raster;59949 wrote: My suggestion is to prove you have a problem and then you can get treatment. Check out the candia5 test, its pretty cheap. Additionally I would consider getting checked out for diabetes because this is often associated with constant thirst. Another problem is that you likely have a histamine intolerance issue which can be reversed with both natural and medicinal drugs…this is what can cause the anxiety and panic attacks. To me it sounds like you have a histamine problem that has been left unchecked and has caused a variety of other health problems.
If you can travel to spain, I would consult with Dr. Prada Pascual.
Thank you for answering raster 🙂
I will consider all your suggestions. I will try to get the candia5 test so I can prove to other people that I do have a candida problem (how reliable do you consider this test to be?). At first when you suggested I might have diabetes I wasn’t very convinced since I thought that if that was the case, it would’ve probably have been picked up by some routine blood test already. But I’ve done a bit of research and it seems like it is a strong possibility (type 2 especially), considering how my symptoms developed and considering that diabetes also seems to be linked to candida. Not to mention that my granddad also had diabetes. I will try to look into the histamine problem as well when I meet with my GP. I guess it’s not time to give up on the GP’s yet.
Speaking hypothetically: Imagine I did have diabetes (along with candida). Would treating just the diabetes be enough to eliminate the candida problem and make me feel healthy again? Or would I have to treat both simultaneously?
Finally, I don’t think I have much of a chance of traveling to Spain for health reasons until I can prove to other people that I do have a health problem indeed. So for now, whoever I can get in Portugal will have to do.
Once again thank you, I truly appreciate your input!