Contradicting Antibiotics and Prescription Impact on the Microbiome

I am just finishing a course of high dosage antibiotics for cellulitis that sent me to the hospital last week. With the website data, I realized that I do not need to do random things to recover from the antibiotics.

First, the antibiotic that I was using was a cephalosporin i antibiotics that antibiotics and many many antibiotics and prescription drugs are listed at

Clicking on it showed what changed:

cephalosporin i antibiotics

The following are impacted

Taxonomy Rank Effect Citations Links
Enterobacteriaceae family Increases Studies Also modified by
Pseudomonadaceae family Increases Studies Also modified by
Streptococcaceae family Increases Studies Also modified by
Citrobacter genus Increases Studies Also modified by
Kluyvera genus Increases Studies Also modified by
Pseudomonas genus Increases Studies Also modified by
Streptococcus genus Increases Studies Also modified by

I just added a link below the table:

Recommendations to contradict the shifts

When I click this, it takes me to the recommendations page.

Recommendations from cephalosporin i antibiotics Lab Results

Item    Action    Confidence value
bacillus probiotics Take 14.341
herb Take 8.041
gallic acid and tannins Take 3.507
fruit Take 3.396
antiseptics Take 2.911
triphala herb mixture Take 2.842
vitamin d cholecalciferol Take 2.773
lactobacillus casei probiotics Take 2.585
fungus Take 2.585
lactobacillus rhamnosus probiotics Take 2.585
low/no meat diet Take 2.495
neem herb Take 2.426
lactobacillus plantarum probiotics Take 2.426


Bottom Line

I have recommendations of what to take and to avoid that are specific to the antibiotic / prescription drug that I took! No random picking of stuff from the air.

In the near future, I will extend this to allow microbiome information from ubiome to be incorporated (i.e.  if you are low, and the prescription item increases it — then we attempt no correction).

This is an education post to facilitate discussing this approach with your medical professionals. It is not medical advice for the treatment of any medical condition. Always consult with your medical professional before doing any  changes of diet, supplements or activity. Some items cites may interfere with prescription medicines.