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Jackie2 wrote: IDK and IDK where to go. I’m thinking about calling Uof M to see who there can help me the best? I’m still on Kefir /Yogurt only probiotic. Really kicked up the garlic and onions. But I need to be on probiotics.
I really don’t know what are you symptoms because I haven’t read all your posts. I don’t know if you have a persistent vaginal candidiasis or even intestinal symptoms.
What I read was you were complaining of an oral candidiasis that you haven’t been able to resolve.
Oral and esophageal candidiasis are sometimes localized infections that aren’t linked to chronic candidiasis, but also can be part of CRC in rare cases.
I have known people with a terrible chronic intestinal/genital candidiasis that never report oral problems. A white tongue doesn’t mean candida is there.
For instance, babies develop oral candidiasis very easy and it doesn’t mean they have chronic candidiasis.
If you are going to find medical assistance, I believe a holistic MD is your best option. Most of the time, Holistic MDs recognize this syndrome and have treated people suffering it.
Anyway, I don’t know if you are in US, if so, I am aware of the most mentioned Drs treating this syndrome and can suggest you one of them. You even have the chance of consulting a yeast expert Dr by phone about your case. I am not talking about an specialist you normally find in your local Hospital but one that have dedicated his life to study fungus and have treated hundreds of cases.
I know about a treatment that is successful eradicating oral candidiasis even in AIDS patient. You can mention it to your MD if you consider this route.
Fluconazole 200 mg tablets and Lamisil 250 mg for 21 days.
The reason why this treatment is very effective is because Fluconazole is a fungistatic drug that only inhibits the fungus growth and Lamisil alone isn’t effective against candida albicans (has poor activity) but together with Fluconazole create a synergistic combination effective and sometimes fungicidal against resistant candida strains. Both drugs attack different parts of the ergosterol synthesis pathway of the fungal cells.
If you don’t resolve or want to see a MD who has treated candidiasis for more than 20 or 30 years, let me know. I am aware of at least 5 still active in US. 1 in Texas, 2 in New York, 1 in California, and 1 in Florida. I mean Drs who have written books about this syndrome.
You may resolve without expending money in a Dr consultation or with a single treatment, but since I read your post in desperation, it is the way I can help you.