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Re: Treatment directions, help needed

Thanks a lot, hotelparasite, sounds like you have developed Candida/fungus.
I guess so, I had taken nystatin for about three refills, and constantly take oregano oil capsules. Seems they are not very effective.

The only way I know to get control of it is Lufenuron and lots and lots of probiotics. I had a similar experience and even my vitamins were coming out the same as they went in. I was basically dying of malnutrition
I just heard of this recently, but I'm afraid I can't afford it. financially wiped out due to the illness.

You could try Hydrachloric acid (HCL)supplement and enzymes with your meals. It didn't work for me but some have used it.
Tried HCL beetain twice, made me much more worse so stopped taking it.
Took digestive enzymes in the past but not recently, don't know which one is good. I'm taking wobenzymes now, before meal as a systematic enzymes, and after meal as a digestive enzymes. don't know if its right.

I admit I might have candida/fungus, but I do feel I have SIBO as well, and it's constipation type. caused by archaea.

My typical symptoms are: I can't eat high fiber food, especially prebiotics, those things made my stomach and intestine instantly bloated with gas and pain and constipation.

and leaky gut, I'm intolerant to so many things. milk and soy products give me instant big hard pimples, probably wheat and fat as well. and I have multiple chemical sensitivities, mold sensitivities.

tried to fix it with allicine, berberine, SCD diet, FODMAP diet, none of them really worked or I didnt stick to them long enough.

Something I do find helpful is Supplements / Medications That Increase Gut Motility: such as Domperidone. D-lemonene used to work, but stopped working long time ago.

I'm thinking about to get some Erythromycin because I had read somewhere it can increase gut motility at night for SIBO. I don't know if Roxithromycin works as well. I have easy access to Roxithromycin and Domperidone but no others.

Thanks very much.


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