This may seem like a weird question, but I don't know where else to ask it. I've been fighting candida for a couple of months now, getting very serious and diligent that last 2 weeks. I've been taking oregano oil, raw garlic and olive leaf extract and also doing daily coffee enemas (not just for the candida but also to help shape up my liver as I'm also chelating for heavy metals).
I've also done 6 colonics in the past few weeks and have seen yeast coming out in the colonic along with what appear to be strips of fungus-infested mucosal lining. I was thrilled to be getting rid of this fungus and started feeling better after the first couple of colonics, but this past week or so, things have changed a bit.
Twice this week I've passed things that almost look like turnip roots in my stool...when I pick them up, they're filmy, but they have a couple of little filaments at the bottom like turnip or potato roots do -- are these candida growth roots?
I've also been experiencing a great deal more bloating than usual this week...if this is a passing phase while I get rid of some deeply embedded candida roots, I guess I can live with it, but if I'm doing something that's actually causing harm to my body/intestinal tract, I need to know.
I've also been passing small pieces of what appear to be bits of plain mucosal lining (it looks a lot like small, irregularly-shaped pieces of toilet paper)...again, if this is good, I can deal with the discomfort for a while, but if I'm hurting myself, I need to know.