The testing that you had is generally not considered standard.
All the organisms you describe are normal intestinal flora- including Enterobacter, Klebsiella and yeast.
There are literally tens of billions of bacteria for every gram of stool, and so taking a probiotic supplement has only limited impact on the bowel flora counts. As an infectious diseases doctor, I would not attribute your symptoms to results such as you note, and would strongly state that there is no scientific support for using an antifungal-
Higher yeast levels in your stool may be from anything including antibiotic exposure in the past several months, hormone levels or oral contraceptives, or even related to your serum glucose. But there is no credible science that links yeast levels to chronic fatigue.
Having said all that, if you do have "irritable bowel", or "small bowel intestinal overgrowth", a short course of an antibiotic called rifaximin ( Xifaxin) may help somewhat in improving symptoms. But in most the benefit is transient only.
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In stool, Enterobacter and Klebsiella are considered normal flora.
Sure they are potential pathogens in blood- but so are any bowel bacteria.
And no- I did not mean to imply you necessarily have bacterial overgrowth- That can be diagnosed with quantitative cultures from the small bowel, or a Hydrogen breath test. A stool culture is not useful to suggest that diagnosis at all.
In other words I would question the lab interpretation that these are of any concern. Again this is not likely from a standard lab as it would not have been noted as abnormal.
I hope that helps.
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