- March 22, 2015 at 1:15 am #170952
bhargaviParticipantTopics: 1Replies: 0
I have been diagnosed with “Bacterial Vaginosis” 15 months ago. As a result of antibiotics I got candida. Well, my doctor lightly responded that it’s a common thrush and will go away, just take the pill “Flucanozole”, which is commonly prescribed in New Zealand. I took the pill, thrush vanished for a while and it came back.
Came back with every single symptom. Most worst were – stinging and itching in vagina; brain fog and lots of mood swings.
I did not take a single pill(Flucanozole) since 10 months. Changed my diet and lifestyle. Recently started following “Ultimate Candidate diet”.
Coming for Indian origin and raised on various herbs and spices, I AM NOT ABLE TO COPE UP WITH SPICES. Every time I consume spices even in small amounts it stings in my vagina. Last night I had Cayenne pepper and today was worse.
Can someone please help me. I know its a kind of typical yeast infection, but raised on these herbs and not being able to eat was a total shock.
1. How to minimise stinging in vagina.
2. What spices to avoid. (I know to avoid cayenne now)
3. Any relationship between Gastric problem and Candida diet?
***I had severe gastric problems in my life, I eat very light spices. Even in India I never ate anything strong.
***I will be sincerely grateful for any help.
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