home › The Candida Forum › Candida Questions › Why doesn't the medical community recognize candida overgrowth as a legit diagnosis? › Reply To: Why doesn't the medical community recognize candida overgrowth as a legit diagnosis?
raster;60717 wrote: If this was something they would treat widely it would cause them to lose money because they wouldn’t treat other diseases. For instance, they would cure diabetes, cancer, fibromyalgia, adhd, add, etc. Those are big profitable diseases. They also would acknowledge that antibiotics are bad and pesticides, gmo, etc. are bad which is not something they would ever do as an industry.
Wow. I’m sorry you feel this way, much less use your position as an respected voice on this forum to push such claims on other desperate lurkers here.
raster;60717 wrote: They don’t make much money on diflucan.
And … as if there’s not a whole lot of money being made on candida cure self-help books and the supplement side of the industry… Lord knows I’ve spent months going to most supplements recommended here and in books, along with a very expensive foray into healthier eating.
Your post says a lot, sadly. Me, I’ve come to terms that what I’ve been suffering from the past several months (despite the recent rounds of antibiotics, mercury fillings, bad diet, etc.) is really just anxiety. And now that I’ve opened my eyes to that very likely diagnosis, I’ve noticed a lot of my symptoms — the same symptoms conveniently attributed to candida overgrowth — have subsided somewhat.