I had tremendous die off when I took the Rx. They were able to clean the UT but no the intestines. The intestinal infection is the main culprit and the hardest to cure.
thanks Jorge, didn’t you have Molybdenum back then?
I am really not a chicken but boy did that die-off messed me up in that 2.5 month. I still wonder why it never went over the hill. How long was your die-off face until you got over the hill and the healing could start without die-off?
My biggest struggle will be to find a doctor who will believe in fungus infections. It is strange that they dont believe here in that. They believe that only AIDS sick believe can experience a fungus in infection. The accept vaginal fungus and fungus on the toes but not in the intestines or UT tracks.
Any advice here how to move forward in that. How did you get your medic finding out. Here in Sweden is everything run through blood and urine tests only. Did they check your sperm and the blood in it for fungus or how can I press him to check for fungus?
No, Thomas. I bought my medications online and planned the treatment myself. There is Lamisil, Fluconazole, Itraconazole, and even Voriconazole online without script.
The only thing I spoke with my Dr was to check my liver enzymes every months.
Regarding to Molibdenum, I have never taken it. The die-off reaction was terrible but I could handle it.
Do you still have the link to the online store?
Here I found a natural treatment, what do you think about that?
Thomas, I’m very interested in this topic, since I also believe that I have Chronic Prostatitis due to fungus.
I am one of thousands of guys who took a hair loss medicationa and ended up with this problem. Regarding this Broccoli treatment, there are hundreds of guys who tried on the another forum that I am a member of (for the hairloss drug). I didn’t read of a single guy who had positive results from it.
On a positive note one of the guys on the forum, recovered through a 10 day fast,extreme dieting similar to the ones on here. avoiding carbs & usiing Nysatin Medication.
Unfortunately in the US it is also extremely difficult to find a doctor that believes in Prostatitis caused by fungus. Most of the MD’s are arogant and they are very close minded. I’m more inclined to go to a naturopath at this point anyway. I hope this topic stays active, because I believe it is very possible this is the culprit.