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Candida in Os? I always have a yeast infection, it lasts months! I don't like the idea of those really strict diets, I mean am I going to only be allowed to eat meat, because I feel like even carrots and peas would just anger the candida devil

I am thinking of trying urine therapy! Gross it may sound, but my urine is pretty clear anyways, I could put it in carrot juice or even my vitamin water.

I know this may sound repulsive, but I am so desperate!!
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If you are able to use coconut oil (some Os are able to use it), then go for it. I got rid of massive candida with coconut oil. Oil of oregano is another option. You may also want to check for estrogen dominance (it is tied to candida/yeast infections). If you are estrogen dominant, use progesterone cream.

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would give a try to caprylic acid and olive leaf capsule (up from 500mg's as being an O ) and avoid all sugars and you'll be fine whithin weeks!!!
All the best from Switzerland... btw... ther's a antifungal protocol from Dr. D in the encyclopedia and also to be seen on this board ...


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yes to meat and vegetable - the diet.. anti fungal protocol.. I am really lucky, I never had the issue, but being O I would suggest you make a list of all other issues your ancestors have .. and then see what Geno type you are.. I think you will be surprised at how easy this way of eating can be, and how soon you ought to see changes.  

what are the demons in food that are bothering you?  

drink cocoa might help for the Sweet tooth, no sugar added in water, its bitter like coffee but I like bitter.. Green tea might go a long way, but add Trehalose in place of sugar .. buy it on line or if you can afford it from Dr D as his improved formula might do much more than just take care of 'sugar' addiction.   It might eat the Candida .. and create a whole new you..

as for urine, I think on a deserted icland, or in a boat in the middle of the ocean .. but otherwise why not just take the pill and get rid of Candida and then make life style changes? would seem easier..  

are you living alone or with someone who you are sharing the Candida with back and fore?

Welcome and all the best..  


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Are you 100% sure you have a yeast infection? Are you talking about a vaginal yeast infection?

It's possible for the vaginal skin to be irritated from things other than yeast. Anti-candida diets and supplements will have no effect if the problem isn't candida.


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Is it not possible for the candida to re-enter your body with urine therapy?

The subject is often the target of jokes, but isn't urine one of the ways that the yeast leaves your body?


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Is it not possible for the candida to re-enter your body with urine therapy?

The subject is often the target of jokes, but isn't urine one of the ways that the yeast leaves your body?

It can, although I'm not sure if all candida infestations will result in live entities being discharged in the urine.


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Is it not possible for the candida to re-enter your body with urine therapy?

The subject is often the target of jokes, but isn't urine one of the ways that the yeast leaves your body?


I am using urine therapy at the moment for candida also! Well, I am presuming it´s candida as I have irritation every now and then which I  think is definitely related to hormonal changes being perimenopausal..
The way I use it is not to drink it..although you can if you like...I do urine rubbing on the skin all over the body,as much as I can reach, from the soles of my feet to neck level. Let it dry in, which takes just a few minutes. ( best to do it in the shower so that any splashes can be washed away!)Then shower off without using soap or shower gels. It is meant to work in a similar way to homeopathy which is "treating like with like"..but in an isopathic way in "treating identical with identical"...

I also take olive oil, lots of garlic and olive leaf tea as well as a probiotic...i´m hoping that should balance things!


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Dr. Oz said that drinking urine (therapy) can be dangerous for several reasons, one of which is that urine is supposed to be helping rid the body of toxins, and another is possible dehydration.
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Urine is supposed to be sterile. I've heard of people surviving extreme conditions by drinking their own urine. I heard of people stuck on rooftops after Hurricane Katrina with no access to clean water, drinking their own urine to prevent dehydration before help could arrive a few days later. I've heard similar stories about people lost in the wilderness without access to clean water.

If I found myself in such a "survival" type of situation, I wouldn't hesitate to drink my own pee if it meant staying alive. But no way would I intentionally drink it or spread it around my body.


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Quoted from D.L.
Dr. Oz said that drinking urine (therapy) can be dangerous for several reasons, one of which is that urine is supposed to be helping rid the body of toxins, and another is possible dehydration.

The old doc needs to talk to a few of those prisoners of war who survived on their urine for many, many months and lived to a ripe old age - as part of the "Greatest Generation!"


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Are you 100% sure you have a yeast infection? Are you talking about a vaginal yeast infection?

It's possible for the vaginal skin to be irritated from things other than yeast. Anti-candida diets and supplements will have no effect if the problem isn't candida.


