I have suspected systemic yeast might be the cause of some of my ongoing health issue including a fungal infection on my face that I have been battling for weeks. I am day on day four of an anti candida diet. I did not go for the whole extreme cleanse but I have cut out all sugar, sweeteners, caffeine, alcohol, fermented foods, moldy foods, dairy and wheat. Have been taking a good quality probiotic an drinking an anti fungal tea(pau d'arco). I have been running and doing yoga the past few days. I always shower right after exercise. This afternoon my vagina and anus area have an uncomfortable burning feeling. I used o get yeast infections and doesn't have the same itch or any discharge. No off order either. I wondered if this was Bacterial vaginitis, but could it be from yeast die off? Would I experience die off this early into the diet? I was just at the Gyn 2 week ago for my annual and everything was fine and have not had sex since. Married with 3 kids so no std's not an issue. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
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