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JunkYardWily
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three days ago i started getting migrating head pressure, mild head aches, and disorientation with slight dizziness.

prior to this i was 90%, 6 out of 7 days a week and the "bad" days were not that bad. i was in this good run since the start of march, four months.

as ive been feeling so much better i have been cheating on my diet a bit. i stil stay away from sugar but might have a beer once in a while or some small ice cream once and a while.

is this from yeast issues? i also have had some gas and some mild nausea.

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It could be. Are you still on Nystatin or other preventative??

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im on nystatin but have missed quite a few days taking it.

how long before i might be able to expect it to get better?

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Maybe you should ask for a week's worth of Diflucan, and get back on the Nystatin. Nystatin is not that great at killing out a yeast overgrowth...better at preventing.

Get back on the diet for at least a month really strict. Then cheat CAREFULLY only.

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thanks

are head issues typical of that? or do you think i should be concered with something else?

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Back in the fall I was almost done and the I started to get this weird preasure on my ears...a few visits to ENTs and they found nothing. It got a lot better after treating with Bactrim. I get the full ness still but it is 95% better.
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k, ill try that if the yeast treatment doesnt work.

took diflucin today and already doing better

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