Nystatin long-term implications

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    Nystatin has been my savier in this battle.

    I have been eating bulbs of raw garlic everyday, gorging on all existing natural antifungals, nothing would cut it.
    Since the introduction of Nystatin, I got my life back.

    I am taking 3M IU/day and planning to remain on it for 3-4 months before transitioning to S.Boulardii as a long-term agent to keep Candida at bay.

    However:

    I have read studies saying that Nystatin is a cholesterol-sequestrating compound.
    Does that mean cholesterol becomes unavailable to manufacture steroid hormones?
    Does Nystatin induce an unhealthy low level of cholesterol?

    What are the other long-term complications with Nystatin?

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