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MrsScampi
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I honestly believe this is my problem, I was on abx for 2 years and no one ever told me about probiotics I have dizziness, eyes are blurry see spots, muscles ache and joint aches(fingers,hands,toes, ankles, knees) hard time concentrating etc I went to my local doc they said no such thing went to my natural path and he did give me probiotics and nystatin but if it is systematic dont i need something else or will the nystatin do it please help
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Hello Mrs Scampi,

There are several of us on this board dealing with candida.

I have many of the symptoms you describe. Many similarities between Lyme and Candida symptoms.

If you look back several days of posts, there have been several discussions on this topic.

I think ABX treatments exacerbated my candida.

Attached is another forum with loads of info on the issue:

http://curezone.com/forums/f.asp?f=460

No sugar diet is important.

Get well,

Dave

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Hello Mrs Scampi,

There are several of us on this board dealing with candida.

I have many of the symptoms you describe. Many similarities between Lyme and Candida symptoms.

If you look back several days of posts, there have been several discussions on this topic.

I think ABX treatments exacerbated my candida.

Attached is another forum with loads of info on the issue:

http://curezone.com/forums/f.asp?f=460

No sugar diet is important.

Get well,

Dave

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Hello Mrs Scampi,

There are several of us on this board dealing with candida.

I have many of the symptoms you describe. Many similarities between Lyme and Candida symptoms.

If you look back several days of posts, there have been several discussions on this topic.

I think ABX treatments exacerbated my candida.

Attached is another forum with loads of info on the issue:

http://curezone.com/forums/f.asp?f=460

No sugar diet is important.

Get well,

Dave

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A Diet is the main thing you need!!

But yes, Diflucan would be a good thing... or natural meds from your naturopath. I'm not sure they are strong enough for systemic yeast.

I would also recommend Theralac. It is awesome! www.theralac.com That is a probiotic, not a systemic killer of yeast.

Diet suggestions and how to eliminate yeast:
http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/Forum1/HTML/021412.html

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