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moochpb;39744 wrote: Ok guys, the dr finally said its time for nystatin. 1,000,000 units a day twice I think. Does that sound ok? Also do I stop my sf722? Should I expect more dieoff? Also vsl3 probiotic 112.5 billion per capsule of 8 different strains. Adrenotone for my adrenal glands, molydernum, don’t know how many times a day to take it? Also n acetyl cysteine for my kidney health? Thanks guys. Any help will be appreciated. Plus the strict diet. F this candida crap, time to hit it hard

The Nystatin dose is low, but it will help specially if you combine it. For instance, Carvacrol has shown synergistic antifungal activity together with Nystatin. Oregano Oil is rich in Carvacrol.

I don’t see any reason to stop SF-722, you can also add more fatty acids sources such as coconut oil.

I like NAC. It is an immune modulator that polarizes toward to Th1. It will help boosting the immune response that battles candida and down-regulating the excessive Th2 hyperactivity that make you to react easily to allergens.

Jorge.

ABSTRACT
We investigated the effect of N-acetylcysteine (NAC) on normal human B cell functions. We found that NAC significantly inhibited both the induction of the specific antibody response to the T-dependent antigen Candida albicans and T-dependent pokeweed mitogen (PWM)-induced polyclonal Ig production. NAC did not induce either cell death due to a non-specific toxicity or apoptosis. The NAC-induced inhibitory effect might be a functional consequence of: (i) a down-regulation of the expression on the B cell surface of CD40 and CD27 co-stimulatory molecules and (ii) a down-regulation of interleukin (IL-4) production. In contrast, NAC up-regulated interferon-γ (IFN-γ) production. NAC did not induce any effect on the T cell-independent B cell polyclonal activation system. These results indicate that NAC down-regulates T dependent B cell activation and leads to T helper cell type 1 (Th1) polarization