this is AMBILY.i am 29.i have a baby.he is 15 months now.
my problem is last DECEMBER onwords i have been feeling a sort of bitter taste in my throught.not always only some times,maximum 6 times a day.day by day it is getting bad.three weeks back i met my GP.he said its a chronic fungal infection and he prescribed NYSTAN oral suspension andAqueous Nsal Spray.i have been taking for the last 3 weeks.but no change.now i have head ache and neck pain.i am waiting for my specialist appoinment.because of these problems now i feel stress.
so i would like to know what is my problem?
My husband found out that he has a yeast intolerance which is fungal related. He gave up anything that is yeast or fungal related- breads, pretzels, (read on foods what might contain yeast) and he had to give up all sugar (including milk and milk products, fruit etc..) for several months because sugar feeds yeast and fungus. He is completely better, his symptoms even included back pain down the middle of his back and several rashy spots on his body. He feels better over all.
I hope this helps!
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