Tsunny;30656 wrote: Jorge, did you take the shots from the miami doctor? If so, how long and whats your status?
I took the shots 6 months only during 2010. It was a short time and during the wrong time. I had a very active intestinal overgrowth at that time. The shots are more productive when the candida load is reduced to a minimum since candida manages the immune system.
It isn’t only the shots but how is your immune system load. People with mercury toxicity, for instance, can not recover because mercury depresses cell-mediated immunity. I pulled out my two amalgams 3 years ago and began chelation at the end of 2011. I still chelate using Cuttler protocol.
It is well known that the antigenic presence (candida presence during the years)is what cause the immune system to stop attacking it and tolerating it. People who have reached this point must be very careful when take antibiotics, hormones, or any other potential trigger. We are at risk of a serious fungal growth because we don’t have an effective immunity to control the yeast. We are left with only the antagonistic flora to defend us. At this point, antibiotics or anything that disrupt the flora will spark the flame.
People who have an active immune system against candida take antibiotics and don’t get a yeast overgrowth. Chronic candida is a syndrome that emerges over time after a continued presence of the yeast in our tissues. This isn’t something that happen from night today at least you have the predisposition ready and take antibiotics.
The only way to cure it is to restore the immunity and to “recover” enough antagonistic bacterial flora in the gut in case you have lost it.