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beths
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I was doing pretty well until a month ago. I had been treating babesia, and my LLMD thought it was time to pulse in tindamax. I also started nystatin

Since then, I've had nausea and vomiting and been feeling really bad. Burning arms and legs super tired. I stopped the tindamax a week ago- still vomiting

Just wondering- can yeast die off cause all this stuff? My stomach is super gurgly and I anytime I try to take my meds I throw up-

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I wound up in the hospital 3 times throwing up... I saw a half dozen specialists and had 3 surgeries that I now believe were unnecessary.

We found out in April of 2011 that we had toxic mold behind the walls of our tub. We couldn't see it or smell it.

The Environmental Relative Moldiness Index (ERMI) is a good way to test your home to see if mold is an issue.

The lab I would use is www.emsl.com Here is a direct link to the lab you should be ordering. The link is too long, so I used bit.ly to shorten it: http://bit.ly/MSQ69G

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Toxic mold was suppressing our immune systems, causing extreme pain, brain fog and magnifying symptoms. Four days after moving out, the healing began.

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Nystatin makes me nauseated.
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