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Die-off in the long term
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Published: 11 years ago

Die-off in the long term


I have some questions about the die-off process please.

How can it be that the die-off lasts for days or weeks - but according to my doctor it will take about 6 months to kill the candidiasis?

Surely for the next five or so months candidiasis will continue to die - so why will I not be experiencing the die-off all that time?

By way of background,

I am a 31 year old male. I am in about week 4-5 of taking anti-fungals, probiotics, milk thistle, charcoal, amongst other supplements, and following a strict diet.

The worst of the die-off - fever, terrible moods, insomnia, loss of appetite, etc., appear to have stopped. The muscle pain has lessened.

Yet the fatigue is overwhelming. I only just have the energy to cook and clean for myself. (it has been like this for about a year and a half - but I was expecting it to lessen after the die off.) And I feel weepy and feel like crying about nothing. My concentration is very bad. I can hardly focus on TV shows.

There is still a lot of candidiasis in my stools. In fact I really like seeing it - it appears to be the one piece of evidence that I am achieving something.

Many thanks in advance

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