Diverticulitis and candidaHi, first post.
I am having a second mild attack of diverticulitis (first was the whole fever and chills thing).
I had previously gone to a local health/compounding pharmacy and described symptoms of uncontrollable sweating and fever and the naturpath recommended Candidase(?) which seems to have helped that issue.
But the first diverticulitis originally cleared up using arsenium album 30 c 3 x day. It doesn't seem to be helping this time around. Any suggestions? Not eating a lot of carbs-not eating a lot of anything, have no great appetite- and could use some help. Want to avoid antibiotics if I can. Thanks.
pnkfloyd on 2010-09-17
♡ deoshlok last decade
and post all the questions here duly answered. On that basis your remedy may be worked out.
♡ kadwa last decade
Here is link
I developed diverticulitis in last two years where i had cramps and nausea.
It took about month and a half for symptoms to go away. The time to work will vary depending upon severity. It essentially is a healthy and natural antibiotic without side effects. The pockets can heal also.
It is a little expensive but you won't regret it when you avoid surgery and complications of antibiotics. As you get better, you can cut down to a maintenance dose.
Not only does it address diverticulitis but a whole host of digestive disorders.
prioris last decade
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