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Laura P
Thursday, July 20, 2006, 7:32pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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thanks. thought so. will have to stay mindful......
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For what it is worth, I did everything--and finally added candex.  That turned the corner and has (I believe) kept it turned, so that I now eat pretty normally (BTD, that is).  Took from last July until about February.  
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I have a question about candida.  If I have a vaginal yeast infection does that automatically mean I have a problem with candida throughout my entire body?  I get a VYI about every few months for just a day or two and it resolves on it's own.  


Karen, if you haven't seen it, I started a post called "Copper Toxicity Syndrome". The article talks about this very thing and also estrogen dominence.



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I think my candida is under control after a couple of weeks but I'm having these symptoms:

Trouble urinating, dry mouth in mornings, when I eat fuit I get a little jittery but when I eat meat I feel excellent.  

Are these common symptoms?
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