Ldn And Yeast/fungus

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Optimistic Says:
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I take LDN for CFS and it’s been amazing.
I also have athletes foot for the first time in my life and it won’t go away. I have been using lamisil for a month. My doctor had me take the yeast infection pill once, then again a week later.
I haven’t taken the 2nd pill yet, but it hasn’t improved and I remember when I started LDN some people reported chronic yeast infections.
Does anyone have any info or experience with this? I don’t want to give up the LDN for a week or two but I will if it’ll help me fix my foot. It hurts to walk now.

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Beth Says:
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Hi, I’m Beth, 66 years old and have dealt with Dr.’s and pharmaceuticals for years! When I was eight years old I ended up hospitalized for a year and they diagnosed me with Epstein bar and, yellow jaundice, double pneumonia and infectious mononucleosis. That shut my immune system down and My fight to stay alive started then. I’ve done a lot of natural things during the years that have been successful. One thing that I have used it’s been many years ago but reading what I just read about the yeast infection the American diet is not good for our bodies because of candida/yeast-fungus in our Bodies! I encourage you to do your own self research! That’s what I started doing years ago when Certain apps became available such as Google etc. plus I’ve actually gone to the library and that helps! LOL but I want to tell you there is an Oil of Oregano. Look into it, more than one resource use several, I strongly advise you to write a journal of your symptoms and what you’re going through as you read and study about this oil and what it will do to heal your body! I have been warned not to ever put it in my mouth but being stubborn I just had to taste it just barely and oh my I strongly suggest that you not do it! It certainly will not kill you but your wish your hand is so pungent/strong I can’t even put words to it. But studying it and then putting it to good use and I promise you in a short period of time your whole body will feel new and thank you for what you did to it to bring it back to life! There’s so much I could say about it but you’re better off to research this yourself and how those that have gone before us with much wisdom suggest how you use it what works best and explain the results it’s amazing!! many years ago I’d say 20 years ago could be a little more I started studying research done by a certain doctor and I’ve lost a lot of my research and journals in a storage unit and cannot remember this man’s name I’ll print it if I can ever figure it out he’s one of the first that I know of that really studied the oil‘s essential oil’s and the oils that our body would benefit from!!! I’m on a lot of government emails I have fda.gov along with many others and they were easy to get, I never lied and said I was a doctor or pharmacist or any thing other than a consumer and I’ve been able to get on many websites and we are now called Self Researchers by the FDA. Pray this Helps!! Happy Healing!!????

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VerFree Says:

Yeast infections are not listed as a known side effect of Naltrexone, though it has been known to cause other types of skin rashes, nausea, injection site irritation, headache, and diarrhea, according to FDA reports.

However, many medications can lower our immune response, and cause more frequent outbreaks/flare ups of existing conditions, or make it easier for us to catch something.

Have you taken the second tablet, yet? If so, has there been any improvement?

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Optimistic Says:
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Yes I did & there wasn’t, so I tried the oregano oil someone suggested here & that made it improve, but it didn’t go away. Then I tried a prescription cream and it’s almost gone, but not totally yet.
I have continued taking the LDN because I really need it, but may take a break & try the prescription cream without it.

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