This page lists tests that reader have forwarded to me with my review of the results. I enclosed columns on whether the tests reports:
- E.Coli (E),
- Lactobacillus (L),
- Bifidobacterium(B) and
- Akkemansia(A) levels –
These most common bacteria groups to show major shifts (to low) for CFS.
- researchers have reported 83% accuracy in determining CFS from the microbiome (Post), unfortunately their tests are not commercially available at the moment.
- “Examining clinical similarities between myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome and D-lactic acidosis: a systematic review.”  This is why Lactobaccilus probiotics (lactic acid producers) are strong discouraged for CFS patients.
|American Gut||US||no||no||no||no||no||Example Only exceptional items reported|
|Bioscreen||US||.||.||.||.||.|| Post 2014
Post – 2017
|DOCTOR’S DATA STOOL TEST||US||X||X||X||.||.||Post|
** E.Coli can be inferred by looking at it’s parent genus Enterobacteriaceae .
Below are links to posts on Microbiome (gut bacteria) Tests. There has been evolution on the thinking as I worked more with different test.
- Microflora Testing 2013-March
- Gut Bacteria Testing — the harsh reality (2014-01-11)
- Gut Bateria Testing: Part 1 What you get back from the labs (2014-03-14)
- Gut Bacteria Testing: Part 2 What CFSer has gotten back from the labs (2014-03-16)
A dozen readers uBiome compared 2016-November
- ATypical uBiome Results – Sep 2017
- uBiome Results -MCS/CFS
- uBiome Results – Sep 2017
- uBiome Results #1 Diversity and Overview
- uBiome Results #2 Phylum Level
- uBiome Results #3 Class Level
- uBiome Results #4 Order Level
- uBiome Results #5 Family Level
- uBiome Results #6 Genus Level
- uBiome Results #7 Summary
- Older individual results