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Re: Its a fungus, but is it candida?

...and if the skin filaments are not candida in its
fungal rhizoid form..

what to make of these?


Two small yeast balls caught in the act of
sprouting fungal rhizoids. Yeast balls are propelled
from the bowel by passing gas. Once "outside", the
filaments grow rapidly. Needle tip for size reference.

filaments..that launch from what appears to be yeast
balls..and grow very rapidly to inch plus lengths.

Am guessing that the change of pH that occurs after
being propelled into the outside atmosphere..triggers
the rapid grown of the rhizoids/filaments.
Change of pH is what is supposed to be triggering
candida yeast in the gut to go "feral" and change into
the aggressive hyphal form. [but does it grow to these
sizes or stay microscopic in scale?] { shrug..still looking
for the answer to this.}


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