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    • Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth and Scleroderma Dr Allison Siebecker 13th Annual Cheri Woo Education Seminar Saturday, March 8, 2014 Scleroderma Foundation, Portland Or www.siboinfo.com copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014 SIBO Symptoms: GI & Systemic • Bloating/ abdominal Gas • Belching, flatulence • Abdominal Pain, Cramps • Constipation, Diarrhea, both • Heartburn/ GERD • Nausea • Leaky Gut/SI Sx- any Systemic sx: • food sensitivities, h/a, joint P, respiratory, skin, brain • Malabsorption Sx- steatorrhea, anemia, weight loss IBS
    • SIBO= Underlying Cause of IBS • Drs Pimentel, Lin, Chow: 2000 • Tx’ed thousands of IBS pt’s successfully with SIBO protocol • 84% IBS test+ SIBO • 75% of those whose breath tests normalized after tx, had improvement in sx’s (Am J Gastroenterology 2003) copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • SIBO Associated Conditions & Risk Factors StudyLinksonwww.siboinfo.com Acne Acne Rosacea Acromegaly Alcohol Consumption (moderate intake) Anemia Atrophic Gastritis Autism Celiac Disease/ Tropical Sprue Chronic Fatigue Syndrome CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia) Cystic Fibrosis Diabetes Diverticulitis Dyspepsia Elderly Age Erosive Esophagitis Fibromyalgia Gallstones Gastroparesis GERD Hepatic Encephalopathy (Minimal) H pylori Infection Hypochlorhydria Hypothyroid/ Hashimoto's Thyroiditis IBD (Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis) IBS Interstitial Cystitis Lactose Intolerance Leaky Gut Liver Cirrhosis Lyme Malabsorption Syndrome Medications: Proton Pump Inhibitors, Opiates Muscular Dystrophy (myotonic Type 1) NASH /NAFLD (non-alcoholic: steatohepatitis/fatty liver disease) Obesity Pancreatitis Parasites Parkinson's Prostatitis (chronic) Radiation Enteropathy Restless Leg Syndrome Rheumatoid Arthritis SCLERODERMA Surgery: Post-Gastrectomy copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • Prevalence of GI Involvement & SIBO in Scleroderma • After the skin, the Gastrointestinal Tract is the 2nd most common target of symptoms (Marie ‘07) • Esophagus = most common 70-95% • Then the Anus/Rectum 70-95% • Then the Small Intestine • Though 100% have decreased SI motility w/in 5 yrs • Then the Stomach 32% • SIBO prevalence= 50% average • 43% (Marie 2009), 46% (Savarino), 63% (Parodi) copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014 Gastrointestinal Anatomy
    • What is SIBO? • Bacterial Colonization of the SI • SI should have low Bacterial counts (101-2/duodenum) • LI is the place for Bacterial colonization (1010-11) • Protective measures keep bact low in SI • Stomach Acid (HCl), Bile, Digestive Enzymes, GI Immune System (Galt), Migrating Motor Complex • Deficient MMC= a 1° cause of SIBO • SIBO= normal GIT bacteria, not pathogenic • Problem= wrong place in wrong amounts copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • Etiology (Cause) • Anything that allows bacteria to back up in the Small Intestine 1. Slowed motility in the SI (decreased MMC) • Ex: Dz- Acute Gastroenteritis, Diabetes, Scleroderma; Opiate drugs; Surgical nerve damage/scarring 2. Obstruction of the SI • Ex: tumors, strictures, adhesions, excess mucus 3. Non draining pockets/sections of SI • Ex: Small Intestine Diverticulitis, surgical Blind loops copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • Scleroderma SIBO Etiology= Impaired Motility • Thickening of intestinal connective tissue (Savarino) GI smooth muscle atrophy & intestinal wall/sm musc fibrosis impairs motility(Recasens, Domsic) • Decreased/Absent MMC (Marie ‘07, Ebert, Rees, Graydanus) • 1st vascular, 2nd nerve, 3rd muscle damage • MMC depends on ICC – nerve cells • Scleroderma must damage ICC copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Pathophysiology copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014 SIBO Pathophysiology #1 Bacteria compete for & steal our Food SI Bacterial Overgrowth Bacteria Eat Our Food Bacterial Gas GI Sx bloating, pain (Hydrogen/Methane) constipation/diarrhea GERD, nausea Premature Bacterial Exposure to Host’s Food Fermentation Food = Growth
    • copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014 Bacterial Gas Causes Abdominal Symptoms of IBS • Bloating/distention= physical swelling • Pain= GIT sensitive to pressure, musc contract against gas, Visc Hypersens in IBS • Eructation, flatulence= gas exiting • GERD/Nausea= gas back pressure • Altered BM’s • Hydrogen= associated with diarrhea • Methane = causes constipation
    • Problem: Carbohydrates • Bacteria’s main food source is carbohydrate (CHO) • Problem #1: CHO feed bacteria worsening overgrowth • Problem #2: Bacteria ferment CHO > gas > symptoms • Bacteria can ferment (eat) any and all CHO • All plant food can feed bacteria & potentially worsen SIBO copyrightJan2014DrAllison Siebecker
    • copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014 SIBO Pathophysiology #2 Damage= GI & Systemic Sx SI Bacterial Overgrowth Disaccharidases (-) Carb Transporters Blunted Villi GI Sx’s Elongated Crypt Depth Intestinal Permeability Systemic Sx’s Hydrogen, Methane Gas GI Sx’s: Bloating Constipation/ Diarrhea Pain , GERD, Nausea Inflammatory cytokines Digest Brush Border Bile Deconjugation steatorrhea fat sol vit deficiency A, D, E, K Bacterial Actions Fermentation of Unabsorbed Carbohydrate Damage the Brush Border Bacterial Growth
    • Diagnosis/Testing copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014 When to consider SIBO? • If the symptoms of IBS are present • Bloating, constipation/diarrhea, abdominal pain • If malabsorption is present • Low weight, low ferritin/anemia, fatty stools (steatorrhea) • It’s reasonable to screen all scleroderma patients for SIBO
    • Lactulose Breath Test • Measures Gas produced only by Bacteria • Challenge test- sx may occur during/after • Positive Interpretations Vary by Dr/Lab • H 20 ppm w/in 120min (w/in 100min best) • M 3 ppm at any point in the test (Dr P) • 3 hour test=best, 2 hr= sufficient • Must test for both hydrogen & methane • Locally: NCNM Clinic, OHSU, Emanuel copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Treatment copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014 SIBO Treatment Protocol Variation of the Cedars-Sinai Protocol (Pimentel 2006) Drs Siebecker & Sandberg-Lewis (2010) SIBO Suspected 1. PE: ICV, Acid/Pancreas Reflex 2. Blood Test: CBC, ESR, thyroid, CV, KD 3. Stool Test (fat malabsorption) 4. String/Gastro-Test or Heidelberg 5. Celiac, Intestinal permeability, Food allergy/sensitivity 6. Endo/Colonoscopy Hx GI/Extra GI Sx, Meds, Dz Antibio tic Elemental Diet x 2-3 wks Diet SCD, SCD + Fodmap 1. Rifaximin: Diarrhea/Alternating 550mg tid x 14 days 2a. Rifaximin + Neomycin: Constipation 550mg tid + 500mg bid x 14 days or 2b. Rif + Metronidazole 250mg tid x 14 days Optional: Probiotic, Antifungal SIBO Lactulose Breath Test Or: GBT, Organic Acid Test SIBO Breath Re-Test Feel Better- 90% Partial Improvement/ Not Better Re-Assess within 2 weeks Prevention 1. Diet (SCD/Gaps, C-SD, Fodmap) 2. Prokinetic x 3 mo+ :Prucalopride .5-2mg hs :Erythromycin 50mg hs :LDN 2.5-5mg hs Optional: Probiotic, HCl/bitters Brush Border healing supplements Re-Treat SIBO (+)SIBO (-) Consider other Dx Non-Dx/ other Tests Treat SIBO 4 options Hx AntibioticAntibioticHerbal Antibiotics 1. Berberine Herbs 2. Allicin (methane) 3. Oregano 4. Neem 1-3 caps 2-3 x day x 4 weeks Optional: Probiotic, Antifungal Relapse
    • copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014 Key SIBO Tx Points for Success • Test (LBT) • Successive Tx Rounds (Abx/HAbx) needed • If gas is above 35-45 ppm (avg gas dec from Abx/HAbx=25-35 ppm) • Methane &/or constipation cases are harder to treat • Double Abx Tx or Allicin needed for methane/constipation cases • Vary tx method as needed (Abx, HAbx, ED)
