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Is candida the cause of all my health issues?

I feel like I've had candida overgrowth and yeast infections for many years in one form or another. Every now and then I'd develop strange rashes, and have very dry skin accompanied by eczema on my arms and legs. When I was a child I had a fungal infection on my right thumb which stayed for years. I'm curious if that was the start of it all, it's also the reason I became a lefty.

I've developed IBS and had it fairly control, but it's getting harder to balance it these days. I am always zoned out. I heard it might be called brain fog, but I feel ilke it's far more severe than "brain fog". I've done a lot of spiritual work, but still feel foggy, tired all the tiem, lack energy, motivation, etc.

I've eliminated all sugar from my diet except for my morning donus, and coffee! I noticed for the past two weeks my thrush has been getting worse, my bladder has also been causing more problems. I want to know are these potential symptoms of candida? Could it be the cause of my issues?
asked Jan 17, 2014 in Diagnosis by malliew

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The fact that you have thrush can be a big sign that candida is causing many of your health issues and problems. Thrush and candida are both forms of yeast infection. You have had a fungal infection since you were a child and the fact that you still have one is somewhat foretelling that you have a bad candida infestation deep inside.

I would suggest that you go on a good candida diet and cleanse, you take candida killing supplements as well as good probiotics like probacto. The sooner you get this under wraps the healthier and better you'll be. Your body and mind will thank you for it completely.

Also, please lay off the donuts and coffee, they are both not good for you in your current state.
answered Jan 17, 2014 by Steven Candida Expert (3,000 points)