Phage Therapy and Autism

Causes of Autism

More and more studies are showing that a dysbiosis of the microbiota is correlated with autism, as suggested by the following texts (National Library of Medecine) :

-Autism causes an imbalance in the gut microbiota
-Imbalance in the Gut Microbiota of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders

Is it a cause or a consequence? It's hard to prove.
La Phagotherapıe Et Lautisme

Role of Phage Therapy in Potential Autism Treatments

Regardless, treating the symptoms of intestinal dysbiosis in autistic patients will only improve their conditions and symptoms, especially their hypersensitivity.

The treatment then consists of studying the patient, what they can or cannot eat, and a thorough description of their symptoms. The doctors then establish a suitable diet that they implement step by step, to monitor the patient's acceptance.

In parallel, bacteriological analyses are carried out, notably on the patient's microbiota. Depending on the results of the analyses, corresponding phages are then prescribed to the patients. Probiotics may additionally be necessary. By acting on all these parameters at once (too many pathogenic bacteria: taking phages, not enough good bacteria: taking probiotics, and eating foods accepted by the body), doctors have the ability to improve the patient's microbiota and therefore the autistic symptoms.

Testimony of an autistic patient treated with phage therapy

The following link describes the treatment and results obtained for a 22-year-old autistic patient.
This autistic biology student had studied and analyzed many studies on autism. He came to the conclusion that treating the microbiota could significantly improve his condition. His mother, very close to him, listened to him and trusted him. She took him to Georgia to follow such treatment. She wrote us this testimony a few months after his return :
Testimonial autism and phage therapy