Antibiotics are the "go-to" solution for SIBO - gut health, constipation, stomach acid

"Antibiotics are an acute treatment, but not a long-term solution. It's important to try and address the underlying cause of your SIBO. "

Approximately 45-65% of people that use antibiotics for SIBO will get it again.

You can for sure load up on antibiotics for SIBO issues. No question. That's an option and it is the option your doctor is most likely going to suggest.

But did you know that SIBO is also a slow motility issue and a low stomach acid issue, in many instances? You may want to still consider doing more to help the gut than the quick fast antibiotic approach.

You can find our protocols for SIBO related issues here.

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