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I have had the worst luck with family doctors. I had a lab come back with low white blood cells, low red blood cells and my glucose higher than the norm for me. The doctor I had at the time said everything was "just perfect." Another doctor said it was natural flora and it was impossible for that to happen--it was a myth. (!!) Now I am being overrun by candida. I have conjunctivitis and I think the yeast is in my sinuses. It is coating my tongue, I have a vaginal yeast infection and my anus itches. I bought capricin and garlic but I have no idea how much to take or if it is going to work. Please help, getting too sick.

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Coconut oil is good for killing yeast. Start out slow.

Take good quality probiotics. I take Theralac, Ultra Flora, and VSL#3, all available on the internet.

If you can get a prescription for Nystatin that would help.

Eat NO sugar, yeast, or alcohol. Restrict simple carbs, including fruit.

You will probably feel worse before you feel better. The die-off causes discomfort. If it gets too uncomfortable, eat a piece of fruit to slow down the rate it's dying off.

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Coconut oil is good for killing yeast. Start out slow.

That's true to an extent, though I would think it better for maintenance than for treatment. The reason it helps is because it contains caprylic acid.

To address a yeast problem, I used caprylic acid capsules, which worked very well. I'm guessing the capricin is a similar product to what I had used (not sure of the brand name ATM). Anyway, there should be some suggestion on the bottle for an amount to take. I recall the bottle I had said to start slow, and increase the dosage over a certain period of time.

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That's true to an extent, though I would think it better for maintenance than for treatment. The reason it helps is because it contains caprylic acid.

True, and I do use it for maintenance. I think it's a good staple for all of us to have in our diet to keep the yeast away, not to mention its other health benefits!

Some people with a big candida problem react very strongly to even a little bit of coconut oil, but I would agree, that after a time on the anti-candida diet, taking probiotics, eating coconut oil with no problem, garlic with no problem, then it might be a good idea to get something stronger.

There are yeast cleanses out there ... but I wouldn't start off right away with them, you're too sick right now to handle it.

I also think it's important to find out WHY you have this candida overgrowth. If you don't eliminate the cause of it, then you won't be able to eliminate the candida. Normal, healthy people don't get candida overgrowth ... there has to be a reason for it. If you're a newly diagnosed celiac, that could be the reason.

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I have had the worst luck with family doctors. I had a lab come back with low white blood cells, low red blood cells and my glucose higher than the norm for me. The doctor I had at the time said everything was "just perfect." Another doctor said it was natural flora and it was impossible for that to happen--it was a myth. (!!) Now I am being overrun by candida. I have conjunctivitis and I think the yeast is in my sinuses. It is coating my tongue, I have a vaginal yeast infection and my anus itches. I bought capricin and garlic but I have no idea how much to take or if it is going to work. Please help, getting too sick.

HI, I'M SO SORRY TO HEAR YOUR HAVING ALL THIS TROUBLE, I WOULD NOT WISH IT ON ANYONE. I AM NEW TO THIS SITE. I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH CELIAC ABOUT ONE YEAR AGO AND I COULDN'T BE HAPPIER. I JUST HAPPENED TO READ YOUR POST FIRST AND YOU MIGHT WANT TO TRY SOMETHING THAT HAS WORKED VERY WELL FOR MY FAMILY AND I, IT'S CALLED* OREGANOL*. MY SIX YEAR OLD HAS HAD YEAST PROBLEMS IN THE PAST AND IS ALLERGIC TO IT AS WELL, HE IS STILL ALLERGIC TO YEAST, SO HE DOESN'T EAT IT BUT NOW HIS BODY IS CLEAR OF IT, NO MORE ITCHY BOTTOM OR YUCKY MOUTH. I THINK WITH ALL THINGS IT GETS WORSE BEFORE IT GETS BETTER AND THAT IS THE CASE WITH YEAST, DYE OFF IS OR CAN BE HARD. (IN OUR CASE JUST MORE ITCHY) WE ALL TAKE THIS PRODUCT EVERY DAY I WILL NEVER STOP EVEN MY THREE YEAR OLD TAKES IT. READ ABOUT IT AT WWW.P-73.COM IT WOULDN'T HURT TO TRY IT, IT KILLS CANDIDA. WE TAKE THE OIL. REMEMBER TO LIMIT YOUR SUGAR BECAUSE SUAGAR FEEDS YEAST. I HOPE YOU GET BETTER SOON.

