- May 11, 2012 at 9:30 am #81540
nikkiMemberTopics: 44Replies: 136
I am planning to take Fluconzole, along with SF722 and Coconut Oil, as the most die off I experienced was when I took Diflucan for 10 consecutive days.
I think thats working for me.
Can any one suggest me about the dosage, for how many days should I be taking it? when to stop, and should I take any precautions, or any tests while taking fluconzole. I will any way take a doctors opinion before starting on with that. But wanted to know what the experts here think.May 11, 2012 at 2:31 pm #81571
nikki wrote: I am planning to take Fluconzole … Can any one suggest me about the dosage, for how many days should I be taking it?
We’re not doctors and therefore should not be suggesting a dosage for a prescription medicine. Your doctor should give you this information since he’s getting paid for that.
AbleMay 11, 2012 at 2:46 pm #81576
MagnuM wrote: I’m taking my last dose of Diflucan tonight, which is 50 mg and taken 2x per day. I’ve been doing the treatment for 1 month, and have noticed absolutely nothing.
Hello, Magnum. It’s been a while.
Are you taking a probiotic yet? If so, which one are you taking?
AbleMay 11, 2012 at 3:24 pm #81580
MagnuM wrote: It was the only one in town I could find that has the DDS strain, but it’s a little low in the probiotic count (2 capsules = 10B).
It appears that it also contains only 4 bacterial strains, Magnum; you can see how this is suffering when compared to 14 strains in other brands. My own infestation made a huge improvement towards a cure once I added the 14 strains instead of less and increased the CFU’s to over a hundred-B. Maybe you can order one of the brands on the probiotic post from the states?
I really think that’s all that’s holding you back unless your diet contains some hidden food source that’s feeding the critters.
AbleMay 11, 2012 at 6:14 pm #81589
Some of the companies will pack the probiotics on ice. I know iHerb will and probably others if you request it. I would want to speak to someone on the phone however, to be certain that this is clearly understood, and maybe mention that you will expect a refund if it’s not on ice because of the distance it must travel.
AbleMay 11, 2012 at 6:21 pm #81590
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6828
I second what able is saying; I ordered 4 months of HMF neuro from rockwellnutrition.com and paid like $5 for ice packs, and it saved me about $10 for each bottle when compared to my naturopath. It also arrived in better condition than my naturopath…so I highly recommend it.
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