Wow, I have the exact same symptoms. Glad you posted. This was brought up a bit before, but we didn’t really get anywhere.
For what it’s worth, I did a 3-week cycle of Diflucan and, aside from the normal fluctuation that you spoke of, nothing was really different. Maybe a little better (10%) during the time I was taking it.
I’ve been on the diet for just about 15 weeks now, and this symptom hasn’t improved. Would really like to get it figured out.
I was wondering if Diflucan would do anything, so I’m glad you mentioned that.
15 weeks is a long time. I have seen progress in my 9 weeks, but it’s been slow. In the absence of a better test, I’ve been measuring the progress of the prostate by how flexible my lower back is; the inflammation I spoke of has caused the lower back muscles to tighten up. Before I started the diet, if I tried to arch my back it would feel as if a rope, positioned right next to the spine, was tied between the lower back and mid-back. Nowadays I can arch my back more than I could before, but I can tell that I still have a ways to go before I’m free of the inflammation.
I’ve seen the balanitis respond to the diet. During the initial weeks when my die-off symptoms were at their worst, the balanitis was also at its worst. When the die-off eased up, the balanitis lessened. Later on, when I increased my dosage of SF722, the balanitis once again worsened, along with other die-off symptoms.
I wish that scientists would invent killer nanobots already, so we could unleash them on the candida and get on with our lives.
Yes, my fungal overgrowth began as a prostatitis. I had a severe UT fungal infection. My story with this monster began there.
I was cured of it, but I am still battling an intestinal overgrowth that was mainly triggered by the long antibiotic rounds my Drs prescribed by mistake thinking my prostatitis was bacterial. They never thought about candida , and it was what I had.