Good luck with the Isocort. It hasn't really done much for me.
As far goes as the Threelac, I'll wait until I get my results and further testing done by the Endo, before I purchase anything else. I did some research on it, and a lot people are saying it's done nothing for them, and most people say they felt worse afterwards. You have to take it for a very long time, from what I'm reading, and I can't afford a $60 a month supplement (including tax and shipping).
Like I said, if the Endo comes back with nothing, I'll go down that road, but until then, nope.
Good luck with it though :)
I'm starting to get discouraged, because now I know what's wrong, but I'm worried that I wont find help.
All day I've have been thinking about
going to a NP...but they are not covered by insurance, so that's too expensive for me...but maybe it will be worth it. I don't know. Also, where I'm currently living they are not able to get a licence to pratice. This state does not want them to pratice.
I'm hoping that my Endo can do something too. I have a feeling that he's not that's why I started trying things...I didn't want to feel horrible up until my Endo visit in Dec.
I've only been taking Threelac for a month now...I'm just giving it a try. I'll let you know if I still like Threelac as the weeks go by. I have one extra box...they said that I should notice a big difference in 2 months. That's what I'm giving it 2 months. If I don't see a big difference then I wont be taking it anymore. I was desperate for relief, and I wasn't getting any help from doctors...so I gave it a try.
I think the reason why people take it for so long is to maintain balance. Once it's gone you don't have to take it for life...but it's not a horrible tasting product...so why not. Also, you will reduce the amount that you take once it's(candida) gone.