Determining Systemic Yeast Problems By Darkfield Microscopy

This friend of mine is a 37 years old female, who has been suffering with numerous physical problems and just recently have begun to suspect that it is systemic yeast related. She has been to 6 doctors and has gotten varying opinions from each of them. They are considering anxiety, bacteria, TMJ, MS, etc. When tested, none of these diagnoses turned out to be true. She finally went online and started looking up her symptoms and time and time again it pointed to severe systemic yeast infection. She has burning and tingling face, hands, feet, scalp and tongue, nasty white stuff on her tongue, itchy, dry skin through out her entire body, heartburn that could choke a horse, etc. She is so frustrated.

Finally, she got on caprylic acid, garlic, pure water, live cultures, etc. There is no help. Then, she found out about Threelac and has been on that for a few weeks but had to stop when she got tonsillitis and had to go back on antibiotics (which only worsened the yeast). Now, she is back to the Threelac and just wondering if anyone out there knows if she can continue the caprylic acid while on the Threelac or if it will kill the good bacteria as well as the bad. She has been dealing with this since 6 months ago and it is very discouraging and depressing. She is trying to control her carb intake which really stinks around the holidays.

Darkfield microscopy might help determine if you have systemic yeast. I thought I might have systemic yeast but the microscopy test showed I did not. Caprylic acid shouldnt be a problem at same time as Threelac in my opinion. You could consider replacing some or all of the Caprylic acid Long term with a good quality Virgin Coconut Oil (the whole food source of Caprylic acid).

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