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Jordana
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I've been off antibiotics and on fluconazole for ten days now. I am soooo tired, like chronic fatigue tired, and I still have pretty much all symptoms but one --

My double/blurry vision went away. I can't explain this. I thought it was either Lyme or Bart harassing my vision but suddenly I CAN SEE. I'm also still completely miserable with muscle twitches, neuropathy, vertigo, fatigue and left sided weakness, and now this weird tooth pain, but my eyes are suddenly fine.

This is just odd. Can candida give a person double vision?

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Sorry to hear you re in the same pathetic hole.

I don't take fluconazole but instead take nystatin. It's also an anti fungal.

Haven't noticed any improvement.

Glad to hear your vision is better. Someone threw you a small bone.

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Jordana
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Tiny, tiny bone.
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Candida can do MANY things... yes to blurred vision.

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That's interesting! That is that it made your blurry, double-vision better. I have to try it. I've had that symptom for a long time, although I have plenty of other things to explain it.

Sorry you're feeling bad otherwise; I'm in the same boat there.

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Yeah, it's been two days, at all times of day, different levels of sugar, different amounts of sleep,etc.

I still need glasses but there's a spot on the wall I've been checking for two years to see if it changed back from two spots on the wall.

I never thought I would get that back; I thought I was going to need prisms in my glasses and corrective this or that. At a far enough distance I can even read what's on the computer screen.

The wonky vision was my first symptom. There was absolutely no change at all until yesterday.

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