With a Candida albicans infestation, the infestation often causes the entire gastrointestinal tract to be inflamed, this includes the stomach, gallbladder, pancreas, liver, small intestine, and appendix as well as the large intestine or colon. During the infestation inflammation often occurs in any of one these areas or more, and it’s also possible that pain is experienced in one of these parts when the actual source of inflammation is happening in another area of the body; this is the way of the human body. What I’m saying is that it’s perfectly normal to experience pains in these areas of your body.
The dizziness and achiness or pain in your muscles can be caused by die-off toxins of the dying Candida. Are you taking molybdenum yet?