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Old 03-13-2013, 06:59 AM   #1
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Unhappy Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

If you scroll down you can see my current symptoms, where it starts in bold, but I think this history may be informative:
Male
23 Years Old
6foot 1inch tall
170 lbs
Eat pretty Healthy
Feel pretty healthy, but battling all these symptoms
Get decent exercise


I had my first severe stomach ache when I was 6 or 7 in the middle of the night. Since then they got worse and worse. Through my school years, mostly middle school and highschool, I was stick almost every morning. Extreme abdominal cramps, diarrhea, nausea, nearly every day.
In 2008, my senior year, a friend got me to go Gluten free (and although I knew dairy affected me I hadn't cut it out completely) This helped a LOT - still does, but I still got sick a lot, it came and went, some months were worse than others.

I got tested in 2009 by immuno labritories, which showed 21 foods I was "intolerant" too. The doctor was in shock. Many of these included lettuce, tomato, onion, beans, soy, any wheat / gluten products, and other daily food staples that are "healthy foods". The diet helped even more, but I think it's insane to not be able to eat a meal with other people. 21 food allergies is not something that's easy to work with.

They also tested for celiac - negative.

Another side of my history is non-digestive. I was born with severe asthma and was on a nebulizer from a young age, I believe a year old or so. I'm pretty sure nebulizers use steriods, no? I could be wrong. Anyway, I was on asthma medication from nearly birth. Inhalers and nebulizers. A few times I'd get bronchitis and the doc would put me in various inhaled medications, and one time I had a 7-day series of steriod pills for my bronchitis. You took 7 pills the first day, 6 the next, 5 the next, then just one the last day. The 8th day, when I was done with the pills, I went crazy. I was in 2nd or 3rd grade I believe, and coming off the steroids sent me into a huge depression. I cried every morning when my parents would leave me for school, I cried in school, I cried at lunch, and then my parents had to go out of town for business - oh boy did I cry then. I was a MESS. And I knew it was the meds. But I couldn't stop crying and balling over every little thing.

I also had severe ear infections from a very young age. I was on medication because of this. They eventually put tubes in my ears and at about age 9 the problem went away.

Also from infancy onward I had bad tonsilitis and tonsil problems. They were constantly infected and inflamed, I was on a lot of medication for them, they caused me, a 4 or 5 year old kid to snore louder than anyone my parents had ever heard, and eventually around 7 or 8 years old my parents removed my tonsils and adenoids. No more snoring or other issues from there since.

ANOTHER part of history - I've always battled with fungus since I can remember. I remember being like 8 and having to get my dad's athlete foot spray because I always had athletes foot. Still do to this day. It comes and goes but between my last two toes there's always signs of it. Sometimes it itches and sometimes it get very painful.
I've had problems with rashes in other areas as well, armpits, groin, etc. And a year ago while I was living in costa rica those typical rashes came and were itching non stop, and my entire upper body broke out in a rash for two months. It started on the front of my shoulders then spread across my chest, and all over my entire back down to my beltline where it faded off. It wasn't itchy but a doctor confirmed it was fungus, but didn't know what to do. The cremes they gave me didn't help.
I also got thrush once that was bad enough to have to go to the doc. It wasn't as severe as what you see when you google thrush, my tongue wasn't thickly covered like you sometimes see, but I had white growths all over my mouth that I was scraping off and my tongue hurt like heck. The mouthwash the doc had worked fast though. Before and after then I have had smaller bouts of what I'm assuming is still thrush. i constantly have white thrush-like patches and build-ups, especially where my wisdom teeth were removed and there's empty space.
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NOW my CURRENT symptoms if anyone is still reading...
(Scroll down for the quick check list)

For the past few years my stomach problems are better and worse. Lately I don't have tons of stomach pain, that's pretty rare, but every single day I have not quite diarrhea, but it's far from normal. I'd say "oatmeal" (gross I know) is the closest I can describe it. Every single day, usually in the morning, I'm in the bathroom for half an hour as it feels like my intestines want to completely empty.
Some days this happens 4 or 5 times... at 20 - 30 min each that's a lot of time on the John! :P

Every day on and off I have SEVERE brain fog. It almost feels like low blood sugar but I don't have sugar problems, I've had that checked.
I get comfused - so much so I don't like being in a store without someone beside me, and it makes me nervous to drive. I feel like my body is in the real world, but my brain is in a jar somewhere else looking in. This comes and goes in severity, sometimes I don't notice or I'll get my mind off of it, other times it really is frustrating and scary.

