How can you tell if you have Pseudomonas in your system? A doctor can test for it, either through a blood, sputum, pus, or tissue test. It’s possible to check a variety of samples from your body for Pseudomonas, including stool.
Many people would argue that a stool test is not a reliable method for determining if Pseudomonas is causing a problem in the body. Many people have this strain of bacteria as part of their normal biome. However, when I see Pseudomonas counts of 3+ or 4+, this can cause dysbiosis in people with compromised immune systems. These people aren’t sick enough to need hospitalization, but they are suffering from poor adrenal function. People in these circumstances have low cortisol levels. They also have secretory IgA levels that are either very low or very high. What this means is that their immune system is either hyperalert or completely asleep.
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Commonly, Citrobacter freundii is found alongside Pseudomonas in the stool. Those two strains of bacteria tend to hang around together. When assessing your Pseudomonas level, remember to also check out your levels of Candida, parasites, and beneficial bacteria.