Looks like Antibiotics
induced skin condition, but could also be caused by some other drugs.
Have you used any Antibiotics
prior to developing the condition?
Any other prescription medications ?
Excessive alcohol drinking?
Any other drugs?
Have you ever tried any anti-candida protocol (Candida Related Complex)?
Ever tried to change your diet ?
What is your diet like ?
Here is a long list of candida related symptoms. Symptoms are usually chronic and include but are not limited to the following:
1. Allergies to foods and/or airborne chemicals, especially if these are acquired in adulthood. The number of offending substances keeps increasing until many individuals become so sensitive to the everyday environment that they must live in isolation.
2. Fatigue: Continual, but often especially noticeable after eating.
3. Gastrointestinal: poor digestion, constipation or diarrhea, gas, bloating after eating, cramps, heartburn, nausea, gastritis, colitis, etc.
4. Neurological: carbohydrate cravings, irritability, mood swings, headaches/migraines, fogged-in feeling, inability to concentrate/mind wanders off, poor memory, confusion, dizziness, MS like symptoms (slurred speech, muscle incoordination, vision affected), depression, anxiety without apparent cause (often worse after eating), paranoia without apparent cause, not in total control of one’s actions (know right thing to do but unable to execute), mental incompetence (sometimes leading to institutionalization, variety of other behavioral disturbances.
5. Genito-urinary: vaginal infections, menstrual difficulties, impotence, infertility, prostates, rectal itching, urinary tract infections/inflammation, urgency, burning.
6. Respiratory: resistance problems (catches anything going – flus, colds) hay fever, mucous congestion, postnasal drip, asthma, bronchitis, chest pain, frequent clearing of throat, habitual coughing (usually non-productive) that will not respond to anything, sore throat, earaches.
7. Skin: athlete’s foot, jock itch, skin rash, hives, dry brownish patches, psoriasis, ringworm, rough skin on sides of arms which get worse at certain times of the month or under increased stress.
8. Above symptomology resists all modes of therapy. Regular MD usually concludes that patient is a hypochondriac and/or neurotic and suggests anything from tranquilizers to psychiatric help.
9. Clinical history (early childhood): hyperactivity, aggressiveness, skin: cradle cap, diaper rash, thrush, chronic ear infection, tonsillitis, colic.
10. Miscellaneous: feel bad all over, cold extremities, arthritis-like symptoms, white coating on tongue upon arising (non-fasting state), standard blood parameters between normal limits.
Important: not all individuals presenting some combination of above symptoms will have a Candida problem, but the likelihood of it is immense.
Except for your skin condition, what other symptoms do you experince?