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hopeful123
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hi gang,

what do y'all think. lately i've been tired, tired and forgeting some basic words like flurescent (sp?) and mime. been going on for a couple weeks now. made an appointment for the soonest time with my doctor. not until Sept. meanwhile, i guess i'm going to go sooner and see a p.a. not so much in favor of this.

tired and forgetful were my main stx before and when i did a search on my last relapse, it was sept 06, not that long ago. please tell me it's not so, no, please tell me what you think.

i work at a school and so september and may are the craziest times. lots of stress here.

take acidopholus like it's going out of style???

be very strick about yeast free diet?

general purpose multi-vitamins?

[confused] [confused] [Frown]

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**take acidopholus like it's going out of style???

be very strick about yeast free diet?***

Try that!! It may work. Maybe you've fallen off the diet lately??

Praying it won't be a relapse!

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hopeful123
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tutu

not strick at all about the diet. more concentrated on fat reduction than yeast. also slowed down on the acidopholus.

i also posted over in medical because i got mixed up when posting.

thanks for reminding me about the yeast beast. thanks for the prayer of hope it isn't.

can you have a relapse and get over it without atx.? in your experience?

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