- July 3, 2013 at 11:19 pm #107193
jackrackblackMemberTopics: 9Replies: 12
I don’t get it. One day I am fine and my tongue looks decent and I feel hydrated and then like 2 days later suddenly my tongue just explodes with white and I feel like i have drank 20 beers, without having a single drink. It’s like an instant bombardment on my whole body. It’s absolutely pathetic that doctors make so much money and they can’t accept the fact that something is wrong with me. I understand the “do it yourself” thing but why should I have to? There are docs that make 200k+ a year and all they do it tell you to take more fiber. There are people on free forums saying the same thing. This is so frustrating.
Sometimes I wonder if something in the tap water doesn’t set me off big time. The more water I drink the more dehydrated I feel. The more water I drink the more my mouth starts to dry out and my tongue gets white. *Sigh* it’s easy to lose hope.
I think I might have “awaken” something in my body earlier when I was in the shower. I scrubbed my entire body with a back brush, fairly hard, and I actually started to feel a little faint when I was doing it. I wonder if I busted some encysted “bad guy” or something. I haven’t been hit this hard in like a month or so.July 3, 2013 at 11:51 pm #107196
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4811
To put it simply, a dry mouth is a symptom of thrush and a Candida overgrowth, and just like all the other symptoms, both thrush and dry mouth can come and go randomly, seemingly without cause. This could also have something to do with your diet. What type of diet and treatment are you on?
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