Newmama, I cleared out some room, try again
Nystatin is prescription in Australia too. Except for "nilstat" for babies, which is over the counter. And the stuff when you get it is full of crap. You can't get the pure stuff here. I would buy from Canada. I intend to when I "getaroundtoit".
|Does anyone have any experience with Fivelac? It has additional probiotics over Threelac and is supposed to help more with recolonization.
Thanks for any thoughts!
I haven't had it but I would think it would be better, having the extra probiotics in there. I haven't researched it either, to see what those other two do in the body, if it is a recolonisation thing or another yeast zapper. I'll have a look when I can.
|I'd love to hear other's experiences with threelac/fivelac. A few days after I started taking the stuff my yeast flared up, and it was *angry* (fighting back??). It seems to be subsiding a bit now. Nothing changed in my diet. Anyone else experience this?
I don't have any obvious symptoms of yeast, so I can't say it "flared up", but I know that it does happen. It's one of the main things to happen initially. It isn't that the yeast flares up in many cases, but that the chemicals released during the die off (which are usually what cause the symptoms anyway) are in much higher numbers - therefore symptoms are stronger.
For instance, in autism, it is the yeast chemicals
that reach the brain that mess up the functioning of the brain, not the yeast itself which reside in the colon. So when the autistic start killing yeast, they can get much worse before they get better as the dying yeast release all those chems straight into the system.
Eczema can get worse, and other skin conditions, basically whatever issue you have, it can get worse first - not exactly "die off symptoms", but it is
related to the death of the yeast.