I agree with everyone else, you need to detox faster and protect your liver and kidneys. Take it easy with antifungals. You want candida gone quickly, but at what cost? You may get rid of candida sooner, but end up with damaged organs and a whole different set of symptoms and health problems. And what if the damage you’ve done is irreversible?
The point of antifungals is to reduce the symptoms, not make them worse. Take low dose first, then slowly increase as you feel that that dose is not working, and so on. When your symptoms reduced, then go into slow treatment/maintenance stage where you will be boosting up on your probiotics and eat all the right foods to get healthy and not feed the beast within. Or if you react to antifungals that much, just do the diet for a while and then when you feel a bit better, ease into some antifungals.
I had a few horrible die-off episodes where I was in bed for days barely able to get up to go to the bathroom. I say it’s not worth it. I had no access to chelated molybdenum and realized this is not the way to do it. I did the diet and only some of the natural antifungal foods (garlic, coconut oil but small doses, etc.), and probiotics. I am at the point that I enjoy my meals and are 99% symptom free. I did start the diet a year ago, but am almost symptom free for about 4 months already. And by symptom free I mean I enjoy life and go trough it smiling all the time! Tiny bits that linger are those off days that I might get once a month where I just don’t feel super but average.
Best of luck to you and I hope you do things a bit smarter from now on!