    • Key SIBO Tx Points for Success • Re-Test to assess results (if not 90% better) • Both Prokinetic & Diet for prevention • Diet must be customized to the individual through their own trial & error over time • There’s no one “diet” that is perfect for anyone • There’s no test to find one’s perfect diet copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • Prokinetics • Commonly used in Scleroderma for improving esophagus/GI motility • Most= cardiac /neurological side effects • Prucalopride (Canada/Europe)= safe • Recommended for Scleroderma (Ebert) • Used for SIBO • Mosapride (Asian)= ano-rectal ICC’s copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Incurable SIBO • With advanced/progressed Scleroderma or continuous PPI’s or Opiates • Continuous Antimicrobials may be needed • Rifaximin 550mg every other day • Monitor liver enzymes • Rotating Herbal Antibiotics (Sandberg-Lewis) • Berberine- 100mg 1-4x day • Allicin- 450mg 2-3x day • Neem 500mg 3x day • Oregano- 50mg 3-4x day copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI’s) • Commonly prescribed in scleroderma for esophagus protection or sx of GERD • Problems • Risk Factor for SIBO (Lo) • Acid kills bacteria • Risk Factor for Bone Fracture (Geller, Gray) • Acid helps Calcium/mineral absorption • Many will need it but try removing it • Rebound reflux is common x 8-26 wks after long term PPI use (Fossmark , Waldum) copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Other Digestive Support • Pancreatic Insufficiency in Scleroderma (Ebert) • Enzymes: Prescription=Creon, OTC= Thorne Dipan • Malabsorption may be due to: • SIBO: bact stealing or damaged wall • Thickened Wall, Poor Circulation • SIBO Leaky gut healers: L-Glutamine, Zinc Carnosine, Colostrum, Vit D/A/Cod Liver Oil, Turmeric, Resveratrol, Glutathione • Circulation improving remedies copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Diet copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • Dietary Treatments for SIBO • Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) (Haas/Gottschall) • Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet (GAPS) (Campbell-McBride) • Low FODMAP Diet (LFD) (Shepherd/Gibson) • Cedars-Sinai Low Fermentation Diet (C-SLFD) (Pimentel) • SCD + Low FODMAP Diet (SCD+LFD) (compiled by Siebecker) • All target & manipulate Carbohydrates copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • What the Diets were Formulated to Treat • Formulated for active SIBO, as a treatment • SCD, GAPS, SCD+ Fodmaps • SCD= IBD/diarrheal dz • GAPS= GI + brain/mood symptoms (autism) • SCD+LFD= more severe SIBO • Formulated for IBS, not SIBO specifically • Low FODMAP Diet • Formulated for SIBO Prevention • Cedars-Sinai Low Fermentability Diet copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Continuum of Diet Tolerance in SIBO SCD+LFD SCD/GAPS Low Fodmap Diet No Starch, Low Fiber Fermentable Gluten Free Grains(Starch, Fiber) No Beans at 1st Fruit/Veg Beans, Sugar Low Fermentable Fruits/Veg C-S Low Fermentation Diet Refined Grains (Starch, Gluten) Sugar No Beans copyrightJan2014DrAllison Siebecker Less Tolerance/More Severe Case More Tolerance/Less Sever Case
    • Key Points of SIBO Treatment Diets • Decrease Fermentable Food (Carbs) for bacteria • Avoid Grains, Starch, Starchy Veggies, some Beans, Sugar/most sweeteners, Lactose, Fiber/Prebiotics • Allow monosaccharides= glucose/fructose as honey • Intro Diet (SCD/GAPS) to decrease bacteria/sx • SCD+LFD = Intro is optional since Abx/HAbx/ED will decrease bacteria • Progressive- easier to digest foods at 1st • no raw fruit or veg, nuts or beans at 1st • fruit & veg= peel, de-seed, cook & puree at 1st copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • SIBO Diets Match Scleroderma Diets for Esophagus/GI (Recasens) • Liquid/pureed/soft food • Soup/broth. Bone broth healing to tissue but wait till SIBO is gone (mucopolysacc) • Yogurt • Low Fiber/Fermentable Carbs • Except meal timing • Scleroderma= small freq meals for esoph • SIBO= 4-5 hrs between meals to allow MMC copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Cons of SIBO Diets • Weight Loss (5-15#)- not good for underweight • Difficult • removal of common/favorite foods • more home cooking required • lack of portable snacks • difficulty participating in food events (weddings, holidays, dinner parties, ‘other people’s food’) • traveling • eating out • Psychologically Difficult: feeling different, out of synch with society, like an outsider, not normal copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker
