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non-albican candida glabrata

Has anyone heard of this? It is a highly resistant strain of yeast which could be caused by the overuse of anti-biotics,OTC yeast creams,and Difulcan. I guess whatever leftover yeast survives,changes and becomes a Non-Albican(instead of albican) Candida Glabrata. Is there medicine that will kill Glabrata Candida?
  cyndi on 2005-09-25
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The use of ANY CHEMICAL medication will make the problem worse.

Antibiotics depress the immune system and only good constitutional homeopathy can deal with that problem.
walkin last decade
Do you know of any homeopathic medicine than can kill this kind of yeast? I have LS(lichen sclerosis) and I keep the yeast problem under control with Beta Glucan because nothing eles seems to work. But one of my friends is having similar symptoms as me and gets alot of yeast infections and she says that the Beta Glucan doesn't seem to work for her. Any suggestions?
cyndi last decade
Can only suggest if have details --
Are you
hot or cold
tidy or untidy
Like salty things
Like cold drinks
Blonde or brunette
Have moles or warts
Eczema or herpes.
Heart shaped face
Like boiled eggs
Like being rubbedmassaged
Any redauburn hair

That'll do for a start.
walkin last decade
Fair skin
brunett with a little bit of red highlights you can see in the sun-
a couple moles
a little salt-not too much
likes chocolate
drinks cold water
neither hot nor cold-but in the winter hands and feet are cold.
She has Lichen sclerosis as well. Oh and she's 5'8 and 125 pounds. Is that enough info?
cyndi last decade
From the details you give it would seem that Phos is the most appropriate remedy.

So you could consider getting some Phos 1m and using one tablet [dose] on each of three sucessive nights.

But just to check - what have been the cause of deaths in the last 34 generations of the family
walkin last decade
Ok she doesn't know the last 34 years of family history deaths-her mom was adopted. Anyway her mother took blood thinners for her heart and she had a hypo-thyroid. Her mother died of a brain anurism. Her dad is still alive-he used to take something for high blood pressure and he has ADD-so does she,hey I have that too-but I take Concerta for mine.
I looked under Phos and it list a few different ones-you do mean Phospherus right?
cyndi last decade
Yes - Phosphorus
walkin last decade
Thank you. What dosage do you suggest?
cyndi last decade
check the post on the 28th of the 9th month
walkin last decade
Thanks, I noticed that a couple days after I left the last message-I feel so silly!
cyndi last decade
Primal defense is a must!!!!!!!!!!
cheak it out...very very effective stuff...avoid other anti fungls etc as the yeast will become stonger in the long run as it will mutate u need to increase the strength the the whole body ..if u body was strong the yeast would not grow...also concider thyroid/parathyroid issues adrenal problems..
all the best
cornelius last decade
Hi Walkin-Cyndi here. My friend said she also sometimes gets what looks like ringworm on the skin but isn't.We have looked on interent and found that it could be Tinea Veriscolor or Malassezia, or dermatophyte infections of the skin. Her dad has this too. Would the phosphorus work on these kinds of fungal infections as well?
cyndi last decade
Phos - no.

Try Bacillinum 30c a few doses--- but NOT at the same time as the Phos.
walkin last decade

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