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Candidiasis or thrush is a fungal infection (mycosis) of any of the Candida (genus) species (all yeasts), of which ''Candida...Read on Wikipedia
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I have a history of Psoriasis and Lupus. My lupus had me on years of Prednisone and other awful drugs. Before getting off my lupus treatments one of which was Methotrexate I kept getting really bad ear infections that quickly purferated my ear drum causing me to need strong antibiotics. I juice fasted hoping to cure myself of Lupus and skin rashes. About a year and half ago I even water fasted for 14 days. I currently have major candida rashes mixed with aggravated psoriasis rashes and I feel completely deficient/anemic and just plain awful. My scalp and places I've never had rashes are under attack with severe itching. I almost ordered the product being sold as Candida Cell Wall Suppressor then came across a site that sold Lufenuron. I ordered it and hope to God it helps me. After I get it and start the treatment I will post my results. My question to anyone out there is does anyone also have severe rashes especially on face, eyelids, scalp, ears and back of ears that peels/ burns and itches? When I scrub my skin in the shower to get the roughness under control it almost feels like fine sandpaper. Since this last outbreak I'm on a candida type diet with lots of veg, cold water fish, no sugar or processed foods, with high doses of fish oil three times a day and it feels like no matter what I do my body isn't absorbing the nutrients. Any advice would be appreciated! I feel like my skin is dehydrating no matter how much water I drink! I'm even taking Blue Green Algae for minerals. I just want to feel somewhat normal again.
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