    • How to gain weight? • Reduce bacteria with tx: Abx, HAbx • Caution: Elemental Diet can cause wgt loss • Eat more food, more often: set a timer (it’s a job) • Eat more allowed CHO: honey, squash, fruit, nuts, beans • Eat Lactose free dairy • Shakes: HM 24 hr ½ & ½ ygt/lactose-free whole milk/coconut milk; nut butter; egg yolks, fruit; fruit juice; honey; cinnamon (ingredients as tolerated) • Eat refined CHO (white- rice/potato/bread/pasta) or Whole CHO if tolerated (whole grains/tubers/beans) • Heal brush border (abs), take Enzymes (dig) copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker
    • Diet Pro’s: Benefits Beyond GI Sx (SCD+LFD,SCD,GAPS) • Weight Loss (inches off waist) • Stabilization of blood sugar; high & low, stops sugar cravings • Decrease in chronic infection and inflammation: arthritis, chronic gingivitis • Improved immunity: decreased seasonal colds/flu/allergies • Improved skin, mood, sleep, energy and overall well-being • IBD: off all medicines, normal colonoscopy • Removes ‘obstacles to cure’, repairs the gut, tx’s other pt complaints • “I’ll never go back to the way I was eating before”, “I got my life back” copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker
    • Diet Points • Gluten (wheat,barley,rye) correlated with AI Dz • Best avoided by anyone with AI Dz • Or Test= Cyrex Array III (Wheat/Gluten) • Lactose Free Dairy= many w/ SIBO tolerate it & do better with it • Increased energy, stabilize weight loss, helps digestion (ygt-Pbx), increases food pleasure • But casein can cross-react with Gluten, test via IgG/A blood & correlate w/ TTG (+) • Cyrex Array IV= cross reactive copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • Lactose Free Dairy Foods • Homemade 24 hr yogurt/sour cream • Aged cheese, Dry Curd Cottage Cheese • Ghee/butter • Lactase enzyme treated cream in sm amts • Commercial lactose-free dairy • Lactaid Milk- SCD Illegal but if tolerated=OK • Pectin is in “lactose-free” (Green Valley) yogurt, but if tolerated= OK • True Greek yogurt (no pectin)= low lactose copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • Scleroderma SIBO Case 1 • CC: osteoporosis/malabsorption • Current Meds: Nexium • Sx: diarrhea tendency x 1 yr (previously constipated), bloated feeling, esophagus irritation, low weight • Test: LBT (+) Hydrogen 78ppm Methane 4ppm • After 2 courses Abx given by other Dr’s • Rifaximin for SIBO & ? For Gastroenteritis/ER copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Scleroderma SIBO Case 1 • Treatment • Consider removal of Nexium (referral) • Berberine Complex (Integrative Therapeutics) • 5 grams/11 pills per day x 4 weeks • Specific Carbohydrate Diet • Result: neg test H 4ppm/M 0ppm • Test- H dec 74ppm, M dec 4ppm • Sx: still low weight, BM’s improved, bloated/esophagus feelings gone, feels better overall copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Scleroderma SIBO Case 1 • Prevention Treatment • SCD/C-SD (rice, potatoes) • Prokinetic: LDN 2.5mg at bed long term • 3 months out= treatment is holding • Notes: • GI sx were not major a complaint • Qi-Shen/Vitality-Glow is much improved! copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • Summary • SIBO is common in Scleroderma • Symptoms are the same as IBS • Bacteria ferment carbs into gas> GI sx • Diagnosis= Lactulose Breath Test • Treatment= 4 options, 3=quick killing & Diet • Prevention= Diet + Prokinetics • Diet= SCD, Gaps, Fodmaps, SCD+LFD, C-SD copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • Resources See www.siboinfo.com under: • ‘Resources’ for: • Testing Laboratories -Books • Website Resources -Cookbooks • MMC videos -You tubes • ‘Treatment’: ‘Diet’= for more diet info copyrightDrAllison Siebecker2014
