Verifying Yeast Overgrowth Linked to Allergies, ADHD, and Asthma

My friends daughter is 10 years old and had several yeast infections and this evening is also complaining about anal itching as well. She also has ADHD, allergies, and asthma. She had quite a history of antibiotics for ear infections and bronchitis as well as steroids for her asthma. So, it sounds to her like she is heading down the same road as the mother. She cannot imagine her pediatrician understanding candidiasis, so she wants to know if there is any test to confirm this situation.

I am not an expert by any means, but I try gaining as much knowledge as I can for my 8 year old daughter. Starting with her learning disability, I have been determine to find out if there are root areas we can work on to make her life more enjoyable. A few months ago, I was tipped off into this area of yeast overgrowth, and was amazed at the similarities in my daughter. When I started playing around with her diet, I realized how sugar was linked to her behavior. I feel for you because my daughter also suffers from terrible allergies; had asthma; and perhaps you also have extra sensory issues to deal with along with emotional breakdowns for no real reason. I guess my point here is that perhaps your daughter might also have yeast overgrowth in her intestines which could be linked to her allergies, ADHD, and/or asthma.

There is a lab that specializes in tests to verify if this exists; it is called Great Plains. I just got my first test back, called OATS (organic acid test) and it has confirmed for me that my daughter has this. It is why I am learning what I can as I am getting prepared to launch an attack against this monster. But, superficially tied to the allergy side, they also have food and allergen tests you can do via blood work to pin point not only allergies but sensitivities.

One other reason to have testing done is that if you treat for a fungal issue but actually have a bacterial issue, the antifungals could actually make the bacteria proliferate. Dr. William Shaw’s book, Biological Treatments for Autism and PDD, is probably the most extensive book I have ever read on candida and leaky gut and was of great help in explaining what happens in the intestinal tract with prolonged fungal overgrowth. We were able to get it though inner library loan at our local library.

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