- May 17, 2013 at 1:39 pm #104677
Doddy46MemberTopics: 11Replies: 23
Ok, so, I ran out of breast milk and now im starting to bloat, and having food sensitivities. This all started after many antibiotics. During the time I was drinking breast milk most of my symptoms resolved, and I had almost regular poop..well i least I was going every day anyway. Now ive been out of milk for 4 days and i havent pooped in 3. Im getting sick of this. Il admit i havent been following the candida diet very well (coffee, and the odd sandwich, potatoes) but my fact is this. Good bacteria keep yeast in check, without disturbance, yeast has no room to overgrow. Now its overgrown. I’m CONVINCED the answer to this is boosting immune system with supps like vitamin C, chlorella, Vitamineral green/earth and elixir of the lake, along with good excerise, sunlight, destressing, etc, etc. The corner stone of this is then to go on a LOOONG course of ANTIFUNGALS that dont harm gut bacteria, such as, Nystatin, and something that inhibits candida spores, although i have no idea what would do that, hopefully you guys know of something that does this, no guessing please, facts. also maybe take a few other Rx Antifungals. after some months, you NEED to have fecal transplants done via colonoscopy, and regularly, to crowd out the space that Candida has to grow. Enemas are insufficient, they dont go deep enough. the other problem with this, is it has to be quick, most of the bacteria you need are anarobic and do not live long when exposed to oxygen, so how do we get around this? I haven no idea, but even with fecal transplants alot of the bacteria ull need are mostly killed from oxygen. Anyway, Im saying if you followed a candida diet with Rx antifungals with regular fecal transplants under anarobic conditions, while boosting immune function this would most likely cure the vast majority of us. but finding a doctor who agrees the the Candidasis diagnoses AND agreeing to push for multiple fecal transplants is like the french winning a war.
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