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KevinNJ05
Thursday, January 18, 2007, 10:24pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have been fighting Candida for a long time.  I was just put on a perscription for Dyflucan.  Before I start it I wanted to ask if any of you know anything about it that I should know before using it.  I know if you take it for too long that you could damage your liver.  Any info would be appreciated thank you.  
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I have been fighting Candida for a long time.  I was just put on a perscription for Dyflucan.  Before I start it I wanted to ask if any of you know anything about it that I should know before using it.  I know if you take it for too long that you could damage your liver.  Any info would be appreciated thank you.  


Do you have amalgam/silver fillings, and if so, how many?


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I'd go for colloidiales silver and / or grapefruitseedextract...but be very careful this oil can dammage also your intestines; it's toughy-toughy
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I have a few silver fillings one big one and 4 small dots on different teeth.
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I have a few silver fillings one big one and 4 small dots on different teeth.


You should consider addressing these fillings before treating the candida.


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