Should I be concerned about Acinetobacter anitratus?
About 4-5 months ago, I addressed to the doctor with abdominal pain in the navel. Having passed all the tests was found: dysbiosis (Bifidumbacterium <10 * 8 Lactobacillus <10 * 6.) And the fungus Candida 2x10 * 4. The doctor prescribed antibiotics - Itrakon, probiotics, and medicine to relieve loaded with liver. After treatment significant changes are not felt. After 2-3 months caught cold, cured for 2-3 days, but the cough has not passed, found: Klebsiella pneumoniae * 10 4 CFU / g, Streptococcus mitis * 10 6 cfu / g. Propyl antibiotics are all gone, but returned abdominal discomfort: pain in the navel, feeling of incomplete bowel movement, constant flatulence. General weakness and fatigue, and sometimes feel a sense of intoxication or disposal (not present), and difficulty in concentration in these moments, drowsiness. I thought back candidiasis. Passed fecal bacteria overgrowth found: Bifidumbacterium rate * 10 8 - 10 * 10 results: <10 * 8 * Lactobacillus rate of 10 6 - 10 9 * result: <10 * 6 Normal E. coli rule 10 * 6 - 2x10 * 8 result : 2x10 * 8 Acinetobacter anitratus result: 10 * 8 Candida were found. Q. Should I be concerned about Acinetobacter anitratus, information on the Internet is not found. Can symptoms description (weakness, fatigue, abdominal pain) be a sign of a dysbacteriosis?