Symptoms and diagnosis of yeast infection

The list of symptoms of “Vicious” Candida – Candidiasis is very long and extensive and the process of laboratory diagnosis is often unsuccessful because routine medical examinations usually give negative results. IF you do not know why you are not well (when all of results are regular and sterile), and despite this you feel tired, you have chronically symptoms of common cold, you get an allergic reaction, you feel weakness and decline in immunity, you express an extensive need for sweets, fizzy drinks, and alike. You may suspect that you have a problem with Candidiasis.

Symptoms can vary widely from one individual to another, depending on the overall health status (if an individual is on some kind of chemical therapy and alike).

Symptoms of Candidiasis may affect the gastrointestinal system (digestive organs), repsiratory system, skin, urogenital organs, senses, musculo-skeletal system, intorelance of the organism to certain food, artificial flavors and colors, the nervous system.

Yeast infection symptoms

In addition to medical laboratory methods of diagnosis for Candida, which often fail to diagnos Candida, there is a new home method of diagnosing Candida in certain cases.

Yeast infection (Candida) – Home test

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When you get upm in the morning, fill up a clean glass with water, do not brush your teeth, drink water or eat, but you pick up as much saliva as you can and spit into the glass of water.
When you spit in the glass, if the saliva stays on the surface floating, and if the water is completely clear when you look at it from the side, there is no “vicious” Candida.

Candida survives in most conditions, and in case it is present, the saliva streches like cobweb through the water at a larger or smaller extent, with the ability to make a white layer at the bottom of the cup that looks like curdled milk, then it is Candida.

If you are on some kind of chemical therapy, this test may fail because the chemical medications conceal “vicious” Candida. Fot the time being, this method of diagnosing Candida can show the presence of Candida in the respiratory organs, oral cavity, and very ofthen systematic Candidiasis. This method is increasingly used only for two years, so its performance in diagnosing various Candida species is yet to be confirmed. Based on this, the best method of diagnosing Candida is to track symptoms that are durable and resistant to treatment and thus identify the Candidiasis.