I've seen lots of posts about how nystatin has helped ease the yeast for people on here and how the doctor can order/prescribe it for you. So after talking to my doctor he said he kinda only likes to prescribe it for extreme cases of oral thrush, and doesnt like to do it for long time only for say like a week ?
Am i missing something or is he right... Im from the UK if that makes any difference.
hi they gav me the Sugar coated tablets but i never took them because their got Sugar on when i asked them for the powder they said we dont do that they are pretty shite when it comes to candida they might give u diflican but thats not good for your liver
Here, in the States, physicians knowledgeable about intestinal candida will commonly prescribe Nystatin for up to six months. Nystatin is a relatively cheap and safe drug. I suspect that your physcian does not fully embrace intestinal candida and is trying to fob you off with only a quid or so of meds.
if you have a white coated tongue just say u have oral thrush i did they gave m e the Sugar coated nystin and when i asked if they did the powder they said no can ur natropath not get hold of it for you?its the powder that works and contins no sugar
Nope didnt have it swabed but the doc showed me a picture of oral thrush and mine wasnt no where near to that extreme. Ive just got some grapefruit seed extract and caprlyic acid to see if they will help ease the yeast while i chelate.
yeah mines no wheir near as sum pics ive seen eitheir is it flaring then while u chelate?what is chelate anyway?ive been drinking pau darco tea and i see yeast first time in my stools this morning so i think i might be having sum die off
Yer its flaring up, chelating is were u take tablets/medicine to remove the mercury from your body, but when u do this the yeast gets worse for a bit. I mite look into pau darco tea herd a few people on here say its done good.
Why is it that so many doctors refuse to treat candida? They are so quick to prescribe antibiotics for the smallest of infestions. Isn't is unethical to not treat candida if found? On that note, does anyone know of a good doctor in the Chicago area? A doctor who will take candida seriously and attempt to treat. I've been treating with supplements (oregano, grapefuit, Pau D'arco, etc.), but since I have Candida +4, I may need something stronger.
It's hard to treat candida. But it's even harder to find a physician who will effectively treat candida. I don't know how the NHS works in the UK. You might try asking around at health food stores and the like for the name of an "open minded"
doc. The doc you now have is not your man.
I only really went to this guy to get some sort of sick note for a couple of weeks, as so much stuff is happening in my life at the minute on top of candida/mercury im not in a good mind set and to get nystratin so atleast i got one thing i went for but your right these doctors dont really have a clue.
I took nystatin for 10 years and it's only good for one thing: if you are deathly sick and can't get out of bed, then take it. If you have no hope and other anti-fungals have failed. Nothing else.
Taking nystatin, sure some of my symptoms stopped, but I was slowly dying the last 10 years. Almost completely unable to exercise the last 3 years. My liver was heavily damaged to the point where I was very ill. And then the candida became immune to it.
No, I can't say I recommend it for long term use. It's a drug and all drugs are toxic and harmful. Sure, my colitis went away but that was replaced with pneumonia and broncitis. I got that to go away and then my liver took the brunt of the damage and I was getting eaten alive by different infections and bacteria.
So do whatever you want, just realize that's it's not a big loss. There are several other (better long term) solutions out there imo.