Thankfully, within the past 2 months this ignorant poster has actually passed a few fungal colonies from doing nystatin enemas. Hopefully he a lot lot more humble and reasonable now:
"I have been doing Nystatin enemas, and I have passed out all what you describe. Whatever it is, it is what have us sick. I guess candida colonies because single cells are microscopic.
There isn't any proof that passing mucus in stool be candida, at least I haven't found any proof. What I am passing in stool isn't mucus but white strings, while they are going out, I am better and better. They are going out because I keep an antifungal diet and take antifungals, so I assume they are fungal colonies. Mucus can be the result of intestinal inflammation, celiac, etc.
Now that's what I call positive growth!!
The truth always wins in the end- it just takes time for people like this guy to wake up from their slumber. Who knows- maybe he never would have drawn the conclusion that what he passed with the nystatin enemas were indeed fungal colonies were it not for him reading my post and seeing my pictures.