MARCoNS (Multiple Antibiotic Resistant Coagulase Negative Staphylococci) is an antibiotic resistant staph infection that resides deep in the nose. MARCoNS are very slow growing however, can have such an effect on one's health leading to chronic fatigue, hormonal imbalances, and more.
How do I get MARCoNS?
Fungal exposure, chronic Lyme disease, and biotoxin illnesses deplete MSH, often leading to colonization by these bacteria. Staph that is Coagulase Negative has multiple antibiotic resistance usually due to the formation of biofilm which protects the bacteria from the penetration of the antibiotics.
We offer a combination of 3 Mold Toxicity Tests:
- NARES (nasal) CULTURE EVALUATION WITH ID AND ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITIES
- NARES BACTERIAL CULTURE EVALUATION INCLUDING BIOFILMS
- FUNGAL CULTURE (nasal) EVALUATION WITH ID