This is my new friend. Steno Malt. Apparently I cultured it when I went in for my cold. She said that it is sensitive to a lot of medicines, so the Cayston should work on it. She didn't seem too concerned about it so I am trying not to be as well.
However, it is very hard to keep that mindset when I read up on it. Steno seems to be classified as gram-negative and found in aquatic environments. It's similar to B. cepacia in its ability to resist antibiotics. Again, luckily mine seems to be sensitive to most antibiotics. Read here to find out more. Originally it was thought to not have a negative impact on lung function, however, it may not be the case now. Patients with Steno Malt might actually see a decrease in lung function from it.
So while the articles are not exactly positive, I have hopes that I can get rid of it.