If a temporary cell-mediated immunity response is able to clear the infection on the mucusal tissues (intestinal and other areas), then, bacterial colonization takes place. The thing is that bacterias don't growth in places infected by candida.
I think about Cimetidine together with antifungals. It is a combination of proper immune response plus antimicrobials what clear the infection.
The problem is that without an immune response it is an endless battle. It is documented by the medical literature, Dr. Truss, and every scientific study.
Chronic candidiasis is linked to a deficient cell-mediated immunity response. Period. It doesn't matter if disrupting the antagonistic bacterial flora caused it or not. The requirement to develop this syndrome is a Th1/Th2 abnormal function.