The great myth about dysbiosis, or Ah, so this cranky intestinal microflora!

Our compatriots (or rather-former compatriots) living in Western Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, Israel, Japan and many other places like to complain about the stupidity and arrogance of the doctors there. These certified undergraduates have no idea about such common diseases as dysbiosis, vegetative-vascular dystonia or decline in strength. Moreover, being convicted of ignorance of the “basic basics” these pseudo-experts are in no hurry to fill in the gaps in your education, and making excuses in the most brazenly say, looking patients in the eye, that such diseases supposedly don’t exist. Can and swear to Hippocrates, shameless, nothing is sacred for them there. And there is no administration on them! It is useless to complain, because there they have mutual responsibility and the medical mafia. If you can get a medical degree with all the certificates and a license in addition to it, you can consider yourself infallible and invulnerable. Even if you are an absolute fool, a complete fool and ignorant.

How can non-students get a diploma, certificate and license?

Oh, don’t make me laugh with your naive questions! Can! Get!

Such is the sad thing in this very forum. Many desperate patients return to their historical homeland for treatment of dysbacteriosis or dystonia. What else could they do? Die?

No, not to die, but to stop believing in myths! And stop fooling around.

Vascular dystonia and fatigue is left to another book, because they give us now is not the topic, but with the liver will deal in detail.

Only we start with the end with the fact that in the International statistical classification of diseases and related health (International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems), better known as the international classification of diseases such diagnosis as “dysbiosis” does not exist.

The international classification of diseases is not some pseudo-scientific fiction, but a very serious normative document, which is guided in the work of doctors around the world. This classification was created under the leadership of the world health organization and is periodically reviewed, that is, refined. Nowadays (2019) there is an international classification of diseases of the tenth revision (abbreviated-ICD-10 or ICD-10). It is very easy to find Online. But the diagnosis of “dysbacteriosis” you will not find there. Those who wish can see for themselves.

The necessary clarification, giving a comprehensive view of the severity of the International classification of diseases, as a scientific and practical document. After the next revision, the classification is discussed in the scientific community, and then approved, that is, approved at the next session of the world health Assembly, after which its implementation in individual countries begins. In each country, the classification is discussed again, and only then implemented by order of the Minister of health or the head of the relevant government Agency. In particular, ICD-10 was introduced in the territory of the Russian Federation by order of the Ministry of health No. 170 in 1997. And at none of the levels of discussion-approval in the International classification of diseases did not include such a diagnosis as”dysbacteriosis”. Including in our country.

Yes, Yes, and Yes again! Officially in the Russian Federation dysbacteriosis does not exist! Actually, this could already be put an end, but many readers can say :” Yes, you never know what they decided there, I have a doctor from the clinic diagnosed dysbacteriosis and now I am being treated!”Or, “How does it not exist? I, for example, suffer from dysbiosis for many years!”So, especially for suspicious and meticulous, we’ll deal with dysbiosis as it should, fully and completely.

Just let us decide – we are not talking about the fact that all who are doctors, not doctors and acquaintances exhibited the diagnosis of “dysbiosis” are malingerers. We are talking about the fact that there is no such diagnosis, that instead of “dysbacteriosis” should be put another, real, competent diagnosis. This time.

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