I get a lot of PM almost every day about candida. Sometimes, they are long writing about complicated health problems particular to everyone. You may understand I can not answer them because I am not a MD neither have time to do it. I have written many posts about candidiasis. My first years, I was learning many things and was ignorant and confused about many things.
People want to know how to overcome this syndrome in the same way I wanted the same some years ago.
They ask me what is my protocol but I don't have any protocol. I can mention what I think has been a key to my recover.
The secret is to attack this fungus hard in every possible way. Respect the diet. ( I didn't do it for many time and paid for it ) Don't do it yourself. The diet is very important.
Attack the overgrowth both way, rectally and orally. In this way you are covering most of the intestinal tract.
Use a systemic antifungal correctly at some point of the treatment. Better when you have some time attacking the intestines. Nystatin is a very effective antifungal. Kolorex, Garlic, Curcumin, Oregeno Oil, Cinnamon Oil, and Lauric Acid are my favorite natural antifungals. Use an enzyme such as Interfase to attack the yeast cell wall.
Enemas are vital.
Candidiasis may occur anywhere in the intestines but the colon is where the biggest overgrowth mostly is.
Don't spend your money buying pharmaceutical probiotics thinking they will resolve this syndrome. Save the money for antifungals and diet. Probiotics assist the recover of the gut flora but they don't implant permanently. Take them when you don't have more candida symptoms, at the end of your treatment. S.Boulardii is a good candidate to finish the treatment as well as a good prebiotic such as Lactofiltrum.
These are the things I think have helped me more. Over any thing, persistence. Continue, hit it night and day for all the necessary time.
Details about many things I have done are in the archives. Keep in mind I changed my mind many times during my learning curve. It is difficult but possible. Yes, very difficult for many people. A test to your endurance...