A similar / maybe the same symptom is my loss of focus / drive / creativity. Not really "depressed" so much as just lethargic. I just don't care so much and don't want to do a whole lot. It's like I can only see what's right in front of me, I can see "big pictures" or focus on more than one tiny thing at a time. I know this sounds psychological but I know my diet alone helps / hurts this symptom. It feels like by brain just can't work right. Then randomly I'll be walking home or sitting somewhere and it's like the clouds open up and my head clears and it feels AMAZING!!! My brain kicks into gear and i have energy and creativity and then it slowly fades back to confusion...

Very tired. Mostly in the mornings. By evening I'm doing ok, but mornings are complete HELL. Every single day I dread waking up because I am so tired I want to die, even with 9 or 10 hours of sleep.

Mood swings / anger - this has been since I was little. I am a very patient person, pretty calm - but sometimes, especially when I'm in a "brain fog" I get so angry at everything and nothing. I shattered my windshield, dent walls, fridges, etc, I punch bite scream and tear (objects NEVER people!!!) but I do get very rude and mean to people - but I'd never hurt someone. Well, now - when I was younger I'd go crazy and rip out my sister's hair and kick people but I was only 4 or 5!!!

Sometimes I get severe anxiety and panic attacks.

As mentioned, I have rashes / thrush come and go.

I have joint - mostly hip - pain that comes and goes. It gets to the point where I limp and my wife jokes about it, but it really hurts! I get stiff easy and even walking up stairs my knees shoot pain. This comes and goes, but is usually not present - maybe once or twice a month - but has been getting more frequent lately.

I get migranes a few times a year - probably unrelated.

ALWAYS HUNGRY!!! This symptom gets better and worse, and it's not too bad as of the past week or so. I know I'm a guy, guys can eat a lot, esp at 23, but It's not just like I can eat, my body feels like it's screaming FEED FEED FEED! And it almost panics me because I'll eat everything we have to eat and feel starving, even when my stomach is full I still feel hungry, but that extreme-full feeling is usually enough to satisfy my body for the time being. And I try not to over-eat but I get grumpy and irritable when I feel hungry all day long. But it just feels like I'm starving to death sometimes.

Also I crave a LOT of sweets and alchohol - something I've read on candida forums before.

My weight jumps all over the place from 165 - 185 , never goes over or below that though.

Occasional bouts of depression. These are usually short lived, a few days max, but it's pretty severe. I don't think straight and have some scary thoughts. These come and go with other symptoms, so I don't think this is just "depression" on it's own.

So here's the list summed up:
I'm sure there's more I'm forgetting but, well, my brain is in a fog as usual so oh well.
  • Symptoms
  • Frequent loose stool - 3 - 5 times a day
  • Oily looking stool
  • Brain Fog / Confusion
  • Loss of focus, drive, energy, distracted
  • Tired, always
  • Mood Swings - Anger
  • Anxiety / Panic Attacks
  • Frequent Rashes, thrush
  • Joint Pain / stiff
  • Always Hungry
  • Crave sweets and alcohol
  • Weigh fluctuates from 165 - 185 regularly

These symptoms come and go together, and honestly, I just with I felt like my mind was working. That's the hardest part.
Doing all the research I can, things keep leading me back to Systematic Candida Infection. Is it the cause? I'm not a doctor. But I wanted to get others' input and advice.

Thank you so much.

 
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Old 03-17-2013, 06:23 PM   #2
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

Amazingaustin:
It sounds like you have candida. Why dont you get a blood test for it. Also have you ever done the candida diet and taken candida supplements?

 
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Old 03-21-2013, 08:06 AM   #3
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

Hi, I am sorry for all of the problems you are having. I am not an expert on candida but know that if the candida yeast runs amuck it can be devastating. Have you tried probiotics? In studies it has shown to be effective in crowding out the candida yeast by replacing them with the good bacteria in the probiotics. It also aids digestion as well as providing immune support. I do not want to jinx myself by saying this but in the 20 plus years I have been taking probiotics and eating Greek yogurt I have never been sick, not even a cold. You could search probiotics and candida where there is a wealth of information. Perhaps a simple cure like this will help alleviate the complicated symptoms you experience. All the best

 
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Old 03-21-2013, 09:46 AM   #4
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

Two things I forgot to mention is that men with candida tended to have earaches at a very young age like you . The other thing is that antibiotics make it worse.......

