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Candida Initial Diagnosis is
Crucial to Your Health

Symptoms of Candidiasis are generally intermittent and appear unrelated. Also, as Candida affects almost all the body systems, the symptoms too are wide-ranging. This multi-symptomatic nature of Candida is why conventional medicine has a hard time coming to an accurate diagnosis of Candida. From a holistic medicine point of view, Candida is a natural consequence of natural dysbiosis and the symptoms associated with Candida overlap and are similar to all degenerative diseases with an underlying condition of intestinal dysbiosis. So, healing requires treating the imbalance rather than focusing on Candida alone.

Candida Diagnosis

Anyone can become harmfully infected by Candida, as it is a part of the normal flora of the human body. Those particularly at risk are women on birth control pills, those taking steroids, cancer and HIV patients and those taking antibiotics frequently. Individuals with a poor diet, poor personal hygiene habits are also likely to develop symptoms of Candida overgrowth. Stress, too, is an important risk factor to consider.

In patients having a history of combination of many possible Candida symptoms, diagnosis of Candida may be suspected. Most common symptoms generally include abdominal pain with bloating, constipation, diarrhea, allergic symptoms and fatigue. If the onset of symptoms followed after taking antibiotics, birth-control pills or steroids, or during a stressful period, a diagnosis of Candidiasis may well be confirmed. It is possible to identify Candida from stool samples sent to specialized laboratories. However, this does not always reveal the true picture.

Alcohol and its breakdown products like acetaldehyde in blood may also be an indicator of the presence of Candida. A Candida immune complex assay test detects the presence of antibodies. Unfortunately, there is no standardization, making it difficult to interpret the results. In practice, the most useful test is, perhaps, the therapeutic trial of a recognized anti-Candida regime for one to two months, although, this may also give false negative results.

Before starting the anti-Candida diet it may be helpful to complete a Candida questionnaire which will give a score of the Candida rating. It can also chart the progress if the questionnaire is completed every six months or so. If the symptoms worsen for a few days after taking antifungals due to “die-off” reaction, then the diagnosis of Candidiasis may be pretty much confirmed.

A simple home saliva test performed first thing in the morning is a good method of Candida diagnosis. Fill a clear glass with water. Work up a bit of saliva and spit it into the glass of water. Check the glass every 15 minutes for an hour or so. Strings traveling down into the water from the saliva floating at the top or cloudy saliva that sinks to the bottom of the glass confirms the presence of Candida overgrowth.

Once the condition of Candidiasis is successfully diagnosed, it is necessary to take the required steps to cure it. A number of remedies are available for this fairly common condition. The best approach to take would be to follow a holistic remedial procedure so that your condition is not only cured, but also prevented from recurring in the future.

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