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Re: Normal Flora
« Jawab #30 pada: Januari 08, 2010, 10:23:41 PM »
sepertinya sekarang kalo ada bayi alergi susu formula larinya ke susu formula nabati.

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Normal Mikrobiota
« Jawab #31 pada: Mei 27, 2010, 11:02:30 AM »
Apa saja Normal Mikrobiota di tubuh kita? Ada yang punya info?
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Re: Normal Mikrobiota
« Jawab #32 pada: Mei 27, 2010, 05:32:55 PM »
http://www.textbookofbacteriology.net/normalflora.html

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Re: Normal Flora
« Jawab #33 pada: Juni 02, 2010, 11:08:33 PM »
Saya mengutip artikel dari http://www.medicinenet.com/lactose_intolerance/page2.htm yang menjelaskan hubungan antara flora normal dengan lactose intolerance

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The common symptoms of lactose intolerance are gastrointestinal, primarily, abdominal pain, diarrhea , flatulence (passing gas), and, less commonly, abdominal bloating, abdominal distention, and nausea. Unfortunately, these symptoms can be caused by other gastrointestinal conditions or diseases, so the presence of these symptoms is not very good at predicting whether a person has lactase deficiency or lactose intolerance.

Symptoms occur because the unabsorbed lactose passes through the small intestine and into the colon. In the colon, one type of normal bacterium contains lactase and is able to split the lactose and use the resulting glucose and galactose for its own purposes. Unfortunately, when they use the glucose and galactose, these bacteria also release hydrogen gas. Some of the gas is absorbed from the colon and into the body and is then expelled by the lungs in the breath. Most of the hydrogen, however, is used up in the colon by other types of bacteria. A small proportion of the hydrogen gas is expelled and is responsible for the increased flatus (passing gas). Some people have an additional type of bacterium in their colons that changes the hydrogen gas into methane gas, and these people will excrete only methane or both hydrogen and methane gas in their breath and flatus.

Not all of the lactose that reaches the colon is split and used by colonic bacteria. The unsplit lactose in the colon draws water into the colon (by osmosis). This leads to loose, diarrheal stools.

The severity of the symptoms of lactose intolerance vary greatly from person to person. One reason for this variability is that people have different amounts of lactose in their diet; the more lactose in the diet, the more likely and severe the symptoms. Another reason for the variability is that people have differing severities of lactase deficiency, that is, they may have mildly, moderately, or severely reduced amounts of lactase in their intestines. Thus, small amounts of lactose will cause major symptoms in severely lactase deficient people but only mild or no symptoms in mildly lactase deficient people. Finally, people may have different responses to the same amount of lactose reaching the colon. Whereas some may have mild or no symptoms, others may have moderate symptoms. The reason for this is not clear but may relate to differences in their intestinal bacteria.
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