The yeast infection was treated (not full recovery)with prescription cream and then maintained a frequent douche with apple cider vinegar (organic/w mother). Still wondering what to do about it. Not sure if I should use the diflucan or just keep playing things out as I am.
Constipation has improved, but is still not functioning properly. Should I do an enema on days that I can’t go? Today is the 1st day of the cleanse that seems blocked to that extent.
Chronic vaginal yeast infections is a typical sign of candidiasis, which is located in the colon. Topical treatment will only supress the symptoms but will not cure you. I wouldnt use enema’s as a tool to clear constipation since your gut can get lazy, but I would use it as a method to cure candida. There are different substances you can use for the enema’s, one such method I have described in my topic in general discussion.
I am glad you have learned what this syndrome is about. We need to spread the knowledge to avoid suffering.
Chronic unresponsive vaginal candidiasis is consequence of a loaded immune system and a suppressed cell-mediated immunity. Most of times, this is caused by the presence of fungal colonies in the colon. Correcting it, allows the immune system to recover its proper balance and the vaginal candidiasis responds to regular therapies.
This is in fact what means Candida Related Complex.