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Gout News: The Negative Effects of Antibiotics on The Body





Believe it or not the Antibiotics you are popping like candies come with harmful side effects that can cripple you. Antibiotics may be prescription drugs meant to treat infections, but they usually do more harm than good. Some of its negative effects include:

Inflammation

Prolonged use of antibiotics can cause inflammation in the large intestine. Known as Clostridium difficile- induced colitis, the condition is the result of the growth of harmful bacteria in the gut.

Typical symptoms of the condition include loose stools, bloody diarrhea and abdominal pain that can be crippling in its intensity. In worse case scenarios, you can also get a fever along with these symptoms if you take antibiotics for your ailments. The risk of developing this condition increases as we age and it is particularly high in infants and children.

Most antibiotics change the quality of healthy bacteria in the intestines and allow the proliferation of unhealthy bacteria. The latter is imminent as these meds create an environment in the gut that is ideal for the growth of said bacteria such as the Clostridium difficile. This bacterium releases toxins that attack the lining of the large intestine leading to inflammation.

Gout

Gout is caused when there is an excess of uric acid in the body. This is usually generated naturally in the body when purine containing food is digested. Usually, a high purine intake results from failing kidneys or impaired metabolic functions. However, antibiotics are known for destroying probiotics in the body, can cause kidney damage, tendonitis, and other forms of organ damage. Antibiotics can harm healthy cells and function in the body. Over 70% of uric acid production comes from cellular turnover (cell death). The only way to slow excess uric acid production to stop the cells in your body from dying in excess.





Probiotics effect bowel movements and if these are deficient, we cannot expel uric acid as rapidly as we need to. This leads to an increase in uric levels in the blood which leads to gout. The condition usually affects the lower extremities such as the legs and feet but it can also affect the joints in our hands and elbows.

Common symptoms include tenderness and restricted movement in the joints and severe pain during an attack. The pain can last for several hours or even days depending on the severity of the gout.

Joint pain

Besides age, joint pain such as tendonitis can occur prematurely for anyone who takes antibiotics regularly. Certain ones such as Criprofloxacin can cause this condition which can lead to tendon rupture. The effects can also manifest in your shoulder, hands, ankle and other parts of the body that contain joints.

Tendonitis can affect people of all ages but the risk increases with age. However, antibiotics can speed up the degradation process which can lead to rheumatoid arthritis. This is a condition in which the body turns on itself and attacks the joints which can lead to pain and swelling. Muscles can also take a hit from over-use of antibiotics by weakening with time.

Antibiotics may be considered to be a miracle cure for most ailments, but it can do more harm than good overtime. If your doctor prescribes them, make sure to discuss possible repercussions of the drug with them beforehand.
















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