You guys have to evaluate your own case. I can give you resources and tools to help you, but I can not tell what is your particular case exactly.
There is a test called Candida Immune Complexes in blood that help to identify what category of this syndrome you are.
If I were in a position where I can not realize my situation, I will go for it.
Listen carefully, it isn’t a candida antibody panel. It is candida IMMUNE COMPLEXES in blood.
Let me explain it. As I mentioned, there are people affected by an excess of yeast metabolites because they have too much yeast mono-cells in the intestines. However, those people don’t suffer direct gastrointestinal symptoms because this form of candida don’t cause intestinal lining inflammation. Most of these cases show in a CDSA because this test look for yeast cells in stool.
However, the severe cases aren’t seen in a CDSA because yeast cells have germinated gaining adhesion and tissue penetration. When they penetrates our cells or stick strong to our tissues, there isn’t way they pass in fecal matter.
Still, we have a test to detect it, the immune complexes. Let me explain it. When the morphogenesis occurs, yeast cells explode to allow the hyphal or elongated phase to growth.
During this process, yeast releases fragments of its cell wall. These microscopic fragments are soluble and cross the intestinal lining reaching the bloodstream. One time in the blood, an active IGG antibody responds binding with the antigen creating what is called an immune complex.
Candida Immmune complexes in blood is a test designed to detect these immune complexes.
The test is done by Genova Lab only at this time according to my information.
So, you now have a tool to detect what is your situation.