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Male Yeast Infection Need internal And External Treatment

First of all, I'd like to thank the many menwho have purchased my book, Candida Crusher, in the past 12 months. This has shown manymen also suffer from yeast infections that are interested in looking at a resolutionand also clearly shows me that yeast infection is not a women's problem like many practitionersunfortunately think it is. Many men suffer from yeast infection of theprivate areas of the inner thigh, of the scrotum or in the rectal area, and also around thepenis, the glans penis. All those areas can drive a guy crazy when they become infectedwith Candida Albicans. I've seen many hundreds of men come to mecomplaining of these symptoms. Some of them

have got mild problems and, in fact, somepatients are pretty desperate and even suicidal because they've been sent from one to another and given some vaginal cream or some stupid treatment, which generallydon't resolve anything at all. If you're a guy watching this now and havegot a men's yeast infection, I can help you. I've helped many men, so you'll find a lotmore in Chapter 4 in my book on some quick solutions and also yeastinfection hasgot some good ideas on it. So what are you going to do if you've gota yeast infection and you're a guy? You just going to use Vagisil or something like that?Don't laugh, but this is something that many

men have told me that's been recommended tothem by their general practitioner. It's quite a stupid treatment. Yeast infection requires internal treatmentas well as external treatment. It's very important you tackle this area on a couple of differentfronts if you want to get a good resolution. Internal treatment, I mean you need to cutout alcohol for some time. So if you're a guy watching this now and you've got a yeastinfection of the penis or the rectal area driving you crazy, it's itchy, and you'redrinking beer or wine or spirits and you think you can cure it with some cream, well, you'rewasting your time. You need to make some changes.

You really need to make some changes to yourdiet and lifestyle long term to stop feeding this yeast infection, to reduce the food supply. It's very important that you consider thispoint that 'm making here. I've seen all too many people who just consider it an externalproblem that needs a cream. So you can read more of my writings on ericbakker as wellregarding diet and lifestyle. You need to need make changes. So what kind of changesdo you need to make? What I think is one of the better diet approachesfor the guy is the MEVY diet, so meat, eggs, vegetables, and yogurt. So a kind of Paleoapproach is going to work well, but I don't

want you just eating a whole bunch of meat,barbeques and foods like that and ribs. You need to have plenty of vegetable matter aswell, green leafy vegetables. The fermented and cultured foods are important,too, to put good bacteria back into the body, so good quality yogurt and kefir is also good.Kefir is quite an important food to eat to put lots of beneficial bacteria there. Changeof pH of the gut. But probably by far the biggest one for males is cutting out alcoholfor some time. I'll tell you now, guys, if this problem is really driving you crazy,and you are really at your wit's end and want to get rid of this problem, you need to listenup. You need to make those changes because

treating this thing purely on the externalis a waste of time. Okay. It really is a waste of time. You can cure this thing completely.I had really bad jock itch in my 20s to the point where it drove me nuts. I was itchingand scratching the skin. It was bleeding. Having a shower or going swimming was justa nightmare. It was pain. It stopped me from wanting to have relationships. I got verydepressed over the whole thing, so if this is you right now, I've been where you are. You can cure this thing completely, right?But you need to make those changes for at least three to six months, and you need todo the external treatment. And you can read

How Do You Diagnose Yeast Infections

Hi there, Eric Bakker, author of Candida Crusher.Thanks for tuning into this tutorial today. Today, I'd like to talk to you a bit aboutdiagnosing yeast infections. On how to diagnose yeast infections, the importance of diagnosingyeast infection. You may be a person who has a particular interestin trying to understand if he or she has a yeast infection, and what are the best waysto go about diagnosing this yeast infection. Up until fairly recently, a lack of scientificevidence of very high quality, scientifically validated tests have certainly affected usfrom really trying to work out if a patient did have a yeast infection or not. There aremany different tests you can do. I've completed

over a thousand stool tests on patients overthe years, and don't tend to test as much as I used to test these days unless I've gotparticular cases or severe cases of long duration. I will often still do a stool test for thatreason. But in many cases, the signs and symptoms and the presenting pattern that the patientcomes into the with will often be enough for me to understand if they've got a significantyeast infection or not. For you, it may be very important at hometo work out quot;Do I have a yeast infection or don't I have one?quot; What are the best waysto go about that? If you look at Chapter 3 in my book, Candida Crusher, you'll find avery extensive list of signs and symptoms

of the common ones and the not so common ones.You'll also find sections on how to diagnose yeast infections in or how to recognize thispattern in children, men and women. And you're going to find some interesting stuff there;things that you may not have even thought about. Many practitioners tend to overlook many ofthe subtle signs of a Candida yeast infection. They only look for the very obvious patternslike skin itching or diarrhea or bowel problems. But many people tend to forego one of thesymptoms that we could easily pass off as something else. And one of those, in particular,is brain fog or what some people call quot;fibro

