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Old 10-24-2008, 07:44 PM   #1021
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Guess what DD who is in my avatar just had to take antibiotics for ear infection and now she has exzema sp? I am so mad that I had to give it to her and I know for a fact now that candida and exzema go hand in hand. I have been bathing her in CO and applying it to the rashes but its not going away.
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Wow, thank you Prozak!!!! Awesome advice and suggestions, I will check them all out.

Don't have much more time to write now, but she is formula fed still drinking bottles (working on that sippy cup thing!!) I'll come back tonight though....
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PLEASE be very cautious with the cod liver oil or any oil when feeding infants. I don't mean in terms of actually eating it. When a child does the little cough up and reflux, oils can be aspirated (just as anything else can be.. it is normal at that age) You do NOT want oil in the lungs.


I think it is probably a great thing to add to their diets, it is just that babies who get oil in their lungs are in extreme danger.
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It hit me the first day.

Cravings: through the roof. things I have not thought about for years like wine and ketchup and white bread.

Aches and pains: especially anywhere I had experienced an ache or pain in the past, like my knee (surgery 30 years ago), back and pelvic bone. It appears candida can take up residence in areas of weakness in the body.

Itching: ears and privates and my head was scabby by day 2.

Hangovers: without having a drop to drink I woke up each morning for about 2 weeks with a terrible hangover.

I am so glad I am through all that, there is light on other side.
Wow

My wrist ached so badly last night, I wasn't sure what was going on. Even after a loooong weekend of playing WoW, my wrist hasn't hurt that badly. It feels a lot better this morning, but my girly bits are itchy. I've taken 1 TBS of ACV today and put some CO on my finger that has a rash on it.

I can't believe how motivated and excited I am though. This is awesome.
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I didn't even think about the joint pain I've been having - it makes perfect sense finally!

And, for the first time since I started treating the yeast, the scale is moving in the right direction again.
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OMG. I'm done. I read all the posts. Woohoo!
Now, I can post. lol.

My name is Melissa, and I'm a Yeast-incubator. From early infancy. Not sure if AB's can be passed through breast-milk, but my Mom had a HUGE abscess in her mouth, I think right after I was born, for which she took AB's. She's told me that I've snored since I was a baby, and I had recurring ear infections - all in my left ear for some reason - several of which resulted in ruptures of the ear drum, treated w/ AB's, of course. I had my first adult rupture of my left ear drum a couple of years ago. My son was 5-6 months old. OMG that hurt. Way more than pushing his nearly-12 pound body out. lol. Other things I recall from my life.. first gallbladder attack at age 9. IBS while in high-school, being prescribed thrice-daily doses of Metamucil. Working for a popular pizza chain and going from having my pants fit great in the morning, to not being able to snap/zip by the end of my shift. Contracting HSV2 and having a HUGE initial crisis that involved yeast infections in EVERY orifice, crack, crevice, etc in addition to the HSV outbreak. Had Gestational Diabetes w/ DD, Type 2 by the time I got pregnant w/ DS. High BP, high CHO, sleep apnea, etc. Gallbladder removed. This last year has been the worst so far. Outbreaks from HSV are almost constant, yeast, bladder/UT infection, tonsillitis, sinusitis. Last year I developed a very bad rash/painful sores in my armpits that nothing cleared up - until I discovered a correlation between my renewed bleu cheese fascination and the flare-ups. lol. I've definitely notice that all those things I don't want to stop ingesting are the things that feed the yeast. The last few times I've attempted clean induction, I've been in serious die-off by day 3, but I didn't know it was die-off until I read this thread.
I am eternally grateful for this thread. I've known about Candida overgrowth for many years, but never considered I could do a cleanse/diet. Considering how bad things are getting w/ the infections, etc lately, I know that I'm going to be better off going through the Yeast Cleanse than keeping on how I am now.
I've ordered EVCO, Udo's Probiotics, grapefruit seed extract, L-Glutamine, and Pau D'Arco tea. I've got ACV already. I've also got lavender & tea tree oils that I'm going to add to Lansinoh Diaper Rash Ointment to make a lotion like Prozak talked about to help w/ the skin rashes I've got.
I'm going to start with the EVCO first, make changes in my eating, etc. The most prevalent recommendation going through this thread is to go slow. I'm so not good at that, but, I'm going to try.
Wow. Sorry for the novel. Long story short - this is me on Yeast, and we'll see how me is in a year or two. If that one month for each year thing is true - I'm going to be cleansing for a LONG time. lol. Never to go back.
I can't wait until the AB's are done and my EVCO arrives.
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PLEASE be very cautious with the cod liver oil or any oil when feeding infants. I don't mean in terms of actually eating it. When a child does the little cough up and reflux, oils can be aspirated (just as anything else can be.. it is normal at that age) You do NOT want oil in the lungs.