 
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Old 03-21-2013, 11:49 AM   #5
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

I'm a female, 67, and have had yeast infections since I was 14. Have been on allergy shots for it for 26 yrs. They have helped tremendously. But I have never in my entire life heard of anyone who suffers from so many conditions the way you do. I almost started crying reading your story. Surely a dr. or several drs. can help you. I find it hard to believe an allergy to yeast could cause all your problems, but maybe so. I just wish you all the best of luck in finding a cure.

 
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Old 03-28-2013, 01:02 PM   #6
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

Me and you both have identical symptoms except my muscle tension is daily !!!

 
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Old 06-14-2013, 08:54 PM   #7
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

My husband has a lot of the same symptoms as you, mucous in the stool, severe cramping, joint pain, frequent rashes, and many daily loose stools. His doctor just tells him to increase his fibre intake, which hasn't done anything.
Did you find a solution or try any of the suggestions? I am very interested to hear how things are going.

 
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Old 06-28-2013, 05:38 AM   #8
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

Hi,

I'm new to this board. I have many of your symptoms and childhood ailments. Especially the brain part and the loss of drive. I am so sorry. Your story sounds even more debilitating. It definitely sounds like you have candida. I was misdiagnosed for years and also eat really healthy so they never checked for it. I would have a blood and stool test done and begin the diet immediately. I know this sounds crazy but I would also go to a past life transgression specialist. It really sounds like there is some deep trauma from past or present. I NEVER believed in this stuff until I went. Please keep us posted. Feel better.

 
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Old 06-29-2013, 04:15 PM   #9
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

How were you diagnosed for Candida? Was it by a trained medical professional or a naturopath?
I was told I had Candida from a test that put probes on my fingers, and relayed data back to some antique looking machine.
Anyway, I am very sceptical about this diagnosis. I was then told to take supplements, and go on a Candida diet (That lasted around a week as it is nearly impossible, and would probably cause more harm than good in the long term).
I personally think people believe the Candida diagnosis when they are suffering health issues, and the docs cant find anything.
Dont get me wrong I have suffered from bouts of occasional thrush, and have fungus on my toe nails, and some athletes foot, but I do not think I am riddled with Candida.
If Candida was the chronic health problem that Naturopaths say it is, Real doctors would be treating it and drug companies would be bending over backwards in a race to find a cure.

 
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Old 06-29-2013, 05:17 PM   #10
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

I was diagnosed by a holistic doctor of internal medicine via a stool test specifically for candida albicans. It is a real thing and many doctors know very little about it. It would probably put a lot of them out of business. I have had chronic severe bacterial-staph sinus infections, kidney, bladder infections, severe fatigue, headaches, brain fog, hashimotos, and now told I have fibromyalgia. I am a pretty healthy person who was on a very long antibiotic course for the sinus issue. After that it was non stop illnesses. It's real to me. I find the diet much easier than my compromised life. I really had no quality to it and felt like a hypochondriac. Anyway, I hope you feel better soon. I've never heard of the finger test that does sound odd. Feel good.

 
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

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I was diagnosed by a holistic doctor of internal medicine via a stool test specifically for candida albicans. It is a real thing and many doctors know very little about it. It would probably put a lot of them out of business. I have had chronic severe bacterial-staph sinus infections, kidney, bladder infections, severe fatigue, headaches, brain fog, hashimotos, and now told I have fibromyalgia. I am a pretty healthy person who was on a very long antibiotic course for the sinus issue. After that it was non stop illnesses. It's real to me. I find the diet much easier than my compromised life. I really had no quality to it and felt like a hypochondriac. Anyway, I hope you feel better soon. I've never heard of the finger test that does sound odd. Feel good.
Thanks for the reply. I am sure that if it was so real, then proper medical doctors would know about it.
I do not trust holistic/naturopaths end of story. In the UK it costs me £7.85 for a prescription of medicine which lasts a month. It Cost me £100 for supplements from a naturopath that lasted a month. So you can understand why I think naturopaths are just out to con people.
Try asking a Holistic/naturapath a medical related question, and they always seem a little stumped.
I think at times people get sick, and there is no known cause, we then go searching for answers and are willing to believe anything to cure ourselves.
If someone as a severely compromised immune system(HIV/AIDS, Late stage cancer, Severe Uncontrolled Diabetes) then Candida can become a real threat.
We all have Candida in our bodies so the chances are it would be in everyone's stool.
Until we have scientific proof that it is such a problem for healthy people, I remain very sceptical.

