I am unsure whether the test you took is the best test. Ask your yeast specialist about testing.
Here is the tests I recommend and the results need to be analyzed by a doctor or naturopath:
GI Effects Complete Profile by Metametrix – Stool PCR testing uses DNA analysis to identify microbiota including anaerobes, a previously immeasurable area of the gut environment. GI Effects is unlike any other stool analysis profile, going beyond the standard parameters for identifying gastrointestinal disorders.
Gastrointestinal Health Panel by DiagnosTechs – A good combination of stool and saliva analysis, the GI Health Panel is a non-invasive screen of the gastrointestinal tract and its function. It includes 15-22 individual, yet related tests. Stool and saliva samples are submitted by the patient after home collection.
Organic Acids Test by Great Plains Labs – The Organic Acids Test (OAT) provides an accurate evaluation of intestinal yeast and bacteria using a urine specimen. It measures the byproducts of Candida metabolism.
Candida Immune Complex by Genova Diagnostics – This test evaluates blood for the immune response to Candida albicans. It looks for signs of the body have been exposed to Candida previously, and is the least sensitive of the tests offered.
If you are constipated this is a digestive disorder. Anyone has craps less than 3 times a day is considered to be constipated per dr. mcoombs.
If you have ever taken antibiotics in the past, this can cause gut flora disorders. Western doctors typically can’t heal gut disorders easily. If you don’t have candida, you likely have something similar that causes similar symptoms…its simply just something getting out of balance within the body.