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Published: 13 years ago
 
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Re: Can candida affect the eyes?


Hi Imax!

I first started getting well by taking antifungals like Difulcan and Nystatin. There are natural antifungals, though, including the ones discussed in this article:



http://www.peacefulmind.com/candidiasis.htm



However, after spendng six months trying unsuccessully to totally rid myself of a candida infection with antifungals, I finally took action on the parasite front. I've read that parasites may cause candida to begin with, so in order to get rid of it, you have to get rid of the parasites. So, I took Humaworm, an anti parasite cleanse that also has excellent antifungals in it. The month I was on it was amazing because I watched myself get totally well. Either the antifungals in Humaworm were very effective against the strain of yeast that I had, or parasites were the cause of my candida, and once I got rid of them, I got well. Or maybe it was both. I've been well from candida for six months now. I'm also now taking another round of Humaworm since six months has passed since I first took it. (You're only supposed to take Humaworm two to three times a year.) I'm going to use Humaworm every six months from now on to make sure the parasites, fungus and yeast stay away.

By the way, probiotics is another area that is helpful to learn about in dealing with candida. The theory is that when the fungus and yeast popultion is killed off by the antifungals, probiotics allow "good bacteria" to grow and take their place, thereby making it harder for the yeast and fungus to reestablish themselves. Here is an article from Prevention Magazine that lists some good probiotics:



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Good luck!
 

 
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