fogquot;, a fibromyalgia fog. Brain fog is somethingI see particularly common with a lot of chronic cases. Joint inflammation, painful muscles,visual disturbances, black spots before the eyes, popping sounds in the ears, the listgoes on and on, and you can read that in Chapter 3 of my book and yeastinfection will alsohave a relatively good list of signs and symptoms and other things to pick up for. I certainlyencourage you to have a look at that site, and particularly my book, for a lot more information. In tutorials up ahead, I'm going to go to intomuch more detail about conventional testing and diagnosing of yeast infections. Explaina bit more about that; explain about the two

different types of blood tests that swill do, a urine test, the stool test. I'll also talk about functional medicine testingor testing that I do, stool testing in particular, which I find very, very useful for pickinga whole raft of information up off the patient to really allow me to accurately pinpointtreatment. I think you're going to find stool testing quite beneficial. Please read the information that you findon my site, yeastinfection . And if that's not enough for you, there's plenty of informationon that site. You can always get my book, Candida Crusher. And please join our mailinglist if you've not already joined my mailing

list. This tutorial will be part of an extensiveCandida Crusher educational course which I'm offering online for free for people if youdon't wish to purchase my book just yet or maybe later but want a lot of good free information.This will be one tutorial in a series of many tutorials for such people to learn. We're talking about diagnosing yeast infectionstoday, but as I said, there'll be tutorials coming up on stool testing and conventional testingas part of this series. I hope you found this information useful todayand thank you for joining me. Thank you.

Case Study 20 Eric Bakker Chronic Candida Yeast Infection

I'm going to do another case history, andthis is going to be my case history. It's going to be quite different. This is a 25yearoldguy called Eric Bakker. In 1986, he was just turning 26. So this is my own personal story.You might like to hear my personal story on how I came to really develop a burning passionfor helping people like you out there with Candida.You may like to hear my own personal story about the yeast infection I used to have whenI was in my 20s. I used to live by myself in a small house in a place called Brisbanein Australia, and this little house was in a suburb that was prone to flooding. It wascheap rent, and I was working in a flourmill

at the time. I'd been living on my own forabout five years at that point. One week I would work the day shift. One week I'd workthe afternoon shift. And the following week, I would work the night shift.I started to feel increasingly stressed and tired and one winter developed a bad cough.It got worse to the point where I took an antibiotic. My little house was cold and damp,and I had to bail water out of my bedroom after it rained heavily. I did tell you itwas cheap rent. The walls were covered in a thin, moist film that I later discoveredwas mold. My diet wasn't the best at times. I was craving sweet foods, take out, and lotsof bread. Either my bowels were blocked or

I was experiencing diarrhea and lots of gas.I felt terrible, and my health was going downhill fast. My skin started to get itchy and I developeda bad case of athlete's foot and jock itch. To give you a background on all this, a fewyears prior, I had 13 amalgam fillings replaced over a period of two weeks in 1983. I startedto notice that my health was beginning to deteriorate and by early '85, I was feelingincreasingly anxious. I developed skin rashes, athlete's foot, and many manifestations ofa Candida yeast infection, all unbeknown to me at the time, including very strong sweetcravings. I had issues with my girlfriend who thoughtI was a hypochondriac because my health had

deteriorated to the point where I had to seekmedical help. But the was of little help because all the tests results came backnormal, and he wanted me to see a psychiatrist. I knew I wasn't going crazy. I knew that therewas something undermining my health, and I couldn't put a finger on it until I read theYeast Connection by William Crook and then later I read the Missing Diagnosis by Orion Truss. I've read about 50 books since then on Candida, but the first one byCrook was quite a good book. My girlfriend at the time started to doubtme and told me that my problems were all in my head. A view strongly supported by hermother and that I needed to wake up to myself.

See a shrink and take antidepressants. Idecided to end that unsupportive relationship and move out of their flat and had a garagesale a few weekends later to downsize. A naturopath was looking through some of my gear at a garagesale and asked me why I had dark circles under my eyes. I told her about my health and thefirst thing she told me was to get a hair analysis to determine the mercury levels becauseshe thought the mercury fillings being replaced, it could have caused a problem. And she saidthere may be a connection there with that and the Candida.I went to see her and showed her Crook's book, and what she said made a heck of a lotof sense. And I started getting treatment

for my yeast infection. Unfortunately, shedidn't walk me through a proper mercury detoxification, I felt very, very sick, and I had a bad Herxheimerreaction. I had a lot of vomiting and diarrhea for quite a few weeks. And this, in fact,was one of the lowest points in my life. When at one point, I had considered taking my ownlife because I was so unsupported. No one wanted to listen to me. I felt terrible. The told me I was nuts. My mother said I was crazy. My girlfriend didn't listen.Is it any wonder people jump off bridges or do crazy things? If no one is there to listento you at all, all the doors get closed in your face. There's no support at all. What'sthe point in living even? When you're at your

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