I think it is probably a great thing to add to their diets, it is just that babies who get oil in their lungs are in extreme danger.
I understand this, but this is a 1 year old

Until they learn to swallow it could be added to their bottles....

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Melissa welcome, that is so awesome!!!! I am very excited for you and can't wait to hear how this all goes, the good and the bad (well, it is all good.....)

As for the skin rashes, check that site and look foor the breast rash cream, that is the one I got and it was 100% successful. I don't know for sure if it is the same as the diaper cream, but it might not be. Lanisoh might not work.. it could make it worse because it is very oily.

Keep posting and drink lots of water!

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Melissa welcome, that is so awesome!!!! I am very excited for you and can't wait to hear how this all goes, the good and the bad (well, it is all good.....)

As for the skin rashes, check that site and look foor the breast rash cream, that is the one I got and it was 100% successful. I don't know for sure if it is the same as the diaper cream, but it might not be. Lanisoh might not work.. it could make it worse because it is very oily.

Keep posting and drink lots of water!
I checked the ingredients for the breast cream, and I'm going to try to make my own. If it's too watery as is, I'll get Lansinoh lanolin separately, and some really thick diaper rash ointment like Desitin or Bordeaux's Butt Paste and see if that will be less watery. I'm just a make-it-myself kinda person.

I'm not looking forward to the die-off, and the re-living thing people talked about. I've got 33 years of crud to re-live. I have to hope that it will be worth it and better on the other side.
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hey Melissa good to see you here. Sounds like killing those yeasties is going to be brilliant for you.

I am just coming through the other side of a 3-4 weeks of die off. It's been tough. At times awful when I took things too fast. If I was doing it again I'd have gone a bit slower. My advice to most is just do it step by step, ease into it gently, take it slow. That way your body can get used to all the changes you are trying to make without having a complete healing crisis.
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I edited like 4 times w/ new stuff and still forgot things. I got the saline flush thing from drugstore dot com, and I've got an appointment w/ an ENT specialist in December to talk options. Any recommendations for how I should approach any surgical options, or whatever, he might suggest? I'd be happy with anything that would help me breathe at night, snore less, etc. I'm assuming only so many of those problems can be attributed to yeast overgrowth and repaired by the cleanse..
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I checked the ingredients for the breast cream, and I'm going to try to make my own. If it's too watery as is, I'll get Lansinoh lanolin separately, and some really thick diaper rash ointment like Desitin or Bordeaux's Butt Paste and see if that will be less watery. I'm just a make-it-myself kinda person.

I'm not looking forward to the die-off, and the re-living thing people talked about. I've got 33 years of crud to re-live. I have to hope that it will be worth it and better on the other side.

AHHHH I see!

This stuff is super thick like desitin.. and it does stain clothes but comes out if you spray some WD-40 on it right before you wash.

Let me know how it works kay?
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AHHHH I see!

This stuff is super thick like desitin.. and it does stain clothes but comes out if you spray some WD-40 on it right before you wash.

Let me know how it works kay?
Will do. I'm sure I'll have to play with it a bit to get a good recipe going.

Will put WD-40 on the list w/ the other things. Thanks for that tip.
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You know you could get rich off that stuff... there is nothing like it and I have researched this rash for years.

I have come across THOUSANDS of women who suffer and whose Docs have no idea how to treat it.
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You know you could get rich off that stuff... there is nothing like it and I have researched this rash for years.

I have come across THOUSANDS of women who suffer and whose Docs have no idea how to treat it.
Yeah - I think that's the problem with most things like that. People trying to make money. I give up my money grudgingly. lol. Especially if I find I can make it cheaper on my own.
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Just a quick post...for ears...the best thing we've used it a mullein/garlic oil you can buy (Herbs for Kids) or you can make your own garlic oil. Haven't had ear trouble in many years. Ear Aches & Infections: Causes & Cures

And for diaper rash...there are lots of good strategies here. Diaper Rash: Causes and Cures Baking soda baths, oatmeal, dead sea salt baths, EVCO testimonies, etc. DSS clear up many rashes, fungal in nature--creams/ointments/salves trap stuff in and may seem to work temporarily, but it'll come back, I wager...