I actually just have a vaginal yeast infection. I always have one. I don't have a white tongue or anything! I have really poor digestion. I probably do have candida knowing my luck.
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I am using urine therapy at the moment for candida also! Well, I am presuming it´s candida as I have irritation every now and then which I  think is definitely related to hormonal changes being perimenopausal..
The way I use it is not to drink it..although you can if you like...I do urine rubbing on the skin all over the body,as much as I can reach, from the soles of my feet to neck level. Let it dry in, which takes just a few minutes. ( best to do it in the shower so that any splashes can be washed away!)Then shower off without using soap or shower gels. It is meant to work in a homeopathic way..."treating like with like".

I also take olive oil, lots of garlic and olive leaf tea as well as a probiotic...i´m hoping that should balance things!



yay!!!
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Soooo, I can just have a vaginal yeast infection for months, but not necessarily candida? How does this happen? if the bacteria in your vagina gets wiped out, wouldn't it in your system?
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Have you actually been diagnosed as having a vaginal yeast infection, or are you going by symptoms alone? If you "always have it" I can't help but wonder if you're mistaking the symptoms for something else.

When I had vaginal yeast infections, they came on strong and fast, causing itching so intense it was painful. They'd either get better or worse; they didn't just stay the same. I'd treat with medication and then use natural techniques to try and keep them from coming back. It took me a while to realize that some of the itchiness down there wans't caused by yeast at all- the infection really had cleared up but I remained prone to yeast infections and not every itch was caused by yeast.

I've long since lost the propensity to yeast infections. I can even wear nylon panties now without a problem. I strongly suspect my diet was a big part of the susceptability (little or no meat, too many carbs in general, plus the inclusion of wheat, potatoes, and corn.)


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Have you actually been diagnosed as having a vaginal yeast infection, or are you going by symptoms alone? If you "always have it" I can't help but wonder if you're mistaking the symptoms for something else.

When I had vaginal yeast infections, they came on strong and fast, causing itching so intense it was painful. They'd either get better or worse; they didn't just stay the same. I'd treat with medication and then use natural techniques to try and keep them from coming back. It took me a while to realize that some of the itchiness down there wans't caused by yeast at all- the infection really had cleared up but I remained prone to yeast infections and not every itch was caused by yeast.


I've long since lost the propensity to yeast infections. I can even wear nylon panties now without a problem. I strongly suspect my diet was a big part of the susceptability (little or no meat, too many carbs in general, plus the inclusion of wheat, potatoes, and corn.)


So what was it, if it wasn't candida or yeast? I don't have any pain or itching, just the discharge all the time?

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Irritation in the vagina and/or bladder can be caused by any number of things. Allergic reactions can trigger pain and irritation that can in turn lead to infection of one sort or another.

Allergy to iodine in a multivitamin caused my problems for many years. Untold antibiotics were prescribed that finally reduced me to a candida incubator! Try to determine if anything you are ingesting is causing the problem. Eat or drink some cranberry regularly. I used to take cranberry capsules every day after I finally got on my recovery trip - it can make all the difference. The capsules are much cheaper in the long run and do the job about as well if not better. Bladder and vaginal irritation is nothing to take lightly.

BTW, there are different forms of vaginal discharge. Google "vaginal discharge" and read the symptoms that each one has.


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I actually just have a vaginal yeast infection. I always have one. I don't have a white tongue or anything! I have really poor digestion. I probably do have candida knowing my luck.


A very simple addition to your wellness regime might be topical application of Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil, after each time you urinate and after you shower.  It is extremely anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial.  



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So what was it, if it wasn't candida or yeast? I don't have any pain or itching, just the discharge all the time?



It might just be normal vaginal discharge. Normal discharge tends to be thinner and more profuse before and around ovulation, and thicker and in smaller quantities closer to menstruation. The exact texture can change daily. It can be clear, white-ish, or yellowish and still be normal.

Discharge from a yeast infection can be VERY thick and white, and can be the consistency of cottage cheese. The biggest sign that it's an infection is because it itches and/or burns. If you have discharge without any kind of discomfort it's most likely "normal for you" and not a sign of any kind of infection.


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Wow! You all helped so much! Maybe it's not yeast at all! I mean it does smell funky down there sometimes with discharge, but maybe it just cleans itself A LOT! I never have any burning or discomfort. It's just always damp
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It's supposed to be damp, and the smell can definitely be "funky" especially when it's the end of the day and I need a shower.


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