We’ve formulated Atrantíl for patients who suffer from bloating and abdominal discomfort accompanied by constipation, diarrhea or both. It’s an effective first-line treatment and a valuable therapeutic option for patients who haven’t found relief with other therapies.
Although Atrantíl has no known side effects, we haven’t tested it on pregnant or breast-feeding women. Therefore, we don’t recommend that pregnant or breast-feeding women take Atrantíl.
What should patients expect with Atrantíl
Atrantíl is formulated to address the root cause for bloating and abdominal discomfort accompanied by constipation, diarrhea or both. For most patients, using Atrantíl will yield with the most favorable results realized through a regular dosing schedule.
Although there are no known side effects with Atrantíl, some patients may experience a Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction, also known as die-off.
Die-off is hypothesized to occur when certain bacteria are lysed and release low levels of an endotoxin.
This process can result in a brief period of low-grade fever, muscle aches or even diarrhea. When seen in patients, this die-off reaction is usually short in duration and a positive sign for several reasons.
The patient will appreciate your recommendation of a non-antibiotic, non-pharmaceutical treatment regimen.