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Nystatin enemas - Target the Cecum! As advised by DVJorge and Frostymug
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Published: 5 years ago

Nystatin enemas - Target the Cecum! As advised by DVJorge and Frostymug

Hi guys

I have been treating candida related syndrome since October and I've been experiencing digestive and immune-related issues for 5-7 years now. My symptoms are as follows:

Constipation (Still struggling with this although I suspect that's partially because I'm doing so many enemas my colon is usually empty anyway)
Flatulence (Greatly reduced)
Abdominal distention (Greatly reduced)
Tingling in hands and feet (Reduced. I believe this is linked to die off)
Itchy scalp and hair shedding (hair shedding has now stopped after several years!!! :D)
Brain fog (which has now disappeared)
Fatigue (I'm rarely fatigued now)
Leaky gut - Heightened allergies and food intolerances including gluten (Still working on this but I suspect they'll disappear once my gut is healed and free of infection)

I have been treating myself with nystatin enemas amongst other things and had a major breakthrough on New Year's Day. I did an extremely thorough enema cleanse (6-10 litres of water) followed by a nystatin / curcumin retention enema, which I managed to get all the way from the rectum to the cecum. That evening, I excreted huge amounts of fungal colonies that I'd never seen before and I've since realised that my efforts until that point had been rather half-arsed. I'm repeating this daily and now feeling better by the day. It is surely only a matter of time until I've beaten this!

It is absolutely essential to get the nystatin to the cecum. Orally, it wont reach the cecum in sufficient concentration. Rectally, if you're only hitting the sigmoid colon, then you're not going to cut off the head of the snake. Please - anyone who knows they have candida, is doing nystatin enemas and not seeing frightening looking dead candida in their stools, try and go a little deeper :D


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