How Do You Know If You Have Systemic Candida?
Greetings! Eric Bakker. Naturopath. Author of Candida Crusher. Formulator of the CanXida range of supplements. Today we're going to talk about systemic yeast infection. How do you know if you've got a systemic yeast infection? You'll know.
To start with, you won't be on this computer listening to this video, unless you're in a hospital bed. You'll probably have serious fever and chills and especially if they're non responsive to medication. As I mentioned in a previous video, this is a commonly confused area where a lot of people I see actually believe they've got systemic Candida. They haven't got systemic Candida at all. They've got a gastrointestinal yeast infection. I'm going to read out a list I've got up here of the people who are more prone to getting a systemic yeast infection. People with a central venous catheter put in the chest or in your neck if you're in hospital. You've got a line there.
Often just by putting this line in alone makes you a sitting duck for a yeast infection. Many healthcare workers actually transfer Candida from one patient to another. Just being in a hospital alone significantly increases your risk of a systemic yeast infection. Don't go to the hospital. Try and keep out of these damn things. Patients in the Intensive Care Unit with a lot of invasive procedures have a higher risk.
People who have weakened immune systems for example. Organ transplant, HIV/AIDS, on cancer chemotherapy. People who've taken broad spectrum antibiotics. Why would you even want to take antibiotics in the first place? I've talked many times how ridiculous it is that people get them for a cut on their finger and get put for 10 days on penicillin. Just use flipping tea tree oil.
It's going to work. People who have a very low neutrophil count. Neutropenia is a condition we find often with people with suppressed immune function.
This very commonly occurs with people on various medications. People who have kidney failure or are on hemodialysis are also at a higher risk. People who have got diabetes and also people who've had different kinds of surgeries are more prone. Have you noticed how a lot of these things I'm saying are linked with the medical system? Operations, medications.
So once you get sick, there is a high chance you could get sicker and sicker. I believe that hospitals are not a good place to get well. It's good to stay out of the hospital.
Hospitals have the potential to make you sicker. They're a great place for broken bones or if you've fallen while drunk and you've fallen off a balcony or something like that, then you need to go to hospital. You've cut your hand off with a power saw, then you need to go to hospital. Things like that. But be careful, because many medical procedures if you can avoid them, may be linked with seriously weakening your immune system and increasing your risk.
There are many super infections in hospitals now. I can't tell you how many people I've seen that had a medical procedure who've come out of hospital, and who have never been well since. Could take six or twelve months to get them back in full health again. So, how do you know if you've got a systemic yeast infection? You're going to be seriously sick if you've got one. Chances are you probably won't have one, you'll have a gastrointestinal yeast infection, or you'll have a vaginal one or toenail or jock itch or other kind of skin infection, but you probably won't have one affecting you systemically. They diagnose by blood test. It'll be picked up in a couple of days.
You'll get the lab report back. That's how you know if you've got one. I'd be careful of people who also believe they can diagnose yeast infection with live blood cell analysis. I don't really believe that it's possible to do that, and if you do go to a practitioner who does live blood cell analysis and tells you, "You've got Candida in your bloodstream!" I'd be very wary of those kinds of people, because I can't see a lot of science behind that. Thanks for tuning in. Don't forget to click on the link below in the description box if you want my report if you haven't already got it. Don't forget to subscribe. Thanks for tuning in.
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