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This must be what happened to me. My blood test (and stool analysis) came up negative for candida, and my doctor doesn’t believe I have it, despite my thrush, itchyness and thyroid and adrenal problems still persisting. She’s refusing to believe I’m right that I have it, because she’s going by the evidence from the tests.
I’m receiving a phone call later, I want to tell her what you’ve said, but feel she’ll dismiss it again.
I really need Nystatin powder prescription, but she won’t give me it because of this. I want to start the retention enemas…
This is the reason why our system of prescription drugs is wrong. Maybe if you look around on the internet, there might be reliable sources of nystatin.
My stool test was negative, but my blood test was positive. What kind of blood test did she do?
Yeah I’m unfortunately going to have to search for it high and low on the net.
I have the results somewhere, not sure exactly what is was but I’ll find out.
Wondering if I should post the entire results & consultation advice she gave me. As expected, she hasn’t got everything correct but it’s a step in the right direction.