I haven't been diagnosed so I have no idea what type of disorder I have.
I do take probiotics but I have never really noticed a change while taking them.
In the past I took chlorophyllin w/zinc, one with each meal. It was effective in neutralizing the odor of my stool but not my overall body odor.
I have found that avoiding onions and garlic helps. If I eat ocean fish it gives my urine a fishy odor. You need to experiment with different foods and see what happens. This is the advice I have been given by serveral different people.
Soon I'm going to take sugar out of my diet and hope for the best. I'm curious to see if I have a fructose intolerence.
Have you been to the new body odor support forum? There are so many wonderful and intelligent people there that suffer like us.
I posted this awhile back, it may be of some help.
For awhile now I've been trying to figure out what type of Probiotics to take. During the call on Sunday, Camille stated she alternates between two different kinds. One is pb8 vegetarian and the other is MegaFlora, I thinks it's by Daily Foods. She said to take them in the morning with a glass of water and no food for at least a 1/2 an hour. There was some background noise at times and I had trouble hearing her every word. I think she said she takes them am and pm.
I've taken the Megaflora, it's expensive. I started buying probiotics from my local pharmacy. The one I'm taking now has 100 million active lactobacillus acidophilus.
I have trouble sticking with the program. So I'm sure this is the reason why I'm not seeing great results. Congratulations on the six weeks with no sugar, now that's discipline! I'm so sorry to here you had no improvements.