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bcox
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Doing antifungals (nystatin and diflucan) with probiotics and aloe vera juice. Also have some very great suggestions from the group. I feel worse today than when the stomach problems from the yeast 7 days ago were started to be treated. Flu type feeling along with really sore stomach. Even right side under rib and on the back same area hurts. Wondering if I should back off the diflucan and nystatin a bit (worried about liver)

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i believe that you are fine! when yeast dies off it make you feel like A**... litterally! i would stay on the meds cause if not you might never get ride of all your yeast!

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Remember too, that diflucan hits Lyme also.

I've been on the diflucan protocol for some time now (with timely breaks).

Hugs,

Geneal

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I wouldn't worry that much about the liver. Sounds more like gallbladder pain.

If you continue to have pain there, have your liver enzymes checked.

Watching your diet at the same time??

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A pain under your ribs can also be your intestines (constipation?). Just being a little irregular can give you a pain under the ribs for a day or two until things clear out.

Just a thought...

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