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I understand this, but this is a 1 year old

Until they learn to swallow it could be added to their bottles....
That's exactly what I'm trying to warn folks about.

A nursing friend of mine turned pale when I told her I was taking CLO, then she stopped herself and said, "Oh, sorry, I just get flashbacks to the kid in ICU whose mom was giving him CLO." It was an infant or small toddler. The child came close to dying because oil in the lungs is a very bad idea.

My goal wasn't to scare folks off giving CLO to infants or small children but to use care and keep them in close observation until it is fully digested. Don't put a child down with a bottle that has oil in it. Don't give it to a child who is throwing up a lot. It just is one of those things that can happen that no one thinks about except nurses who have dealt with it like my friend.
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Melissa, have you ever been tested for sleep apnea? Snoring is one of the key symptoms. Of course, not everyone who snores has sleep apnea, but it is certainly something to check into. And, not yeast related.

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Oh, man. I read through this whole thread yesterday, just out of interest, as I'd done the spit test last week (spat, looked, and threw it out), and it was clear. Then I saw the link to the site about how to do it, and realized I should have left it for awhile to see if it developed tentacles, instead of tossing it immediately. So this morning when I got up I figured I'd try it again. Yep, the dreaded tentacles. Ugh. I should have guessed, though; I have been taking a lot of CO and some ACV for the last couple of weeks, and this week I've got a sore throat and congestion, and have been feeling under the weather. I thought it was a cold, but it hasn't improved. Now I know. And I just bought some great cheese, too. Heck.
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Melissa, have you ever been tested for sleep apnea? Snoring is one of the key symptoms. Of course, not everyone who snores has sleep apnea, but it is certainly something to check into. And, not yeast related.

Welcome to our "say good-bye to yeast" family.

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Oh, yeah. I've been tested. Several times. I've been diagnosed w/ Severe Sleep Apnea. I can't remember the details, because it's been 10-ish years and I've had 2 kids (Mommy brain and all that) but I stopped breathing 50+ times an hour. My 02 sat went down in the 70's. They tried the CPap and the pressure to keep me breathing in was so high that I couldn't breathe out. So we tried the Bi-Pap and that didn't work either, but I can't remember why. I ended up with a recommendation from an ENT specialist for surgery to remove my tonsils, adenoids, do something w/ my septum, and cut out my soft palette and uvula. That was 10-something years, 5 moves, and 3000 miles ago. lol. We moved out of that town before we could actually do anything about the surgery and I've never revisited it - BECAUSE of low-carb. After having Gestational Diabetes w/ my daughter, I started researching LC and one of my early forays showed me that the symptoms of sleep apnea got better - and DH told me one morning that I hadn't snored the night before. I still get choked up when I think about that because I've snored since infancy, and it's been the bane of my existence. You'd think I was a 300-pound lumberjack w/ the logs I sawed. lol. I've cleared out tents, and once, in High School took a field trip where we stayed in dorms - and they had a 2-door down rule: "If other people can hear your noise 2-doors down, you are too loud." Well, they could hear me 5 doors down.. and the girls on the floor went and got boys from the floor below us to come listen.
I could go on and on. lol. But, the upside is that while doing LC I sleep very solidly, snore less, and I'm actually eager to redo testing so I can see the clinical difference pre-LC and during-LC with regards to my sleep apnea. When DH was recently diagnosed with apnea, I recommended LC for him as a beginning treatment as well. (Not that he listened, lol)

What was the original question?
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Just curious if anyone else lost their libidos from Candida?
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no,,,just during this killl off since I've been so sick....
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Please can someone tell me if I should stop using splenda and heavy cream, is this feeding the Candida? I am prepared to maybe drop one at a time from my daily intake.
I currently use 2 pks of splenda and perhaps 1/4 cup of heavy cream a day.
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Heavy cream can contain lactose which unfortunately feeds candida.

I stopped that a few weeks ago, and only occasionally miss it.

I'm slowly weaning myself off of splenda, but it's a sloooowwww process since I was the davinci's queen!
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Thanks WenB, I think I will try to switch out the Splenda for Stevia and get the coconut milk but since this week has been so tough I will do one at a time...

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Feeling better today, much better. I'm taking 3TBL of CO a day. I need to get through a week of feeling good before adding another TBL a day to make it 4 so I will add it next week.
I'm weary of switching out Splenda for Stevia and Heavy Cream for Coconut Milk/Cream,,,should I expect a response from my body (from more kill off or not feeding the Candida)?
I currently use 2 pks of splenda and perhaps 1/4 cup of heavy cream a day.
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