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Kerryblue
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Hi, Have not been on for while, busy doing daily work on surveys. BTW/ more & more ask if have FM or Lyme? Least shows they know your there & needs to be known.

Mainly I have had horrific fungal infections & bacterial where I lanced & drain. Kept me up 3 night usually only do 1 nighter was up all last night with Lymie stuff. This was diff. pain lost nail looks terrible. I know if keep getting as have the pus can go into osteomyelitis. Not good can lose finger even. It is middle finder left hand How heck will I give it to people who cut me off in traffic. Just kidding.....
All nails mess all colors from white & to black & now this mess.
Also been in cipro for UTI, that can`t get rid of also.
Then 3 yrs. oral yeast, peel it off gums in AM.
I have so much going on not to mention lower yeast from meds. [confused]
Where do I begin is it all relatd to Lyme?? Who knows anymore, or just another horrible side effects.???
[dizzy] Any 1 want to add. I have researched this with Lyme on net. [group hug] Huggggssss to all in need!!!!

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Ask your dr for Oravig for oral yeast.

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sparkle7
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Here's some good info about UTIs. I was just looking in to it yesterday -

http://www.waterfall-d-mannose.com/

http://www.thorne.com/altmedrev/.fulltext/13/3/227.pdf

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Just sending my support to you. Sounds crummy what you are going through! Be strong.

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Kerryblue
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Thank You for support means alot. Seems things keep getting worse without a break or help. Today soooo sick & have someone coming to dinner & NO en-gerny. Yeash, not to mention the pain.
This fungal & yeast thingy after years not easy to rid & do not want to lose a finger. Plus history of family having loss of kidney. {No they did not find it.}ha
Huggssss, to all in need........Having puter problems if errors

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Sending healing thoughts.

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Lymetoo
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quote:
Originally posted by sparkle7:
Here's some good info about UTIs. I was just looking in to it yesterday -

http://www.waterfall-d-mannose.com/

http://www.thorne.com/altmedrev/.fulltext/13/3/227.pdf

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I can vouch for D-Mannose. I've been taking it about 2 yrs. Have only had one infection in the past year. Used to have them all the time since I have IC.

I buy mine at Swanson's vitamins online. Cheap!

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sparkle7
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I was really suprised that you can get rid of the burning by adding baking soda to water. It makes your urine alkaline... I thought cranberry juice was the only answer.

I haven't had a UTI in years but I just got one. The baking soda really helped but I don't know if it's good for everyone.

Just got the d-mannose yesterday - so, we'll see. There are lots of alternatives to abx...

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Kerryblue
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Hi, Thanks for tips.
Anyone with severe fungal infections, I mean sever as swelling,pus,lot pain, loss of nails.
Also as far as mouth heard using clorox helps, yeast, anyone used it. Head Dr. on Lyme said to use. Have had least 3 yrs.
The cipro for UTI is not working so maybe try others you said. It is also a Kidney infection.
I am loaded with side effects not to mention how ill been with Lyme. Everyday seems to get worse. Yeash.
Hugggggssss,TO ALL in NEED........Kerry

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I going to try a product called CandiGONE. It seems pretty good just from reading the box but I haven't taken it yet.

http://www.renewlife.com/candigone.html

I think UTI & candida can be related. You may need to clean up your diet. I'm trying to cut back sugar but it's not easy. Systemic candida is very difficult to get rid of.

Be careful with a kidney infection. I read they are not something to fool around with. Have you tried any anti-fungal creams?

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there is a liquid fungal treatment called fungaease thTs supposed to be pretty good

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Oil pulling helps clean my mouth up when I go off the wagon and eat too many sweets.

You can google. I know it sounds weird, but it does work and also improves dental health, and removes toxins.

Olive leaf extract helps my yeast as well.

I waited too long to treat a kidney infection a couple of years ago and ended up in the hospital - was really sick.

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Randibear, I can't find any mention of fungaease on the web: are you sure about the name?
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