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    Sophs
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    Hi, wondering if anyone could help, I not long ago went through large amounts of stress and ended up with nausea and indegestion every time I ate something. I was prescribed omeperozle and symptoms remained the same and didn’t go. Eventually symptoms eased and went away only for me to be plagued with UTI symptoms. Clear urine culture everytime but chronic symptoms of cystitis. Blood tests were fine and vaginal swabs were fine. Could this be candida over growth? As ive never had bladder problems. Only since I started having indegestion with constipation. I notice bananas make me feel much worse too?
    Hope someone can help. Thank you

    #175136

    Wiley200
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    PPIs like omeperozle lower your stomach acid, but that’s often just papering over the cracks. Most people would be better served by improving their digestion -things like probiotics, digestive enzymes, dietary changes etc. PPIs are one of the causes of Candida overgrowth and other types of gut dysbiosis.

    Read this:
    https://www.thecandidadiet.com/how-important-is-stomach-acid/

    #175138

    Sophs
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    Oh that really makes sense.
    I also noticed when I took off my nail varnish on my toes I had toe nail fungus om my big toe ( sorry for tmi ) when I googled it yeast overgrowth popped up.
    I thought how weird.
    Maybe I should try the diet.
    Do anyone know if yeast raiders are okay ? From Holland and Barretts. I will also buy bioglan probitoics 50billion.
    Not sure if them two were help

    #175139

    Wiley200
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    50bn sounds like a good probiotic. Not sure about yeast raiders – do you have an ingredient list?

    #175140

    Wiley200
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    Your skin has a microbiome, just like your gut does. The wrong diet and lifestyle choices can disturb your skin flora too. That’s why intestinal Candida can often co-exist with things like toenail fungus.

    #175141

    Sophs
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    Hey yes here you go …

    High strength Acidophilus plus Herbs, Vitamins & MineralsWith 40mg Lactobacillus Acidophilus per 5 capsulesAlso with Vitamin C, Biotin, Zinc & Selenium

    Holland & Barrett Yeast Raiders Capsules contain high potency acidophilus PLUS herbs, vitamins and minerals. With vitamin C, biotin, zinc, selenium and barberry (Berberis vulgaris), these high strength acidophilus capsules are a naturally inspired rapid release food supplement.

    Or would I be better off buying separate turmeric capsules etc?

    #175142

    Sophs
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    Sorry that wasnt the right part
    Here’s the nutrition …

    Product InformationFive capsules contain: %EC RDA*Vitamin C60mg 100%Biotin900µg 600%Zinc10mg 67%Selenium50µg **Freeze Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus40mg **

    (supplying 2.4 x 109 viable cells)

    Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) (root)100mg **Natural Caprylic Acid100mg **Fibre Blend3,000mg **

    (Psyllium Seed Husks (Plantago ovata), Guar Gum, Apple Pectin)

    Concentrated Odourless Garlic Extract100mg **

    (Allium sativum) (bulb) (equivalent to 15,000mg of fresh Garlic)

    Ginger (Zingiber officinale) (root)10mg **Proprietary Blend18mg **

    (Pau D’Arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa) (aerial), Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) (aerial), Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) (root))

    *RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance

    *

    #175143

    Wiley200
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    Here’s the problem with things like that Yeast Raiders supplement. They often contain lots of really good ingredients, but at really low doses. And they’re often much more expensive than buying the individual components.

    In this case, there’s no point in paying for a small dose of Lactobacillus acidophilus in the Yeast Raiders, when you’re getting 40bn from your probiotic. Also, it doesn’t contain any of the natural antifungals that are usually recommended – grapefruit seed extract, caprylic acid, etc.

    #175144

    Wiley200
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    OK, so you’re only getting 2.4bn L. acidophilus from the Yeast Raiders.

    #175146

    Sophs
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    Ahh okay understandable. What would you recommend I buy along with the probiotics?
    I really haven’t got a clue what doses etc is recommended either

    #175147

    Wiley200
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    Most people buy a couple of single dose antifungals to go with the probiotics. They are inexpensive compared to the combination supplements. Examples are grapefruit seed extract, caprylic acid, garlic, etc. Just make sure that you take them a couple of hours away from your probiotics each time.

    #175148

    Sophs
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    Brilliant thank you. The only problem I have buying separate is that I struggle to take tablets 🙁 So I was hoping for something all in one. How about candaway supplements. They contain this ..

    Typically per tablet

    Cinnamon Bark (provided by 750mg extract)3750mg

    Olive Leaf (provided by 180mg extract)810mg

    Oregano (provided by 100mg extract)400mg

    Fennel Seed (provided by 100mg extract)400mg

    Would they be okay with my probiotics?
    Thanks for helping me!

    #175149

    Wiley200
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    #175150

    Sophs
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    I am in the UK yes.
    Oo are they good ones?
    They only have one review, I will order them if you think they are good.

    #175172

    Halzbaby
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    Consider adding turmeric to your diet to help control inflammation in addition to treating the yeast. If you’re coming back with no UTI and feeling the symptoms, it could also be bladder inflammation. It wont hurt 😉

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