That's correct, I've tried the Nystatin before when I wasn't on a diet. I'm ordering it again since I'm a month into this diet now. If you do research on dividing yeast and fungus build up you can see the scary things it can do. They belive yeast has alot more to do with Cancer now more so tha never. Nobody should avoid it and ignore it if a lab confirms they have any sort of infectious yeast as someone said in another thread.
I've had alot of help from kim on these boards through emailing her. I'm not sure why Nystatin is hurting you so much, it doesn't get absorbed it attacks the walls of the yeast and breaks it down. Perhaps that's what it was doing for you? Not sure really. Have you confirmed you have yeast? I did the parasitetesting.com they've found everything to be ok except for me having dividing yeast (which is bad, nomatter what a certain someone says, just google it).
If you can confirm it, it would probably be better, however if you want the anti-yeast diet plan I can provide you with it. It was tough for the first couple of weeks but im used to it now and I feel good and it's helped cut down on alot of my symptoms and trips to the restroom and urgency. I'm waiting for the Nystatin to come in again to maybe be more effective than me eating sugars and such while taking it.
I've found that 1,200MG of Caprylic Acid (from Swanson Vitamins) 3 times a day is working out pretty well.
I've always listened to people on these forums saying diet does nothing, because I loved my foods. I was ignorant and never tried it. Now knowing I have dividing yeast and and been on the diet for a month now I'm really ashamed of myself. I've never been in remission for the 7 years I've had this disease.
Also, since last August I stopped all my meds and started on LDN (low dose naltrexone) I've noticed huge improvements but was still going to the bathroom alot and not formed stools. I think the LDN has hlped with the auto-immune part of my disease and in that 6-7 years the bad shape of my colon allowed that dividing yeast/fungus to grow so now if I get rid of that I really hope to be ok. We'll find out..
Edit: Oh, and the lab lets you know if it is Candida or dividing yeast or whatever else. They did not find any Candida type yeast.
Post Edited (Eric704) : 8/24/2007 7:00:57 PM (GMT-6)