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desertwind
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I started up on Diflucan this morning and am experiencing burning in my gums and neuro. in my face and head/brain.

I have not been on Dif. for quite a while and do not recall what I went through last time.

Could Dif. work that quickly and could it cause your gums to burn? Also, my face and head feels kinda burning pressure. Yeast herx?

I know yeast herxing can be pretty intense and am curious what others experience when on Diflucan. Thanks! DW

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Yes that has been my experience also, that it works quickly. Also Diflucan kills other stuff.
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Thanks. After day 3 I needed to take a break and do more detoxing. The herd is pretty intense.

I am aware of its potential to treat neuro /chronic Lyme. A doctor in Germany (?) did a very small research on it.

Is there anything else Diflucan treats?

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Judie
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I couldn't tolerate diflucan. I use nystatin instead and herbals for systematic yeast.
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whoa....herx

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judie what herbals for systemic yeast?!
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Most certainly a whoa...herx:(. I am one sick pup and in serious pain with horrific head pain, neck pain and head pressure. Feels like a TBI herx but been back on multiple abx.s over the past 3 months and did not feel worse or better - hence doing another round of Dif.

I am also getting fibro like pain. I am taking Molybedium (sp) but wondering how else to detox out the toxins.

Here is a list of herbs I take for yeast. Not sure if they get systemic or not but..

Caprylic Acid
Oil of Oregano
Olive Leaf Exract
Grapefruit Seed Extract
Black Walnut
ART ( LLMD said it also treats yeasts/parasites in addition to babs?)
Garlic
Byron White A-FNG

I herx on them but nothing like Diflucan. Yuck...

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"judie what herbals for systemic yeast?!"

Olive leaf and oregano oil are suppose to work.

Oregano oil did nothing for me even at high doses.

I haven't tried olive leaf.

I'm taking Thorne SF722 right now. It seems to work okay.

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