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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

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Originally Posted by amazingaustin89 View Post
If you scroll down you can see my current symptoms, where it starts in bold, but I think this history may be informative:
Male
23 Years Old
6foot 1inch tall
170 lbs
Eat pretty Healthy
Feel pretty healthy, but battling all these symptoms
Get decent exercise


I had my first severe stomach ache when I was 6 or 7 in the middle of the night. Since then they got worse and worse. Through my school years, mostly middle school and highschool, I was stick almost every morning. Extreme abdominal cramps, diarrhea, nausea, nearly every day.
In 2008, my senior year, a friend got me to go Gluten free (and although I knew dairy affected me I hadn't cut it out completely) This helped a LOT - still does, but I still got sick a lot, it came and went, some months were worse than others.

I got tested in 2009 by immuno labritories, which showed 21 foods I was "intolerant" too. The doctor was in shock. Many of these included lettuce, tomato, onion, beans, soy, any wheat / gluten products, and other daily food staples that are "healthy foods". The diet helped even more, but I think it's insane to not be able to eat a meal with other people. 21 food allergies is not something that's easy to work with.

They also tested for celiac - negative.

Another side of my history is non-digestive. I was born with severe asthma and was on a nebulizer from a young age, I believe a year old or so. I'm pretty sure nebulizers use steriods, no? I could be wrong. Anyway, I was on asthma medication from nearly birth. Inhalers and nebulizers. A few times I'd get bronchitis and the doc would put me in various inhaled medications, and one time I had a 7-day series of steriod pills for my bronchitis. You took 7 pills the first day, 6 the next, 5 the next, then just one the last day. The 8th day, when I was done with the pills, I went crazy. I was in 2nd or 3rd grade I believe, and coming off the steroids sent me into a huge depression. I cried every morning when my parents would leave me for school, I cried in school, I cried at lunch, and then my parents had to go out of town for business - oh boy did I cry then. I was a MESS. And I knew it was the meds. But I couldn't stop crying and balling over every little thing.

I also had severe ear infections from a very young age. I was on medication because of this. They eventually put tubes in my ears and at about age 9 the problem went away.

Also from infancy onward I had bad tonsilitis and tonsil problems. They were constantly infected and inflamed, I was on a lot of medication for them, they caused me, a 4 or 5 year old kid to snore louder than anyone my parents had ever heard, and eventually around 7 or 8 years old my parents removed my tonsils and adenoids. No more snoring or other issues from there since.

ANOTHER part of history - I've always battled with fungus since I can remember. I remember being like 8 and having to get my dad's athlete foot spray because I always had athletes foot. Still do to this day. It comes and goes but between my last two toes there's always signs of it. Sometimes it itches and sometimes it get very painful.
I've had problems with rashes in other areas as well, armpits, groin, etc. And a year ago while I was living in costa rica those typical rashes came and were itching non stop, and my entire upper body broke out in a rash for two months. It started on the front of my shoulders then spread across my chest, and all over my entire back down to my beltline where it faded off. It wasn't itchy but a doctor confirmed it was fungus, but didn't know what to do. The cremes they gave me didn't help.
I also got thrush once that was bad enough to have to go to the doc. It wasn't as severe as what you see when you google thrush, my tongue wasn't thickly covered like you sometimes see, but I had white growths all over my mouth that I was scraping off and my tongue hurt like heck. The mouthwash the doc had worked fast though. Before and after then I have had smaller bouts of what I'm assuming is still thrush. i constantly have white thrush-like patches and build-ups, especially where my wisdom teeth were removed and there's empty space.
-----------------------------------
NOW my CURRENT symptoms if anyone is still reading...
(Scroll down for the quick check list)

For the past few years my stomach problems are better and worse. Lately I don't have tons of stomach pain, that's pretty rare, but every single day I have not quite diarrhea, but it's far from normal. I'd say "oatmeal" (gross I know) is the closest I can describe it. Every single day, usually in the morning, I'm in the bathroom for half an hour as it feels like my intestines want to completely empty.
Some days this happens 4 or 5 times... at 20 - 30 min each that's a lot of time on the John! :P

Every day on and off I have SEVERE brain fog. It almost feels like low blood sugar but I don't have sugar problems, I've had that checked.
I get comfused - so much so I don't like being in a store without someone beside me, and it makes me nervous to drive. I feel like my body is in the real world, but my brain is in a jar somewhere else looking in. This comes and goes in severity, sometimes I don't notice or I'll get my mind off of it, other times it really is frustrating and scary.

