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I don’t want to be involved in this discussion, but there are things wrong that make me to participate. You, and your son or daughter DON’T have systemic candida. It is time to brake the ignorance about this subject. Year after year, the same garbage is repeated and written in the web. Candida Related Complex is a syndrome caused by a MUCOSAL yeast overgrowth NO fungemia.
There aren’t candida cells alive circulating in your bloodstream but metabolites as a result of yeast by-products.
So, your breast milk isn’t contaminated with yeast cells. Until what point your breast milk be contaminated with yeast by-products, it needs to be proved and researched. We can not expeculate what we don’t have any prove.
It is possible the mother milk has some degree of metabolic contamination but it may not.!
Breast milk is really important to develop a balanced microbial flora and modulates the immune system. I won’t stop it because candida albicans won’t be passing from it to your baby.
The worse scenery is yeast metabolic wastes going with it. Again, it needs to be proved.
It is extremely rare human milk contamination with candida albicans even in women with breast duct infection with candida albicans. Human milk is rich in one of the best natural antifungal created by god, lactoferrin. Yeast cells, in a possible direct contact with the milk, that isn’t the case of this syndrome, don’t growth in breast milk easy even with iron stimulation.