Yeast Tests That Take The Guesswork Out of Treating This Illness

 


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Candida yeast infection is one of the most over self diagnosed conditions there is. Many people in a search for what is wrong with them, will attribute all their symptoms to candida. The symptoms of true candida yeast infection can cover such a very wide range of symptoms it will seem to fit their situation so the misdiagnoses is completely understandable.

However, many vitamin and mineral deficiencies will do the same thing.

For example:

A lack of vitamin B2 produces dermatitus, dandruff, acne, lesions in the mucous membranes, and lesions in the eyes which produce vision irregularities.

A deficiency in vitamin B5 include fatigue, sleep disorders, headaches, abdominal cramps, nausea, intestinal gas, vomit, followed by tingling in the extremeties.

A deficiency in B6 causes dermatitis, swelling of the tongue, vomit, gum ulcers, weight loss, and changes in the immune system.

A phosphorus deficiency will cause a softening of the bones, muscle weakness, tingling in the hands, fingers, feet or any part of the body. It can also make you very sleepy and mimics a calcium mineral deficiency whose common symptoms are; decreased reflexes, shaking, mental fatigue, and confusion.

A deficiency in magnesium causes glucose intolerance which is pre-diabetic, increases arterial plaque, and causes high blood pressure. People with low levels of this mineral become irritable, emotionally unstable, and have an decrease or increase in reflexes which causes a lack of muscle coordination. It can induce constipation, pms syndrome, lack of appetite, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, and mental confusion and shaking.

A sodium mineral deficiency has the symptoms of dehydration, dizziness, low blood pressure, mental confusion, and numbness.

A potassium deficiency can be represented by muscle weakness, facial paralysis, a distended abdomen, fatigue, lack of appetite, lack of energy, and muscle pain.

A chloride deficiency can cause hair loss, digestive problems, low production of hydrochloric acid, loss of teeth and dental carries.

Iron deficiencies cause anemia, which is characterized by pale skin, weakness, fatigue, altered mucous, palpitations, dry skin, hair loss, brittle hair, weak immune system, digestive disorders, and insomnia.

Manganese deficiencies are associated with weight gain, glucose intolerance, skin problems, low cholesterol levels, muscle-skeletal disorders, birth defects, change in hair color, and neurological problems.

The above is a small sample, and many of the symptoms reported by candida yeast sufferers are the same as some of these deficiencies. It can be easy to be confused as to what is wrong with you without candida testing.

Now if you have a full blown vaginal yeast infection then you obviously know what is wrong with you. But the question is?

  • How did you get it?
  • Why are you having such a hard time getting rid of it?
  • What is out of balance in your body causing it not to heal itself?
  • Why do the infections flare up around particular times of your menstrual cycle and then disappear only to come back again next month?
Without testing you are clueless to what is going on with your body and quite possibly, you are trying everything you can find with no success and its costing you a fortune! Not to mention the frustration and feeling of helplessness.

Food allergies are a major problem for 75% of the people with chronic yeast. Years of eating the wrong foods that trigger antibody production unknown to the person going through this, weakens the immune system over time. Add an antibiotic at one time or another and bingo, the candida yeast is off to the races.

Environmental toxins further weaken your body and immune system as they accumulate in the soft tissues. Excess heavy metals can give the candida yeast food in lean times. Candida yeast can attach to these molecules and travel throughout your body taking up residence elsewhere causing additional problems.

Candida tests and other health tests can give you the information you need to get to the heart and soul of what is wrong with you. This allows you to take the steps needed to put your health and life back together. You should seriously consider them for your own sake.

What Candida Tests Are Available to You?

The most common candida test can be performed by your doctor or obgyn. During a full blown vaginal yeast infection they can take a culture to determine the species. This is very helpful in the regard that certain species respond to certain prescription drugs better than others.

Candida glabrata for instance is another candida species that infects men and women in 25 to 35% of cases and is resistant to the drug diflucan. Glabrata responds well to topical flucytosine or topical boric acid. Candida tropicalis is also resistant to diflucan.

Other species can also cause vaginal yeast infections and each responds better to certain drugs and is resistant to others. Candida testing can sort this out for you, so you are taking the right prescription drug the first time, and not creating a drug resistant monster.

Note: I must add that if you treat your yeast infection by prescription means. You are still going to have to restore the body to health to prevent any reinfection with probiotics.

Intestinal Candida Tests

The organic acids candida test is one of the best tests I have seen that is all inclusive; meaning the candida test also checks 40 other metabolic functions of cellular physiology. This candida test includes compromised energy production, neurotransmitter metabolism, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and intestinal dysbiosis. Intestinal dysbiosis measures the byproducts of bacterial and yeast metabolism that are excreted in urine. High readings indicate an overgrowth of yeast in the body. It also measures amino acid needs relative to your health status, genetic tendencies, aging and oxidative status.

Clinically these markers offer valuable information into possible causative factors of dysfunctional cellular physiology; affecting one’s physical and mental performance, and overall health status. This test is invaluable for putting ones cellular health back together and getting to the root cause of your candida yeast infection so you get it under control for life.

The test results are very user friendly and come with supplement recommendations from doctors that believe in natural means to treat and prevent disease. As using colloidal silver.

The Organic Acids Test with Environmental Pollutants is also available so you can check on many everyday chemicals we are all exposed to that have proven to cause neuropsychological, and neuropsychological dysfunction, leukopaenia, dyspnoea, anemia, and certain cancers, to name but a few.

Basic Hormone Candida Tests are available to determine possible causes of recurring vaginal yeast infections. The test is done by saliva testing and is extremely accurate. This is the best way to determine what hormones your candida is feeding on so you can correct the problem depriving it of its food supply in the vagina. The side benefits of correcting any hormone imbalances is relief from premenstural syndrome and a strengthened immune system among others.

The Mineral Check Hair Analysis candida test is used to determine heavy metal levels that candida and other fungi feed on and use as a means of transportation. This candida test returns an accurate report of levels of eleven minerals, including calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, iodine, magnesium, manganese, molybedenum, strontium, sulfur, vanadium and zinc. The Toxin assessment report reveals the presence of nine toxic elements which includes aluminum, antimony, arsenic, bismuth, cadmium, lead, mercury, nickel and tin.

This candida test is important because candida yeast uses mercury and iron to survive and as a means of transportation throughout the body. Individuals with high levels of either one of these two metals will not be able to get rid of the candida yeast unless they address these two problems.

The Food Allergy candida test is extremely useful to get to more of the causes of candida yeast infections throughout the body. True food allergies are defined when the body produces antibodies to certain foods that the individual is allergic to. These allergies can be mistaken for colds or even give you a cold over time as the immune system becomes worn down from the constant battle of trying to remove these toxic substances from your body. Other symptoms can include fatigue, headache, anxiety, as well as itchy runny nose and puffy eyelids, and the allergies that caused them may go unrecognized for years.

It has been proven that food allergies lead to arthritis, gastrointestinal disorders, autoimmune disease, eczema, and migraines in certain individuals. These chronic illnesses take years to develop but the result is always the same.

This test screens for 96 different foods that are typical of the standard American diet. There are also vegetarian tests and both tests can be ordered with Environmental Pollutants added as well.

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