Pathology Test For Candida

How Can I Cure My Yeast Infection Naturally

Good day there, Eric Bakker. Here's a questionfrom Jenny. Jenny lives in Alabama. I think that's in America, Alabama. Eric, how can I cure my yeast infection naturally? This is a question I get asked quite regularlyfrom people. Many people are concerned about pharmaceutical drugs. They're not interestedin looking at pharmaceutical intervention or medical treatment for their yeast infectionbecause they've been there, done that, it doesn't work; vaginal infections, toenailinfections, jock itch, there are many different types of yeast infections that simply don'trespond permanently to pharmaceutical intervention.

Natural treatment is different. We're notjust treating the symptoms here. We're going to look at the causes. We're going to getyou to be accountable to make some changes and your body is going to respond by gettingrid of this yeast infection permanently and naturally. So one way to cure your yeast infection naturallyis to look at holistic, is to avoid pharmaceutical drugs entirely, keep away from antibiotics,the pill, hormone replacement therapy, antiinflammatory drugs, steroidal drugs, any type of drugs.You just need to watch out for these pharmaceutical medications. They create side effects andthey're going to give you problems long term,

and then you end up with two types of problems:your yeast infection and symptoms of a disease which you to eventually get on top of as well. Naturally curing Candida involves diet andlifestyle and using natural medicines. And there are many tutorials you'll find on my channelwhich are going to go indepth about the natural ways to cure a yeast infection. There aremany very good natural medicines that will do exactly this that will cure the infectionpermanently without side effects and it's exactly what you want if you're looking fora natural cure. So I hope that answers your question. Anymore questions? You're bound to find them

on my YouTube channel. If you can't find them,please contact me on Candidacrusher and ask me your question and I'll reply to it.Subscribe to my channel; you're bound to find a lot of questions on there that will answeryour questions and you'll be the first one to find out about my new tutorials as well. Andplease go to yeastinfection to complete my yeast infection survey. Thank you.

How Can I Test For The Presence Of Gut Dysbiosis

Greetings. It's Eric Bakker, naturopath fromNew Zealand and author of Candida Crusher. Thanks for checking out my tutorial. Let's lookat the testing for dysbiosis today. There are many different tests to determineif you've got dysbiosis and also what level you've got dysbiosis, like how good it is,how bad it is, how severe it is, so I like testing. Not because I test everybody, buttesting with patients if they're chronic and particularly if I haven't seen them beforewill set a benchmark. It will give me an indication of where that patient really is, what theirstarting point is. It's a bit like if you're coming to me for weight loss. It pays to measureyourself and weigh yourself and then file

that away and then dump your scales, get ridof them. I don't like people weighing themselves every five minutes. And then let's just havea look three or six months down the track to see what kind of changes have occurred.And it's the same with testing. I'm not a big fan of testing all the time, but I likedoing one good stool test upfront to give me a bit of a ballpark on where my patientis. It's quite clever. So what kind of tests can you do to determineif you've got dysbiosis? What's a clever thing to do? My favorite test is the stool test.I've spoken about this on other tutorials before, but a CDSA x 3, including parasitology, comprehensivedigestive stool analysis x 3, so it's three

samples, including parasites, is the goldstandard for testing. These tests can vary between $300 and $500. They're not cheap,but having crappy health long term is not cheap either. It's going to wreck your life.You're better off doing a really good test upfront and then getting an expert to go throughthe test results with you to give you an idea on what's going on. I'm not an expert by anymeans. I've done stool testing now for 23 years. I think that I've got a reasonablygood level of proficiency, but there are people out there that are way more expert than Iam. But I'm certainly happy to interpret test results for you for a consultation fee. Thisis what I've done for a long time now. Stool

tests give me a ton of information about yourgut function, a ton. It's like hooking up a modern car to a computer and analyzing thegases and the compression ratios and all these things. A good technician will get a printoutand know exactly what's happening with that car. And that's why I like the stool testbecause I've gotten lots of very useful information. I can put it all together and come up witha very powerful protocol for dysbiosis or Candida or IBS or SIBO or whatever gut problemyou've got. Let's have a look at dysbiosis and the stooltest. What are we going to find? We're often going to find low levels of beneficial bacteria.So a good stool panel will have the beneficials,

the commensals, and the bad guys. Good people,bad people or ISIS, or telebomber if you want to call them, and I call them the politiciansin the middle. Guys that will go either way depending on where the majority go. Not allpoliticians are like that. I'm not into politics. But from what I gather from politics, a politicalparty can one day go left or one day go right depending on the majority.I'm going to look in your stool test for three or four plus on the beneficial species. Manypatients I see have got one plus and even NG, which is no growth. That is no good. Youwant to have lots of beneficial bacteria. If you've got lots of commensals or E.colithat have shifted from good into maybe not

so good and low levels of beneficials, you'regoing to have a likelihood of quite major SIBO on your hands and dysbiosis. The furtherwe go down the panel, we start looking at Candida culture. Candida we look at with microscopyin the stool and also we culture the stool. If we can grow yeast from the stool, it'sbad. You shouldn't pass out live yeast from the stool.And then we go further. We look at another marker that I look at for SIGA or circulatoryIgA. This is the body's most abundant immunoglobulin or antibody. Your body makes up to a gramof this stuff per day in the bowel, mainly to bind with pathogens like parasites or badcell fragments or all sorts of crap that wants

Oral Pathology in Flint MI Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons Dental Implant Center

Hello, I'm Michael Frey. I am a Michiganboard certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon at Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons DentalImplant Center. Oral pathology refers to diseases that candevelop inside your mouth, salivary glands, or jaws. Although the majority of oral pathologiesare benign, it is always important to get proper evaluation and treatment of any orallesions by an expert. Improper or delayed diagnosis can lead to severe complicationsor the need for more extensive surgical procedures. Some examples of oral pathological processesinclude white or red lesions, ulcers, cysts or tumors of the jaw, salivary glands, ortissue on the inside of your mouth, and oral

cancers. If you notice a lesion or sorenessin the mouth or jaws that does not go away or worsens, then it is important to alwayshave an expert evaluation. Many oral pathologies are not necessarily painful, but they shouldstill be evaluated and properly treated. When you are in need of oral pathology screening,an oral and maxillofacial surgeon is the most qualified medical provider to diagnose andtreat the condition. During your initial consultation we will complete a full review of your healthhistory, a al exam, and review any necessary radiographs. In addition we have an inoffice3D scanner to better image bony lesions and pathologies. In some cases, a biopsy willbe recommended. We will fully discuss our

recommendations and create a personalizedtreatment plan for the restoration of your oral health.Our offices in Flint and Saginaw serve a wide region here in Central Michigan and offera wide variety of treatments from IV sedation and wisdom teeth removal, to bone grafting,dental implant placement, and facial aesthetic procedures.Our team looks forward to caring for you at one of our stateoftheart oral surgery facilities.If you have any additional questions, please feel free to call or stop by our offices.Thank you.

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