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randibear
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if you feel so much better on diflucan, can you have systemic yeast and not lyme?

my "doctor" and I use the term loosely, says he's never seen either so I can't get diflucan there. crappola...

somy question is....will one of those "doc in a box" type corner places prescribe it?

I really can't go back to er in a week.

what about a dentist? will they prescribe it?

my tongue is furry white crusty like with white patches on the sides of my throat. troubles wallowing too.

I know what it is but, damn, how do youget a doctor to listen??? any doctor???

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Once yeast gets out of control its hard to get rid of it-
I have had yeast problems when I dont eat good-
or have relapse of lyme and stuff -
dose not take much to get yeast going again

Diflucan works good for me -
it is powerful

Have to take some kind of digestive system flora replacement -

I started taking probiotics made for gut health-
seems to work -

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quote:
Originally posted by randibear:
if you feel so much better on diflucan, can you have systemic yeast and not lyme?


I think yeast goes hand in hand with lyme due to the heavy metals. It can also be from previous abx use. I've never had a regular doc prescribe it though. I think only the lyme docs do that. Oregano might help. Also changing your diet.

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