I've been fighting oral thrush since march now, I've taken nystatin, magic mouthwash (no idea whats in it besides maalox), and antibiotics. Doctors have told me it's an allergic reaction to toothpaste so I changed that, I use 3 different kinds of toothpaste now. That's not it... although I'm positive that sugar in toothpaste is making the thrush worse since yeast grows with sugar.
Well I've decided that since I can't get a doctor to cure me I'm going to have to try and do it myself. I'm going to try and lower my sugar intake to almost none, eat vegetables and meat, and drink as much water as I can in a day.
I'm going to try candigone, it's the only candidas cleanse I could find that doesn't seem to be ridiculously expensive (thrush is yeast which is candidas albicans), and paragone (parasite cleanse, which these can occur if candidas hasn't been put under control), and also I will exercise 20-30 mins every other day in some fashion. I will also take an acidophilus pill and garlic pill.
If this doesn't cure my oral thrush, then I have no idea what I can do.
I've been tested for diseases, viruses, vitamin deficiencies, and surprisingly I turn out to be a very healthy person according to the tests. Although one doctor said I have herpes. No, he's wrong I've been tested three times for herpes now. In fact I've been tested three times for just about everything BUT candidas albicans, I'm sure there are 89479874 other tests they can do, but I just can't afford it. I don't have health insurance anymore. So I can't afford 300-500$ everytime I go to the doctor, which is at this pace 3-4 times a month.
Anyway, if anyone has found another cure for oral thrush please let me know.
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