- May 8, 2012 at 2:42 pm #81282
anyone experienced these symptoms during die offMay 9, 2012 at 5:53 am #81342
DoggiemamaMemberTopics: 43Replies: 204
yes…both..especially the light sensitivityMay 9, 2012 at 5:56 am #81343
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I had ocular migraines (no pain, just scary, google it), often have double vision. I think I have had floaters as well if it’s the same, like there is something on my eye which you see when looking but not on the mirror? When you blink it kind of goes away briefly and then comes back. Annoying if you are trying to do something on a computer! I always had sensitivity to light and my eyes are tearing if I don’t wear sunglasses even in a weaker sunlight, don’t really connect this to die-off.
ArijanaMay 9, 2012 at 1:23 pm #81371
only reason i ask is every time i feel like i am getting somewhere i.e start feeling better, then get all symptoms flaring up… like all old symptoms but 10x worse, yes also seem like i get migrane type headaches seem to be pressure on top of head, and floaters and light sensitivity as well deep muscle pain and cold feet/hands at times
i have ordered molybdemum but not sure if this is die off or not, so would it help ??May 9, 2012 at 5:35 pm #81395
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4814
paul1471 wrote: only reason i ask is every time i feel like i am getting somewhere i.e start feeling better, then get all symptoms flaring up… like all old symptoms but 10x worse, yes also seem like i get migrane type headaches seem to be pressure on top of head, and floaters and light sensitivity as well deep muscle pain and cold feet/hands at times
i have ordered molybdemum but not sure if this is die off or not, so would it help ??
Molybdenum will help your die-off symptoms, however … Inflammation from certain Candida infestations will show up as ocular complications, which would explain why eye floaters are sometimes a symptom. So what this says is that it’s not a symptom of die-off but rather of the Candida infestation itself. Of course, this isn’t always the cause by any means, as they age, most people will begin to see the floaters as well.
What’s your diet like and what supplements are you taking?
AbleMay 10, 2012 at 2:57 am #81421
hi able, since january and before i noticed this forum i have tried to improve my diet as to the junk i used to eat and have seen some good improvements… i dont eat white bread or cheese and cut out lots of sugar foods cakes pastries ect…
if i was to take a standard day, i would get up have some cereal like weetabix no sugar added for a main dinner fish or chicken with lots of veg.. carrots peas brocoli sweet potatoes ect
then for supper most nights i now have salad use beetroot, red cabbage, onion, lettuce, spinich, tunna/salon or ham.. cress eggs
if i don’t have salad may be something like boiled eggs with beans or spagetti
ok my diet probably not great and could change some foods, but my body so sensitive to what i eat and to food changes/ supplements ect… i take revenol as a basic supplement which before i did i was not even functioning i was so ill i just shuting myself away and really down… i added candigest to help with the die off if die off? as i heard it was good for this and has really helped with my digestion.. i have also now been able to do small amounts of cardio exercise everyday.. but still can’t get myself 100%
may be i am still doing things wrong, remember when i joined i did say i was originaly diagnosed with fibromyalgia which say can’t be cured, only when i went to see a nutritionist did they say i have candida ?
i did try to add fresh garlic to my diet, but the stuff bloody stinks so may be need to try diffrent antifungal but you said some of the ingredience in revenol, i.e tumeric, grape seed, pine bark, certain vits.. were antifungal
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