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27 Apr 2018
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Which antifungals would you recommend if I have (in my opinion) years of yeast overgrowth, leaky gut, and I currently began the Wheldon Protocol?I was on Bicillin injections every 3 weeks for the past 1.5 years and was on 5000iu Nystatin 3x/day and Fluconazole every other day. I stopped the Bicillin and nystatin and fluconazole then waited 1 month. I started the new protocol and now i need to find new antifungals.What is your recommendation? I currently jumped back on Nystatin only and then a leaky gut multi-flora probiotic and tumeric  

Hi Mike,This is an old thread, but I will add my few cents..I am dealing with a fungal overgrowth that I see has been brewing for years due to a very stressful work life.  I had no clue that my body was under such stress until I hit rock bottom, with no health left at all.  I too, have been advised it is all in my head.  I am on diflucan now and seeing some results for sure, first used nystatin suspension then caps.  My symptoms cross over MS and Lyme/coinfections.  I have tested positive for mycoplasma, neg for lyme... when your body can no longer produce antigens or antibodies to insults because it is flatlined one can wait forever for docs to help when they only look at serology reports.. I finally found a doctor who knows what to do with chronic illnesses.  He is private and I must pay to see him.  worth every penny!I have developed alot of food sensitivities that are not slowly receding. What I have found really helpful is lots of garlic 6+ cloves a day, now experimenting with garlic supplements as well as kefir.  These help balance the gut flora. Good probiotics are a must and I have used most with no success until I found the Genestra HMF line - those work for me, but we are all different.  Tumeric, ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, golden seal have synergistic action when taken together.  Also, the right type of fermented food will feed the good bacteria, use non vinegar type fermented foods.  I bought one jar of Mrs. Bubbies sauerkraut and will go back and buy another as it helps me alot.  Candidas will continue to create leaky gut issues if not corrected and that in itself I am finding creates a great deal of issues I have found. No sugar and low carbs, especially refined carbs seem to be the worst.  I make my own bone broth soups constantly and eat whole foods.  I am challenged as I am eating a tonne of food and still underweight, but seem to be slowly gaining.  For me the candida has done a number on my thyroid and adrenals as well as hormones, so I have a bit of ground to cover before I can address anything else going on in my body.There are loads of other supplements you can find on the web, sf72, biocidin, syntol.  I took them all with no results the condtion seemed too entrenched.Dr Blaney shared that sporonox is also an antifungal that I may/maynot need to take in the future.  Have you seen Dr. Shoemaker (sp) site he uses a rx off label that ushers out the mold toxins?? Cholestyramine is what his protocol uses.  I only share this in the event you find it helpful, I have not tried this approach. Wishing you a healthy 2015!

The wound is the place where the light enters you. ~ RumiMycoplasma, toxic mould exposure,  fungal overgrowth from wrong abx, involvement of- adrenals, thyroid, hormones, skin, joints, muscles, brain fog, body hum.  Good atti

Things which are helping me:  Apple Cider Vinegar, Virgin Coconut Oil, Diatomaceous Earth, Kefir/Water Kefir, Probiotics.

Neuro symptoms & many health problems from 1989. NAC+all supps(04/11) CAP(05/11-10/17)