Are prescriptions sometimes necessary? (My only sign of progress was while taking prescrips)

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    bjh22
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    Are prescriptions sometimes necessary to clear candida or speed things up? When I first started my protocol a few months ago I had a prescription for nystatin and diflucan. The doctor would only prescribe the diflucan for 2 weeks and the nystatin for 1 month. Towards the end of that first month there was a spot on my tongue where the white coating actually started to clear. The spot was pink for a few days and that lead me to believe that something was working. The prescriptions ran out and the clear spot on my tongue was covered with the white coating again. I maintained the protocol recommended on the forum and have been taking all of the recommended anti-fungals and probiotics but have not had any more signs of progress over the last three months.

    The only sign of progress I had was when the coating on my tongue started to clear while I was taking pharmaceuticals. Is this a sign that I might need pharmaceuticals for my case of candida?

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    Danny33
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    bjh22;59699 wrote: Are prescriptions sometimes necessary to clear candida or speed things up? When I first started my protocol a few months ago I had a prescription for nystatin and diflucan. The doctor would only prescribe the diflucan for 2 weeks and the nystatin for 1 month. Towards the end of that first month there was a spot on my tongue where the white coating actually started to clear. The spot was pink for a few days and that lead me to believe that something was working. The prescriptions ran out and the clear spot on my tongue was covered with the white coating again. I maintained the protocol recommended on the forum and have been taking all of the recommended anti-fungals and probiotics but have not had any more signs of progress over the last three months.

    The only sign of progress I had was when the coating on my tongue started to clear while I was taking pharmaceuticals. Is this a sign that I might need pharmaceuticals for my case of candida?

    bjh22,

    I think anything that anything that kills yeast and doesn’t harm beneficial bacteria is ideal.
    I can’t get behind the idea of not using pharmaceuticals simply because they are pharmaceuticals.
    You should stick with what’s effective for you.

    -D

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