    • References • Marie I, Ducrotté P, Denis P, Menard JF, Levesque H. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in systemic sclerosis. Rheumatology (Oxford). 2009 Oct;48(10):1314-9. doi: 10.1093/rheumatology/kep226. PMID: 19696066 • Marie I, Ducrotté P, Denis P, Hellot MF, Levesque H. Outcome of small-bowel motor impairment in systemic sclerosis--a prospective manometric 5-yr follow-up. Rheumatology (Oxford). 2007 Jan;46(1):150-3. PMID:16782730 • Parodi A, Sessarego M, Greco A, Bazzica M, Filaci G, Setti M, Savarino E, Indiveri F, Savarino V, Ghio M. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in patients suffering from scleroderma: clinical effectiveness of its eradication. Am J Gastroenterol. 2008 May;103(5):1257-62. doi: 10.1111/j.1572- 0241.2007.01758.x. PMID: 18422815 copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • References cont. • Savarino E, Mei F, Parodi A, Ghio M, Furnari M, Gentile A, Berdini M, Di Sario A, Bendia E, Bonazzi P, Scarpellini E, Laterza L, Savarino V, Gasbarrini A. Gastrointestinal motility disorder assessment in systemic sclerosis. Rheumatology (Oxford). 2013 Jun;52(6):1095- 100. doi: 10.1093/rheumatology/kes429. PMID: 23382360 • Soudah HC, Hasler WL, Owyang C. Effect of octreotide on intestinal motility and bacterial overgrowth in scleroderma.N Engl J Med. 1991 Nov 21;325(21):1461-7. PMID: 1944424 • Rees WDW, Leigh RJ, Christofides ND, Bloom SR, Turnberg LA. Interdigestive motor activity in patients with systemic sclerosis . Gastroenterology 1982;83:575–80. • Greydanus MP, Camilleri M. Abnormal postcibal antral and small bowel motility due to neuropathy or myopathy in systemic sclerosis . Gastroenterology 1989;96:110–5. copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • References cont. • Recasens MA, Puig C, Ortiz-Santamaria V. Nutrition in systemic sclerosis. Reumatol Clin. 2012 May-Jun;8(3):135-40. doi: 10.1016/j.reuma.2011.09.006. PMID: 22197834 • PPI: • Proton pump inhibitor therapy and hip fracture risk. Geller JL, Adams JS.JAMA. 2007 Apr 4;297(13):1429; author reply 1429- 30. PMID: 17405964 • Proton pump inhibitor use, hip fracture, and change in bone mineral density in postmenopausal women: results from the Women's Health Initiative.Gray SL, LaCroix AZ, Larson J, Robbins J, Cauley JA, Manson JE, Chen Z. Arch Intern Med. 2010 May 10;170(9):765-71. doi: 10.1001/archinternmed.2010.94. PMID: 20458083 copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • References cont. PPI • Rebound acid hypersecretion after long-term inhibition of gastric acid secretion. Fossmark R, Johnsen G, Johanessen E, Waldum HL. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2005 Jan 15;21(2):149- 54. PMID: 15679764 • Rebound acid hypersecretion from a physiological, pathophysiological and clinical viewpoint. Waldum HL, Qvigstad G, Fossmark R, Kleveland PM, Sandvik AK. Scand J Gastroenterol. 2010 Apr;45(4):389-94. doi: 10.3109/00365520903477348. Review. PMID: 20001749 • Proton pump inhibitor use and the risk of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth: a meta-analysis. Lo WK, Chan WW. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2013 May;11(5):483-90. doi: 10.1016/j.cgh.2012.12.011. PMID: 23270866 copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014
    • References: Gluten • [Antigliadin antibodies in the absence of celiac disease]. Kamaeva OI, Reznikov IuP, Pimenova NS, Dobritsyna LV. Klin Med (Mosk). 1998;76(2):33-5. Russian. PMID: 9553358 • High incidence of celiac disease in patients with systemic sclerosis. Rosato E, De Nitto D, Rossi C, Libanori V, Donato G, Di Tola M, Pisarri S, Salsano F, Picarelli A. J Rheumatol. 2009 May;36(5):965-9. doi: 10.3899/jrheum.081000. PMID: 19332639 • [Celiac disease associated with systemic sclerosis]. Trucco Aguirre E, Olano Gossweiler C, Méndez Pereira C, Isasi Capelo ME, Isasi Capelo ES, Rondan Olivera M.Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2007 Nov;30(9):538- 40. Review. Spanish. PMID: 17980132 • Low prevalence of coeliac disease in patients with systemic sclerosis: a cross-sectional study of a registry cohort. Forbess LJ, Gordon JK, Doobay K, Bosworth BP, Lyman S, Davids ML, Spiera RF. Rheumatology (Oxford). 2013 May;52(5):939-43. doi: 10.1093/rheumatology/kes390. PMID: 23335635 copyrightDrAllisonSiebecker 2014