No, 14 years later, I am 30 years old and I am not. Do something quickly because your symptoms will worsen and progress, and sometimes take a more mental/depressive turn. It's really hard to cure because it's due to an immune system imbalance. The good news is you don't die of it even if it can be so annoying. But you can control it as long as you don't fall in your old habits. What helps me is that I see a good physician who understand my condition and who is specialized in that kind of problems. He sees more and more young males facing this problem due to Antibiotics in food, overwhelming pollution everywhere and poor north american diet. You have to eat organic meat, veggies and no gluten/lactose, drink plenty of water, no smoking, no alcohol, no drugs, no advil, no fast food, no sugar. Also take natural antifungals. Just live according to how your body as been designed to live. Simple as that. It's better to have that kind of warning than cancer.