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    mrs.candida
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    I finally succeed in convincing my doctor that I needed to be sent to an allergist.

    I just got tested for allergies to:
    Candida
    mixed fungi
    alternaria alternata
    aspergillus app
    penicillium
    pityrosporon ovale
    milk
    casein
    beta lactoglobulin
    egg
    beef
    fish
    shrimp
    wheat
    potato
    celery
    tomato
    wortel(translates to root, not sure what this is)
    peanut
    soy
    hazelnut
    apple
    almond

    I was allergic to nothing. It was the type of test where they put a drop on your skin and then poke it with a needle.

    However, I was tested in 2011, by dropping blood onto a card. This test was done by US Biotek Labs.
    I scored pretty high in the Dairy category with allergies to Casein, Cheese, Milk, whey, and yogurt
    Sugar Cane came in at a 4, 6 being the highest.
    Amaranth, Wheat, Spelt, and Garlic were also high.

    So what do I make of this? Can these two tests even be compared? My immediate thought about my 2011 test was , this is leaky gut, I remember thinking I had just eaten most of the foods I was allergic to. Could it be that I’ve healed my leaky gut since then?

    I have two more tests I need done in order to put my mind at rest about where my Candida comes from. One is an enzyme panal. Has anyone had this? I’m assuming it’s a saliva test. Does anyone know if it can be done online, or through the mail? EU or US

    I also need to get a Heavy Metel Toxicity test. I just spent some time going back through my medical records from the last 5 years. I’ve seen so many Naturopaths, I’d be shocked if one of them didn’t think to test me for heavy metals. Does anyone know what I’m looking for in the tests? Will it actually list the metals, like Mercury, Copper?

    Thanks for your input.

    #102096

    Floggi
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    ‘wortel’ is carrot.

    This allergy test only tests for allergenes that come from the environment and do not enter the body. The test does not cover allergies to the products that are created during the processing of food in the mouth, stomach, and intestines. To test for the latter, you must avoid eating a certain component for a number of days, see whether your symptoms improve, then add that component, and see whether the symptoms worsen.

    #102124

    raster
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    So do you still have leaky gut pretty badly then?

    -raster

    #102134

    mrs.candida
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    Raster,

    How would I know if I still have leaky gut? Would I need another test?
    I had a stool test in 2011 that showed Alpha Anti-Chymotrypsin at 796 (100-180 is mild Distal Colitis. >180 is considered Colonic Inflammation.)

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    dvjorge
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    mrs.candida;40598 wrote: I finally succeed in convincing my doctor that I needed to be sent to an allergist.

    I just got tested for allergies to:
    Candida
    mixed fungi
    alternaria alternata
    aspergillus app
    penicillium
    pityrosporon ovale
    milk
    casein
    beta lactoglobulin
    egg
    beef
    fish
    shrimp
    wheat
    potato
    celery
    tomato
    wortel(translates to root, not sure what this is)
    peanut
    soy
    hazelnut
    apple
    almond

    I was allergic to nothing. It was the type of test where they put a drop on your skin and then poke it with a needle.

    However, I was tested in 2011, by dropping blood onto a card. This test was done by US Biotek Labs.
    I scored pretty high in the Dairy category with allergies to Casein, Cheese, Milk, whey, and yogurt
    Sugar Cane came in at a 4, 6 being the highest.
    Amaranth, Wheat, Spelt, and Garlic were also high.

    So what do I make of this? Can these two tests even be compared? My immediate thought about my 2011 test was , this is leaky gut, I remember thinking I had just eaten most of the foods I was allergic to. Could it be that I’ve healed my leaky gut since then?

    I have two more tests I need done in order to put my mind at rest about where my Candida comes from. One is an enzyme panal. Has anyone had this? I’m assuming it’s a saliva test. Does anyone know if it can be done online, or through the mail? EU or US

    I also need to get a Heavy Metel Toxicity test. I just spent some time going back through my medical records from the last 5 years. I’ve seen so many Naturopaths, I’d be shocked if one of them didn’t think to test me for heavy metals. Does anyone know what I’m looking for in the tests? Will it actually list the metals, like Mercury, Copper?

    Thanks for your input.

    Where is the result of Candida Delayed Hypersensitive test ??

    I don’t see you posted about it. The Allergist didn’t test you ???

    That is the most important of all.

    This is a test where they inject (subcutaneous) candida albicans extract in your skin and cover the zone for 48 hours. Then, you have to come back to the Allergist office to read the result.

    This is the test that shows if your Cell-mediated immunity attacks candida or tolerate it.

    A negative result indicates NO cell-mediated immunity to candida albicans ( candida sufferers are negative )

    A positive result indicates proper cell-mediated immunity to candida albicans.

    Without this test, you don’t know the most important.

    Jorge.

    #102167

    mrs.candida
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    Thanks for your response Jorge.

    Now I’m confused because I had one arm filled with the foods and the list and the other arm had the yeasts and molds. It does make sense that if my body didn’t attack the foods then it should have attacked the yeasts.

    Wow, now I’m going to have to go back in and talk to my doctor about the results.

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