Bartholin cyst and candidaI am trying to find the best treatment for two chronic problems i am having. The bartholin cyst began over 5 years ago. It is much worse after intercourse. It has been drained by a doctor 3 times and returned immediatley each time. They have recommended surgery to remove the gland. I realized i have issues with candida just before my second son was born over a year ago. I got a vaginal yeast infection and since his birth have had an array of unpleasent symptoms. headache. fatigue. stress. vaginal dryness. vaginal itching and redness. painful intercourse. flakey redness on my face, on both sides of my nose and on my chin. I crave sweets, especially chocolate but have a sore throat or headache or fatige almost immediately after eating it. My symptoms in the past have gotten better if i can stick to a diet free of sugar yeast and dairy and take a probiotic, acidophilus. But this is extremely difficult for me to stick to for more than two weeks or so. I currently am under alot of stress, as my two sons, husband and i are living with my inlaws and have been for 4 months now and i am 17 weeks pregnant. i hope i have provided enough info. please help if you can.
lizann on 2006-08-30
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What happens is that each susequent dose interferes with or neutralises the previous dose.
Either take 200 on three sucessive days or take a SINGLE dose of Silica 10M and wait 3 weeks to judge result.
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