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I got a book called "The Body Ecology Diet". it is pretty good; but severe. No fruit at all, etc. I ended up feeling pretty bad after a while, and losing weight. The die-off was pretty severe.

One of the things she mentions is to properly combine foods. For example, don't eat protein and starch. Too much of the sugars end up in your system undigested by you, and happily fed on by the yeast. So I only eat protein with leafy greens and nonstarchy veggies. I like salmon and salad, or steak and salad.

I'd also avoid all sweet fruits. Apples are probably lower on the glycemic index than some. Bananas are high. Cherries are alright, but they're not in season. Berries are okay I think.

Anyway, I've not had it so severely as you, and have never taken medications for it, herbal or otherwise, so can't comment there. I did swish out with tea tree oil diluted when I got mild thrush from some antibiotics last year. It took a month to get better, but it did eventually work.

Good luck to you.

-Sherri

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I have had the worst luck with family doctors. I had a lab come back with low white blood cells, low red blood cells and my glucose higher than the norm for me. The doctor I had at the time said everything was "just perfect." Another doctor said it was natural flora and it was impossible for that to happen--it was a myth. (!!) Now I am being overrun by candida. I have conjunctivitis and I think the yeast is in my sinuses. It is coating my tongue, I have a vaginal yeast infection and my anus itches. I bought capricin and garlic but I have no idea how much to take or if it is going to work. Please help, getting too sick.

Hello I had to quickly reply as you sound like your having excatly the same problems.

I have systematic candida I dont think Ihave it as bad as before but I thinks its reposnsible for the rest of my bloat and other symptoms an I cant eat anything with sugar, yeast moulds etc..

This started for me 14 months ago after loads of antibiotics an operation and then more anti's..never the same when I came out - got tested for loads and they just said IBS and I have had IBS I knew it wasnt as I had a seizure, look pregant and I am only a size 6 loads of symptoms..

I went to a homeopath who said I had chronic candida. 7 months on the diet and she said I could have ryvita and every time I ate it I had symptoms. She said I am fine and just have a sentstive tum so I didnt have them that oftern once every two weeks and now it makes sense why I was like a yo yo..the ryvita were gluten and I had celiac..so I was recovering and then glutening myself!!!! and then doing it again when I started feeling better..its so draining trying to cure your self isnt it !!

I only had them now and again as I thought maybe I needed more fibre..

So at the end of 7 months fighting candida she said right it should be gone, I ate normal slowly aswell..I got ill massive hunger pangs back, distention bla bla bla..she said you have an underlying problem thats why its not going - you need more tests.

So I am hoping this time celiac diet and candida diet and antifungals with probotics must work then because your tums healing thats why it didnt before. Totally agree with the last post must be because we are celiac's..

Ive just had bisopy last tuesday and I asked the GI consultant about canida - she said yes if you are celiac you can have bugs in your belly - I aslo asked what am I supposed to do about the itching constant thrush she said you diflucan one tab you can buy it from the shop I said I have about 5 times it doesnt work - she said oh okay if your celiac thats coz your not absorbing the tablets!!!! (why didnt they think about it like that 14 months ago NHS is so poor..I am having trouble working for them going through all this lol..

Ive been trying to cut all carbs but I get fatigued and my job is very physical and Ive just had 5 weeks off ready for my gluten challenge so need my job to pay for all these blimming supplements..lol...

We will get there if you ever want to contact me as I am doing the same thing my email is:

moseleymand@hotmail.co.uk

Take care

Mand :P

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Another good product that lots of people have had success with is Threelac (not the same as Theralac). You can read about it on line. Also you need to stop sugar (even fruit for a while).

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