A similar / maybe the same symptom is my loss of focus / drive / creativity. Not really "depressed" so much as just lethargic. I just don't care so much and don't want to do a whole lot. It's like I can only see what's right in front of me, I can see "big pictures" or focus on more than one tiny thing at a time. I know this sounds psychological but I know my diet alone helps / hurts this symptom. It feels like by brain just can't work right. Then randomly I'll be walking home or sitting somewhere and it's like the clouds open up and my head clears and it feels AMAZING!!! My brain kicks into gear and i have energy and creativity and then it slowly fades back to confusion...

Very tired. Mostly in the mornings. By evening I'm doing ok, but mornings are complete HELL. Every single day I dread waking up because I am so tired I want to die, even with 9 or 10 hours of sleep.

Mood swings / anger - this has been since I was little. I am a very patient person, pretty calm - but sometimes, especially when I'm in a "brain fog" I get so angry at everything and nothing. I shattered my windshield, dent walls, fridges, etc, I punch bite scream and tear (objects NEVER people!!!) but I do get very rude and mean to people - but I'd never hurt someone. Well, now - when I was younger I'd go crazy and rip out my sister's hair and kick people but I was only 4 or 5!!!

Sometimes I get severe anxiety and panic attacks.

As mentioned, I have rashes / thrush come and go.

I have joint - mostly hip - pain that comes and goes. It gets to the point where I limp and my wife jokes about it, but it really hurts! I get stiff easy and even walking up stairs my knees shoot pain. This comes and goes, but is usually not present - maybe once or twice a month - but has been getting more frequent lately.

I get migranes a few times a year - probably unrelated.

ALWAYS HUNGRY!!! This symptom gets better and worse, and it's not too bad as of the past week or so. I know I'm a guy, guys can eat a lot, esp at 23, but It's not just like I can eat, my body feels like it's screaming FEED FEED FEED! And it almost panics me because I'll eat everything we have to eat and feel starving, even when my stomach is full I still feel hungry, but that extreme-full feeling is usually enough to satisfy my body for the time being. And I try not to over-eat but I get grumpy and irritable when I feel hungry all day long. But it just feels like I'm starving to death sometimes.

Also I crave a LOT of sweets and alchohol - something I've read on candida forums before.

My weight jumps all over the place from 165 - 185 , never goes over or below that though.

Occasional bouts of depression. These are usually short lived, a few days max, but it's pretty severe. I don't think straight and have some scary thoughts. These come and go with other symptoms, so I don't think this is just "depression" on it's own.

So here's the list summed up:
I'm sure there's more I'm forgetting but, well, my brain is in a fog as usual so oh well.
  • Symptoms
  • Frequent loose stool - 3 - 5 times a day
  • Oily looking stool
  • Brain Fog / Confusion
  • Loss of focus, drive, energy, distracted
  • Tired, always
  • Mood Swings - Anger
  • Anxiety / Panic Attacks
  • Frequent Rashes, thrush
  • Joint Pain / stiff
  • Always Hungry
  • Crave sweets and alcohol
  • Weigh fluctuates from 165 - 185 regularly

These symptoms come and go together, and honestly, I just with I felt like my mind was working. That's the hardest part.
Doing all the research I can, things keep leading me back to Systematic Candida Infection. Is it the cause? I'm not a doctor. But I wanted to get others' input and advice.

Thank you so much.

 
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Old 07-02-2013, 05:13 PM   #13
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Re: Life-long symptoms in search of cure - candida?

Hi
I am learning this board, and thanks for sharing your story.
My husband has many of these symptoms and has had them for several years. He had surgery and got an infection that was very hard to cure, he was on vancomycin (sp) for 6 months, and has a battle with yeast ever since. He will not stay away from sweets or beer. I am tearing my hair out because his moods are really bad, so bad I hardly know him any more
He wants to blame me for our problems, but I ain't buyin' it
Would love to hear what if any things help.

 
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