- March 23, 2013 at 4:05 pm #101443
Just curious, what’s the most accurate test to know if you have yeast problems? Stool, urine, blood tests, etc?March 23, 2013 at 6:09 pm #101451
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moochpb;39946 wrote: Just curious, what’s the most accurate test to know if you have yeast problems? Stool, urine, blood tests, etc?
I believe it to be a stool test, Mooch.
Are you still in doubt as to whether or not you have a Candida infestation?
AbleMarch 23, 2013 at 7:40 pm #101460
Mostly just anxious about my stool test in one month it comes back. My stool test in October said no candida but I had an overgrowth of sacraymces yeast, so I’m confused about that. Plus my test back then was compromised because I was on xifiran for sibo cause the gi dr just guessed. So I’m just hoping this one comes back telling me more. I hate getting told its in my head and there are other explanations by drs that can’t find anythingMarch 23, 2013 at 7:52 pm #101461March 23, 2013 at 8:05 pm #101463
I’m just confused when the test said I have a plus 3 overgrowth of saccramyces yeast and not candida? So I still wonder about that, I have 80% of yeast symptoms, the die off I had was horrible. Just taking nystatin I just hope I’m not taking it for no reason. Hours after an antibiotic it turns yeast into a fungal form, plus my diet for years consisted of crap. When I was dieting for a fight I ate 2 to 4 candy bars a day, weight gainers, icecream, pasta, red meat, tons of bread and don’t gain a pound. My latest dr said it could be the yeast eating all my nutrients? Could of had this for years. But the overgrowth of Yeast and not being candida? That’s confusing me. This test will be correct
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