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Systemic Yeast Infection
Posted by: Natalie
Date: October 6, 2009 11:58 PM

I've recently been diagnosed with Systemic Yeast. I was on an antibiotic to clear my acne for nearly 7 months and an incredibly high sugar/carb diet. Yeast first showed up when I was nursing (Candida on my breasts) my first baby. Nothing would take it away and it came back even worse with my second child. I was on several antifungals They helped but never took it away. Then I began to experience more serious symptoms. Racing heart, my entire body was numb, dizzy, brain fog, shortness of breath, food sensitivities to nearly everything except meat and veggies. I've gotten off all the antifungals and am now trying a probiotic digestive supplement that contains live lactic acid bacteria - Bacillus Subtilis, Enterococcus Faecalis and Bacillus Coagulans along with some other ingredients. I started on one packet per day for 6 weeks and then gradually increase until I'm no longer feeling symptoms and then gradually decrease. Am I on the right track? If you have suggestions I would love to hear them.



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Re: Systemic Yeast Infection
Posted by: drron
Date: October 7, 2009 1:40 AM

You are on a track to suppress the illness, but not cure it. That means you have to be on a compensatory program for life. The real problem is damage to your immune system which renders it unable to do the job it was designed to do. That comes from toxicity of various kinds and stress. Removing the toxicity and stress is a first step, but until the immune system is regenerated you will still have these worrisome symptoms, and they only get worse with the passage of time. Apparently you are still able to function, so now is the time to get cured. This is only accomplished with the SanPharma Protocol which can be administered after the provoking cause of the damage to your immune system is removed. I know of no other doctors in the U.S. who can manage this illness, sad to say. Begin you education on the subject here and read the articles which are hyperlinked to within this article: [www.medical-library.net]. When you are ready, write or call for an appointment. nexus@sonic.net and 707-591-4088.



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Re: Systemic Yeast Infection
Posted by: Natalie
Date: October 14, 2009 3:18 AM

I live in Portland, OR. Do you have an idea of how many appointments it could take in order to administer the SanPharma Protocol? I have several amalgam fillings, is there a blood test that I can get done here to see if I need to have theM replaced? What is the SanPharma Protocol exactly? A special diet? Must I be on a lifetime candida type diet after the cure?



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Re: Systemic Yeast Infection
Posted by: drron
Date: October 14, 2009 4:31 AM

I need to see you only once, and after that we can handle everything by phone and email. However, at some point the mercury amalgams must come out. The presence of mercury blocks the long-term good effects of the SanPharma protocol, so there is no way around removing them. After they are out THEN you must be tested and treated for the mercury which has escaped from your amalgams and is stored in the rest of your body. (That is a special test administered by a doctor - not a blood test.) After that is complete we can begin the SP Protocol. So, best if you have the amalgam removed, then come to see me and we take it from there. To learn more about the SanPharma Protocol, read this: [www.medical-library.net]

Re: Systemic Yeast Infection
Posted by: drron
Date: October 16, 2009 8:08 PM

If there are mercury amalgams mercury is ALWAYS a problem and must be removed as part of he treatment and in preparation for the SanPhama remedies. If you leave that out, the effect of the protocol is always temporary. This is a serious investment of time and money, so we want it to work the first time. There is a small maintenance program of SP remedies at the end. No special diet is required except to avoid foods to which you are sensitive or allergic and foods containing mercury (fish and high fructose corn syrup), a simple reasonably health diet will work as long as you do not chronically overload on sugar. I suggest you go to these two websites regarding mercury amalgams:

[www.iaomt.org]
[www.youtube.com]



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