capsules because they contain different herbs that work together for optimal results. Naturomycin Spray is a source of the following herbs: Echinacea, Cranberry, Elderberry, lomantium, Dandelion Root, Skullcap, and Goldenseal. Naturomycin capsules are a source of the following herbs: berberis, Myrrh, Bay leaf, Cranberry, Neem, Oregon Grape, Elderberry, olive leaf, Oregano, black walnut, Juniper Berry, Garlic, Uva Ursi, Wormwood and pumpkin. The use of grapefruit seed extract (GSE capsules or GSE liquid) along with these herbs adds another level of broad spectrum support and may help balance the microbes in your gut.
Eosinophils Be sure BH4 is in a normal, healthy range. Consider MTHFR A1298C Liver Support capsules, BH4, and low dose Respiratory Support nucleotide blend. If histamine is also an issue, consider SAM-e support.
Enterococcus Enterococcus is the cause of a number of hospital acquired infections or issues in individuals with compromised immune systems. It can be found in the GI tract as well as in cases of vaginal discharge, burning and itching. The concern with Enterococcus is that it is resistant to many standard antibiotics. Natural herbs that have been reported to act on Enterococcus include Sage and Oregano.
Staphylococcus  Consider STAX nucleotide blend, Garlic, Goldenseal, Wormwood, Juniper Berry, grapefruit seed extract (GSE capsules or GSE liquid), thyme, Oregano, Mycoceutics, aloe, Ion Transport nucleotide blend, IMF 5 and IgY Immune capsules.Consider BOTH Naturomycin Spray and Naturomycin capsules because they contain different herbs that work together for optimal results. Naturomycin Spray is a source of the following herbs: Echinacea, Cranberry, Elderberry, lomantium, Dandelion Root, Skullcap, and Goldenseal. Naturomycin capsules are a source of the following herbs: berberis, Myrrh, Bay leaf, Cranberry, Neem, Oregon Grape, Elderberry, olive leaf, Oregano, black walnut, Juniper Berry, Garlic, Uva Ursi, Wormwood and pumpkin. The use of grapefruit seed extract (GSE capsules or GSE liquid) along with these herbs adds another level of broad spectrum support and may help balance the microbes in your gut.
Streptococcus  Consider STRX nucleotide blend, Garlic, Echinacea, rosemary, Sage, barberry, Goldenseal, Oregon Grape, grapefruit seed extract (GSE capsules or GSE liquid), Mycoceutics, Juniper Berry, IMF 5 and IgY Immune capsules. Also, use AHCY/SHMT compound for DPPIV and as a source of lactoferrin.Consider BOTH Naturomycin Spray and Naturomycin capsules because they contain different herbs that work together for optimal results. Naturomycin Spray is a source of the following herbs: Echinacea, Cranberry, Elderberry, lomantium, Dandelion Root, Skullcap, and Goldenseal. Naturomycin capsules are a source of the following herbs: berberis, Myrrh, Bay leaf, Cranberry, Neem, Oregon Grape, Elderberry, olive leaf, Oregano, black walnut, Juniper Berry, Garlic, Uva Ursi, Wormwood and pumpkin. The use of grapefruit seed extract (GSE capsules or GSE liquid) along with these herbs adds another level of broad spectrum support and may help balance the microbes in your gut.

If compulsive behaviors are a concern, also consider low dose TNF nucleotide blend.

Aside from species of Strep that are known to cause disease and infection, some species of Strep are included in probiotic mixes. Do not use these mixes, as Streptococcus fermentation produces large amounts of lactic acid. This may make you acidotic. Lactic acid is metabolized in the liver by lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), so high levels of LDH on a blood test may indicate bowel overgrowth with streptococcus. Fermentation produces two isomers of lactic acid, namely L-lactate and D-lactate. It is D-lactate which is the problem. Your body cannot metabolize it, it accumulates in your mitochondria, and can cause inhibition of mitochondrial energy production.

Streptococci are well known to cause autoimmune disorder and have been implicated in Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal infections (PANDAS), as well as to increase the inflammatory mediator TNF alpha, and to be involved in some cases of OCD behavior. If your levels of Strep are particularly high, consider a CSA and GI to be sure Strep levels are not elevated elsewhere in your system.

Trichomonas vaginalis  Work with your doctor on the use of Flagyl. Natural approaches to be considered in conjunction can include Garlic*, Echinacea*, Goldenseal*, Oregon Grape*, berberine*, and tea tree oil.Also work on vaginal pH. Consider VitaOrgan, Buffer pH, and Stomach pH Balancing nucleotide blend.

Be sure probiotics that include Lactobacillus are in place. Also, consider AHCY/SHMT compound as a source of lactoferrin.

*an ingredient in Naturomycin

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Related Tests to Run

The Fecal Metals Test (FMT) and the Urine Toxic Metals and Urine Essential Elements Test (UTM/UEE) can be run along with the HMT to get a more complete picture of toxic and essential minerals in your body. To save on costs, you can consider rotating the HMT with the FMT and the UTM/UEE so that one of these tests is run every 4 to 8 weeks depending on finances, the degree of your health imbalances, and your need to assess the efficacy of your supplement regime in addressing your health concerns.

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