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Old 11-24-2008, 02:18 AM   #1
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c-diff vs candida?

hi all - does anyone know how to tell the difference between these two? i think i might have a little bit of both, but the c-diff scares the living daylights out of me. i was slacking on my probiotics and diflucan b/c it's all so expensive and i thought i had it under control. i just started taking 2 culturelle and 1 florastor 2 times a day with 1 fungal defense each time. i read about the oregano on another board and might try to add that. i've also been taking 100 mg of diflucan a day, but i had to stop my Heparin to do that.

what about c-diff? can that be stopped? that one is the one i'm most afraid of, and i'm afraid I have some of the symptoms.

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Old 12-01-2008, 08:29 AM   #2
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Re: c-diff vs candida?

C-Diff is usually caused by antibiotics. The best known cure is a drug called flagyl. Unless someone else knows another way to cure it. Don't take flagyl and drink alcohol, you will be violently ill. Good Luck

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