Did You Know The Many Signs & Symptoms Of A Candida Infection?
Many health-care professionals now admit that many (if not most) of their patients exhibit signs and symptoms of a candida yeast infection, in fact up to a third of the Western population are affected to some degree by candida, ranging from mild to severe. Fungal drugs including creams, pills and ointments are frequently prescribed by doctors yet they claim the candida, especially it ints more severe state, is only possible if a person literally has full-blown AIDS.
Based on my experience spanning almost thirty years in the clinic I certainly support this remarkable assertion that many more people suffer with a yeast infection than are actually diagnosed and treated. A definitive diagnosis is quite difficult in most cases when it comes to Western medicine, but according to Western medical doctors in order to effectively treat something you first have to accurately diagnose it. In most cases of a candida infection with a bit of help from a practitioner and by completing different kinds of home tests yourself, you will be able to diagnose candida yourself with a reasonable level of accuracy.
The following page is very extensive and contains an exhaustive (but certainly not complete) list of all the minor and major signs and symptoms of a candida yeast infection.This page will show you how you can spot yeast infections in men, women, as well as children and I’ll also show you the home tests I’ve developed and been using in my clinic for several years with great success.
If you decide to purchase a copy of my comprehensive book Candida Crusher, you will also find my Candida Test Tracker © and Candida Symptom Tracker ©, two tools which will enable you to successfully track your Candida Crusher Program progress over a four-month period. I have found these tools absolutely invaluable and use them routinely in my clinic. These tools are also now used by different natural health practitioners in their clinics.
Just look at the 8 home tests for a yeast infection and try some of these out for yourself, most of the significant symptoms you will be able to track weekly and some of the others (the more minor ones) you will be able to tack monthly or bi-monthly. Sometimes only a series of vague symptoms will show the yeast infected patient that everything is OK, and at times no end of medical tests, examinations or laboratory tests will confirm a definite “disease”. I have discovered through my association with many health-care professionals that an inexperienced practitioner will generally overlook these vague signs and symptoms and treat their patient for something other than candida, for example irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut syndrome, food allergies, etc. I know this all too well, after having helped many patients with candida for years that had visited countless other practitioners and were diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, diarrhea, parasites, food allergies, constipation, gallstones, inflammatory bowel disease, and a whole host of other complaints.