I have dealt with chronic yeast infections for the past 2 years. I have recently been diagnosed as hypoglicemic. It seems that the two issues play against each other. I have had several people tell me to not eat any sugar or carbs to control the yeast infections. I can't do that because my glucose levels go too low. I can't seem to control the issues without the other one going bad. Also, I was treated for Graves Disease 2.5 years ago and am on hormone replacement (Unithroid)...could this have caused or contributed to my current health issues? I am scheduled to see an endochronologist but not for 4 more weeks. This has been a very frustrating two years. I have been using the acidophelus for months now and it does not seem to keep the infections away completely. I have tried cinnamon to balance the glucose and it has not seeemed to work with that issue either.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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