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Ahodge01
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So went off meds two weeks ago and didn't know I wasn't allowed to drink right away... Think I developed yeast issues got symptoms under control with high dose probiotics so don't have any pain or stomach upset anymore but today I am just soooo tired.

Anything I can do in the meantime till my prescription for Difulcan gets in? I ran a 5k yesterday then didn't follow it up with a very yeast friendly meal so im thinking that caused my fatigue also on my feet all day.

Anybody else struggling with yeast issues? I hope thats what this is and not lyme but most symptoms went away with just probiotics.

Ran a 99-100 degree fever last weekend never got above 100 is that possible from yeast

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Yup, battling yeast issues a well.

I see you are a runner...Me too. Anyway I find it very hard to stay on the anti-yeast diet on days when I am running. I take in the carbs my body needs after putting in some miles but I pay in a yeast way for it.

I have been off abx. for about 2 months and often times wonder if what I am feeling is yeast or lyme coming back. I lean towards yeast cuz it gets worse with change in diet and better when I cut back on carbs and increase my yeast killers.

I don't get a fever from yeast but do get feeling flushy...Try some olive leaf extract and oil of oregano for yeast - both very strong anti-fungals.

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Hope you feel better soon. Not sure the fever would be from yeast.. but get some rest and keep treating it.. see how you do.

someone in General needs help with the diet for running .. check it out!

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Ahodge01
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I never had a fever all throughout treating Lyme except when I had the flu and that last sat made me feel exactly like I had the stomach flu... I never felt like that with Lyme... Soooo I'm really hoping it's not Lyme again.

I don't take in really any carbs to help my body perform running I should prob do that haha

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Eat vegetables???

maybe it's a bug

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Ahodge01
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I was thinking A bug too... And now my anxiety has just got the best of me...

I posted on that yeast diet for runners I really hope we get some replies!

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