mimmigrace – this sounds a lot like some of my symptoms. I got sick in November a week before major surgery. Stomach burning and bad stools, gas, bloating. Then for the next four months I had extreme hunger that no matter how much I ate, I couldn’t make it go away. The doctor stuck me on PPIs for the extreme burning and I started getting dizziness, drenching sweat in my sleep, vivid nightmares. I couldn’t handle antacids or acid blockers no matter what brand. (I later discovered why…..) I begged to be tested for h pylori and tested + and began treatment. That’s when things really went downhill fast. I had managed to get rid of the h pylori, but now had a host of even more troubling symptoms. I began taking monolaurin without knowing about candida while waiting for an upper endoscopy. This is when all hell broke loose. I began vomiting and dairy from the day or two days before would come up. I would shake and tremble with nauseating hunger, and the morning sickness! Mornings where unbearable. My feet also hurt really, really bad. Like I had walked for miles barefoot. In retrospect, I was going through dangerous and severe die off and none of the doctors had a clue. When the candida grows and I begging killing it off to hard and too fast, for me my main symptom is morning sickness and blood sugar lows right after eating. Since the protocol and diet – I haven’t had any morning sickness except when trying biotin. I think it was feeding the candida faster than the antifungals could get after it. I’d say try the protocol and watch your symptoms. Take it slow – and if you start to feel worse and then better…..well….the rest is history so to speak. I also had prolonged exposure to dangerously high mold levels without knowing it.
Perhaps the veterans can give good advice regarding your upcoming wedding and being able to get through it while not feeling so well. If you start the protocol now and take it slow and smart, I bet you’ll feel better in six weeks than if you keep going like you are now.