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Hello guitar 02,

Have you been taking probiotics at all throughout your treatment? This is the single most important thing you need to recover from candida overgrowth, not antifungals. Rotating to a variety of different antifungals is not productive and can actually be detrimental to your treatment:–Why-we-SHOULDNT-do-it.aspx

Have you tried SF722? This is a great long term antifungal you can take whether on the protocol or not.

If you are not doing a strict diet that eliminates rice, potatoes, carrots, corn, nuts and seeds, etc. then you likely won’t find a cure. You need to starve the candida as much as possible in order to make up ground on this infection and by doing a half ass diet, you will not make any progress. This is not good because you will continue to degrade the rest of the body.

But the mega-strict diets have just not got me to anywhere near ‘normal’, and they are socially impossible.

Well it sounds like you can’t do the diet because you are making excuses (sorry about being tough), but this is silly. You can’t go around and eat healthy? You can’t stop playing sports for a period of time in order to heal from a debilitating illness? You need to get your priorities in check and your health should be the most important thing in your life; you only live once!

Are you eating organic? This is also very essential in order to get over candida.

Have you tried eating heaps of coconut oil? This will create a beneficial environment in the gut that we prevent candida from thriving.

What supplements have you tried? Have you done anything to help heal leaky gut?

We developed this forum protocol if you are interested:

You may want to consider consulting a naturopathic doctor. They will understand your woes and can aid you in your recovery with specific supplements. They will say many of the same things I have written in this post. It can take as long as 6-18 months to recover from candida overgrowth and you should be more serious about your health because otherwise you can develop long term consequences.