Reply to "Protocol for Rotating Antibiotics"

Rotating antibiotics only works among antibiotics that are effective for you (or your son in this case). If an antibiotic doesn’t work (for pouchitis) in about a week it’s probably time to *abandon* it (I wouldn’t call it “rotating,” though).

If you re lucky enough to find a few antibiotics that work, it’s best to rotate them every 2-3 weeks. In theory that would help prevent them from losing efficacy.

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