I think its just intestinal flora. Hopefully, a fecal
transplant will help restore the flora and make for an environment that is less prone to candida growth, and other
My understanding is that we just have an environment where it grows, just like weeds. You can pull all the weeds out you want, but they just grow back.
I don't understand why you just don't try a Fecal Transplant if you have a healthy child to use as a donor. Even if its not the greatest protocol like the CDD's, maybe some of the bacteria can colonize and maybe even just a bit more good flora can help you out in fighting pathogenic yeast/bacteria.
If it doesn't work because you haven't eliminated enough candida, you can just re-group, alter your protocol a bit & try again. Worst case scenario, it doesn't work & your in the same situation you are in now. I guess worst case you contract something unwanted from you donor, but if you have a healthy child, that seems pretty remote.