I am going to prescribe metronidazole (Flagyl) by mouth and you will take this by mouth. However, to make sure you take your medicine, you have to be admitted in the rehab for isolation until you get better and since you got this indirectly, the chances of transporting it to others are very high and they should wear gloves, gown, and mask every time they may have contact with you. And the most important thing you should remind them is to wash their hands thoroughly.
You are not going to die. Although, approximately 29,000 patients died within 30 days of the initial diagnosis of C. difficile. Of those, 15,000 were directly carriers of the infection. It is a good thing that you went to see a doctor right away.
Am I going to die?
Yup, that should be the best way to cut the chain. A good hand wash, and having a strong immune system. Avoid taking anti-biotics as much as possible and let your body fight the bacteria on their own.
I guess I should've had proper hygiene and wash my hands often to break the chain of that C.Diff.
After a series of the prescribed drugs and being in isolation for almost three months, Anne finally got rid of the infection from her body.
Now, she make sure that she will wash her hands more before and after playing, hanging out, and eating her meal with friends.