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raster;56161 wrote: Candida exists on our skin, in our mouths, our entire digestive tract, and most notably…your mucousal membranes. Then it exists in a variety of organs as well…
Many of us have seen the dozens of websites that tell us we cant possibly have candida WHERE we have it,unless we have HIV or Hepatitis. The local teaching hospital told me this, and my old MD.
Simply googling where you think you have your candida will yield these sites.
I googles candida in the esophagus. It gave me nightmares,lol.
Speaking from experiences might help others to realize that its more common than they think, and more common than the internet has told them,especially if they are looking at traditional-medicine websites,too. They are the worst.
I know my candida overgrowth is in my sinuses,eyes,and esophagus.
The reason it got so bad in my throat/esophagus is because an ENT told me I had GERD, and my candida went untreated for almost 2 years. thats a long time to have a sore throat,lol.