Systemic/Intestinal yeast overgrowthDear doctors,
I have recently joined abchomeopathy and didn't realise until now that on this forum patients get valuable advice from great doctors who are ever willing to help!
I was wondering if you could offer any advice on my situation. I'm suffering from yeast infection. Groin itch (not much discharge), severe lower back pain, and discomfort in lower abdomen. I'm taking allopathic treatment at the moment. After consuming antifungals, I see white specks in my stools. Is this a sign of systemic and/or intestinal yeast overgrowth. In february, I got a stool fungal culture identification done. Results say: "plenty gram negative bacilli, plenty gram positive bacilli, suggestive of bacilli spp., few gram positive budding yeast cells seen. Culture: Candida keyr. Kindly correlate clinically"
I have not taken homeopathic meds before, just once, when i had taken over-the-counter homeopathic medicine without consulting with a doctor. It had yeast 30x, 60x and 100x and other ingredients as well. I think i took the wrong the dose. but after taking the medicine i felt like my symptoms flared up. Would it be that the medicine increased my candida as I probably took the wrong dose? I'm currently seeing a dermatologist, and taking antifungal treatment. but the medicines make me feel tired. Since I have already started with my treatment, I intend to continue it with the dermalogist. However, once I'm 100 per cent symptom free, I'm planning to resort to gentler alternative options, homeopathy and or ayurveda together to prevent a relapse.
I was wondering if homeopathy would have a full cure to my problem? If you could offer any advice on my ailment and my queries, that'll be of great help.
[message edited by Anushka1 on Mon, 14 Mar 2016 08:18:26 UTC]
Anushka1 on 2016-03-14
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