nystatin does not agree with me, would other antifungals work better for me?

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    bighopes
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    I Have been on and off nytsatin powder for three months now but I cannot seem to progress with it – I have die off to some degree going on nearly all the time and it makes me soo irritable. I gave it a complete break for two weeks and began to feel like a normal happy person, it was such a relief! but went back on it in very small doses and three or four days in and I become like a total grump – impatient and irritable etc… So I believe I must go off it. Has anyone else experienced anything like this ?

    So now I think I might just go with the coconut oil (which I do already include in my diet when cooking). My question is will the coconut oil be sufficient as an anti-fungal considering I have what I think is a pretty heavy infestation? I do include other antifungal foods as much as poss (while trying to go as gently as poss)but I just had half a small red onion with my salad and my ears started buzzing straight away, I felt dizzy and got the shivers so I have to be careful. Is it that different antifungals work differently for people and that I need to find one that I can tolerate but help me heal and get through this process ?

    I am hoping to get the molybdenum soon but heard that it caused someone problems so am wary of this also.

    as always thanks for any helpful advice
    P.

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    Able900
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    bighopes wrote: I am hoping to get the molybdenum soon but heard that it caused someone problems so am wary of this also.

    No matter what antifungal you take, you’ll continue to have problems with it until you do something (such as taking Molybdenum) about the toxins that are released into your body, because the specific type of antifungal is not your problem, but the die-off symptoms from toxins are.
    Please post the negative information that you read about Molybdenum so that we can have a look.

    Able

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    bighopes
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    Hi Able
    I don’t have any concrete information about what was said – I was told that a colleague (who had candida) of a friend say that it can “wreak havoc on your body” so I’m afraid its only hearsay but I can ask further what was meant and will get back to you.

    In the meantime if it is the toxins that are affecting me ? Why am I so much more sensitive to them, is it because there is so much toxicity being killed off (ie still alot of candida there)

    I have been to a kineasologist who has tested me to be allergic to molds, so what are the major foods that I should avoid, I am careful with eating only the freshest foods etc and have cut out nut butters, what about tahini and pumpkin seed butter and are organic herbal teas okay?
    She also said that I am okay for dairy and gluten so have started to include small amounts of these back in, greek yoghurt/butter and small amounts of cheddar.

    many thanks
    P

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    Able900
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    bighopes wrote: Hi Able
    I don’t have any concrete information about what was said – I was told that a colleague (who had candida) of a friend say that it can “wreak havoc on your body” so I’m afraid its only hearsay but I can ask further what was meant and will get back to you.

    “Hearsay” isn’t worth the time it takes to listen to it if you ask me. I’m assuming you wouldn’t depend on hearsay over scientific research, right?

    In the meantime if it is the toxins that are affecting me ? Why am I so much more sensitive to them, is it because there is so much toxicity being killed off (ie still alot of candida there)

    Understand that it’s not so much the toxins as the amount of toxins that’s causing all the symptoms. There are enough toxins expelled by a Candida overgrowth to damage a person’s liver in some cases.

    I have been to a kineasologist who has tested me to be allergic to molds, so what are the major foods that I should avoid, I am careful with eating only the freshest foods etc and have cut out nut butters, what about Tahini

    If I’m correct, Tahini is only lightly roasted most of the time, so the seeds may still contain mold when the sesame seeds are ground into the paste.

    and pumpkin seed butter and are organic herbal teas okay?

    I would leave all forms of pumpkin seeds alone, especially if you’re allergic to mold. Organic herbal teas, hopefully do not contain mold. But anytime we drink these we have no choice but to trust the companies that make it.

    She also said that I am okay for dairy and gluten so have started to include small amounts of these back in, greek yoghurt/butter

    Ok for dairy and gluten? Does she even know that you have a Candida overgrowth? It sure doesn’t sound like it. If you add butter and gluten products, the Candida is going to feed on both, but it’s up to you.

    small amounts of cheddar.

    Cheddar, seriously? I wouldn’t think that a kineasologist is normally seen as a Candida specialist. Have you questioned her on her experience with a Candida infestation? I’m sure I’d have a page full of questions to ask her before I trusted her with my health in this situation.

    Able

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