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  • in reply to: Is this die-off or BV? #62170

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    That really sounds like BV. BV is pretty common. I found this awesome product at whole foods, they sell it at any natural food store. Its called GYnatren. you can find it in the refrigerated section. Its a pink box and costs like $27. It comes in a 14 day supply, It has an oral probiotic and a vaginal pill. Its used to treat yeast infections and BV. This stuff is the only thing that has helped my recurrent yeast infections. I would definitely give it a try.

    in reply to: The pill #62169

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    That is hard to answer because the pill is one of many reasons people develop candida. I would still give the diet a shot and also use probiotics daily.

    in reply to: Pregnancy #62168

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    I would definitely discuss this with your doctor. The first trimester of pregnancy is very important for fetal development. Eating a well balanced diet is very important during this time.

    in reply to: Someone PLEASE RESPOND! #62057

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    Hi Discover!

    I too have been battling candida for a few years now. I have gone to multiple doctors and all they do is prescribe diflucan or nystatin but it still comes back! I finally went to Naturopathic doctor in my area and he really helped. He recommended the candida diet, drinking apple cidar vinegar, taking daily probiotics (Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics formula has been the best i have found), garlic and apple cidar vinegar enemas, and acupuncture. I feel so much better since i have started this anti-candida program. I am a nurse and i do practice western medicine but i have had the best results from seeing an alternative medicine doctor for this condition.

    in reply to: Someone PLEASE RESPOND! #62056

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    Hi Discover!

    I too have been battling candida for a few years now. I have gone to multiple doctors and all they do is prescribe diflucan or nystatin but it still comes back! I finally went to Naturopathic doctor in my area and he really helped. He recommended the candida diet, drinking apple cidar vinegar, taking daily probiotics (Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics formula has been the best i have found), garlic and apple cidar vinegar enemas, and acupuncture. I feel so much better since i have started this anti-candida program. I am a nurse and i do practice western medicine but i have had the best results from seeing an alternative medicine doctor for this condition.

    in reply to: Will partner need a treatment? #62055

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    Yes, Candida can be passed to your partner. This occurs most often through intercourse.

    in reply to: Candida diet and Type I Diabetes #62054

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    I have been on this diet off and on for a few months now. I myself am a nurse and i find this diet a bit dangerous for diabetics. Cutting out sugars and counting carbs is very important when you have diabetes but you need to adjust this diet to maintain your blood sugar within your normal range. We all know that a sudden increase or decrease in sugar levels is very traumatic to our bodies. I would check my blood sugar multiple times throughout the day and keep a form of glucose on you in case your levels are too low. You might want to see a dietician that can help you tailor this diet. Good luck!

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