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Lymetoo
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Digestive Symptoms

Abdominal Pain
Acid Reflux
Bloating
Colitis
Constipation
Crohn's Disease
Diarrhea
Food Allergies
Food Cravings
Gas
Gastritis
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Leaky Gut Syndrome
Nausea
Persistent Heartburn
Rectal Itching
Sugar Cravings
Ulcers

Mental Symptoms

ADD
ADHD
Anxiety
Apathy
Autism
Confusion
Depression
Dizziness
Dramatic Mood Swings
Foggy Thinking
Frequent Headaches
Irritability
Memory Loss
Migraine
Mood Swings
Panic
Poor Concentration
Poor Coordination
Spaced-Out Feeling

Mouth Symptoms

Bad Breath
Burning Tongue
Canker Sores
Dry Throat
Mouth Blisters
Sore Throat
White Coating on your Tongue


Respiratory Symptoms

Asthma
Bronchitis
Chronic Congestion
Chronic Cough
Clogged Sinusesicon
Congestion
Excess Mucous
Nasal Itchingicon
Pneumonia
Rhinitisicon
Sinus Infectionsicon
Sneezing
Wheezing

Skin Symptoms

Acne
Athlete's Foot
Diaper Rash
Eczema
General Itchiness
Itchy, Purple or Red Patches on the Skin
Psoriasis
Skin & Scalp Problems
Sores

Urinary Symptoms

Bed Wetting
Bladder Infections
Burning Urination
Cystitis
Kidney Infections
Male Dribbling
Male Lack Of Urinary Pressure
Urethritis
Urinary Frequency
Urinary Urgency


Reproductive Symptoms

Chronic Prostate Difficulties
Endometriosis
Genital Rashes
Impotence
Infertility
Irregular Menstruation
PMS
Premature Ejaculation
Prostatitis
Sexual Dysfunction
Vaginal Yeast Infection
Vaginitis

Eye Symptoms

Blurred Vision
Eye Floaters

Other Candida Albicans Symptoms

Bumping into Things
Charley Horses
Chronic Allergies
Chronic Fatigue
Diabetes
Fibromyalgia
Fluid Retention
Heart Palpitations
Hormonal Imbalance
Hypoglycemia
Hypothyroidism
Immune Dysfunction
Irregular Heartbeat
Lupus
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscle Pain (Lower Back & Neck)
Nail Fungus - Nails that are discolored, thickened and flaky
Racing Heart Spells
Sensation of Heat at Night
Weakness
Weight Gain
You feel 20 or 30 years older than you really are
You've been to many doctors who sent you home saying "it's all in your head"

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fflutterby
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Great !! I must have yeast. My migraines have been severe ...I bump into things all the time, and just about all of the others, except weight gain....lol. I started my Diflucan tonight. 200 for 10 days.

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I have just come back from a long trip to see my LLMD, and then I went down to visit a church to get prayed for.

While I was away, it was tough to stay on a good diet.

I basically just ate junk food from drug stores because I was too exhausted and sick to go shopping.

I am sure I have a yeast infection.

I have taken lots of probiotics, even while I was away.

I bought some cheap probiotics to travel with, the kind that don't need to be in the fridge.

I would take about 30 of those per day.

Can I really not eat anything with carbs? at all?

That is so depressing.

The more I ate sugar, and stuff like chocolate bars, the more I wanted chocolate bars!

I went two years of eating very good! then bam!!!

i went into a chocolate bar frenzy!!!

please help!

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Razzle
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This list could be symptoms of Lyme / Coinfections, Parasites, and a bajillion other things also, so don't think everything is Candida because it isn't always...

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RZR
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Thanks, Lymetoo...described me exactly!

Diflucan confirmed it...die-off is brutal.

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Lymetoo
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RZR .. the closer you follow the diet, the less brutal is the die-off.

here is more info ... I CANNOT vouch for the products mentioned here, however:

http://www.candidafree.net

One step at a time, missing!! Get rid of all temptations at your house, and then stock up on safe snacks and foods.

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Jamers
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Sounds like every single lyme symptom!! The most confusing illness in the world. I hate being confused [Eek!]

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Diagnosed Pos. Lyme Nov. 17, 2010, Igx.
Pos. Babesia Duncani March 2011, Igx.
Clinical diagnosis for Bartonella

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yep, yep, yep....all those and more...

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It was just because we were travelling, and it made me even weaker.

i don't ever buy junk food, but haven't convinced my daughter and husband to stop eating bread.

My husband also really likes diet pop.

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Lymetoo
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2419418/Low-levels-healthy-gut-bacteria-cause-mental-health-issues-anxiety-schizophrenia-say-scientists.html

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http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/07/25/probiotics-new-prozac.aspx

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