There’s a variety of factors that go into having good and bad days. Antifungal doseage is one thing to consider, sleep, diet, vitamins, minerals, etc. all effect how the body feels and operates with an immune disorder. The first few weeks of die-off are pretty bad, sorta like the most ill you have ever been (for some people) and then it slowly gets better. The single greatest thing you need to recover is time, and plenty of it.
Are you following the forum’s food list? Eating certain food items can set back your recovery and make you feel worse (like corn for instance). If you list out your diet, this could help us a bunch. Have you seen the forum’s protocol (treatment plan) to get better?
Was there any changes you made during your recovery? Did you introduce something like kefir or yogurt?
Like s. mentioned, there are good and bad days and they come at random. All it takes is a coffee, some rice, or some mild exercise that can set your immune system back. Sometimes skipping meals or not eating enough can weaken the body as well.
There are some tests you could to determine if you have candida, parasites, or both, but it’ll cost you some money. Everyone has parasites or candida, but at different levels. Considering that you experienced die-off, this is typically an indication that you have a gut flora imbalance. Genova diagnostic labs has some tests you can do if your interested.
We are here the help. I started out as a crazy madman but within a few months I felt a ton better.