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Nystatin by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:03pm As you may or may not know, it is believed that many autistic children have yeast overgrowth in their digestive track which exacerbates their autistic behavior by giving off toxins in the body, and deteriorating the lining in their GI track, allowing substances that are not properly broken down to cross into the blood stream. Once all these tast ... Read on »
Nystatin Treatment Alternatives by Ted K. Posted Tue 17 Apr 2012 6:42pm Nystatin is commonly prescribed by doctors to treat fungal infections such as yeast infections in patients. While sometimes this may be a necessary treatment protocol, it never addresses the underlying problem. Also, because of nystatin’s potential side effects it shouldn’t be used on a regular basis. What is Nystatin This chemical works by inter ... Read on »
Nystatin - Day 5 by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:03pm So some really cool stuff happened yesterday. Jennifer, Chandler's floortime therapist, was really happy after their session in the morning as he was doing some appropriate play. He was taking people figures and putting them in the swings and on the benches, and taking turns with her better than he had before on the interactive games they were ... Read on »
Nystatin after two weeks by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:03pm So it was good, then bad, then good again and now blah. He responded pretty well for the first 5 days or so, coping with things better, not getting frustrated very easily, more eye contact with mommy. Then things took and a turn and he was back to where we started. I called the doc and he said to make sure he was not getting any sugar at a ... Read on »
Is this fungus hidden inside you making you ill? by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 17 Sep 2008 12:34am 7 Comments Could hidden fungus be making you ill? Let me tell you about a patient who came to my office recently. She was just 35 but suffered from a laundry list of health problems. She had chronic fatigue, recurrent yeast infections, itchy ears, dandruff, irritable bowel syndrome, muscle twitching, acne rosacea, malabsorption, headaches, and mo ... Read on »
Viral Infection of the tongue by Sandy Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:44pm Good Evening my friends, well it's been a while since my last post. I am still recovering from the " Pleuritic Pneumonia" today is day 12 of my Prednisone treatment. Before I was hospitalized with the pneumonia I had been complaining about my tongue hurting so much and blistering, I was put on a mouth rinse called " NyStatin" in sort of helpe ... Read on »
How To Correct Candida Yeast Overgrowth by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 28 Oct 2009 11:00pm Four Steps to Correct Yeast OverGrowth 1. Decrease the amount of yeast in the body by using antifungal preparations 2. Stop feeding the existing yeast by limiting the foods and drugs that cause the yeast to multiply. 3. Rebuild the immune system through a nutritional supplementation program 4. Create a non – toxic environment in your ... Read on »
Four Steps To Correct Yeast Overgrowth by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 13 Oct 2010 4:44am Four Steps to Correct Yeast Overgrowth 1. Decrease the amount of yeast in the body by using antifungal preparations 2. Stop feeding the existing yeast by limiting the foods and drugs that cause the yeast to multiply. 3. Rebuild the immune system through a nutritional supplementation program 4. Create a non – toxic environment in your ... Read on »
4 Steps To Correct Candida by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Oct 2011 9:27am Four Steps to Correct Yeast Overgrowth 1. Decrease the amount of yeast in the body by using antifungal preparations 2. Stop feeding the existing yeast by limiting the foods and drugs that cause the yeast to multiply. 3. Rebuild the immune system through a nutritional supplementation program 4. Create a non – toxic environment in your ... Read on »
The Purple People Eater by Stephanie B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 6:30pm Aiden went to see Dr. Pediatrician this morning for the spots in his mouth. And it is thrush. She gave us two options for treatment - Nystatin or "Painting him purple." Nystatin is 2mL 4 times a day with a syringe. That isn't going to happen. Aiden HATES syringes. So, I asked how quickly the other stuff worked. Dr. Pediatrician said it wo ... Read on »