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Re: Mercury, Lead, and Candida--My Health Nightmare & Recovery by nyckid10 ..... Candida & Dysbiosis Forum

Date:   10/29/2011 2:30:25 AM ( 11 years ago ago)
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Jerome I think it is very great that you posted that story. It gives hope to everyone severely struggling, and I think more of you people who are having success should post their own story so we can all make connections with our health problems. I have been chelating for the past 9 months with cutler's method and also IV DMPS. When I tried to get rid of this candida last year, I stayed on the diet for 6 months and took intense doses of antifungals, but only got worse because of constant die off without resolve. Now because of all of the chelating I have done, the candida is leaving me with such ease it is incredible. I sometimes even have trouble believing that this will all soon end, it's like it's too good to be true and I don't deserve it. I am truly amazed how much better I feel as the days go by, and slowly connect my health problems all throughout high school and college to these heavy metals and candida. It has affected my life to the fullest regarding my schoolwork, social life, sex life, and personal happiness (which I have not experienced any of). I also developed scary bad OCD. I have developed habits and routines which take up so much of my time and energy, and also contributes to my anxiety. I sometimes cannot read a sentence of anything I study at school without constantly obsessing over what is going on, and my concentration is certainly nonexistent. My friends cannot find me anywhere. I was supposed to apply to dental school this past summer, but because I had such intense brainfog, anxiety, and pain all around I could not even study for my dental admission test and decided to apply next year instead. I have lost a year where I could be in dental school, and this has everyone close to me such as family/friends questioning why I did it (obviously thinking that I am either lazy or just plain stupid). No one understands how absolutely hard this journey is, and being a full time student taking 18 credits of hard Science classes while doing it makes it even worse. I just feel that when I come out of this everyone is going to be shocked of my true potential. I believe that the only way I can make up for lost time of the best years of my life in high school and college is to do something incredible with the rest of my life, and have this journey motivate me to go hard at everything I do. When I am fully cured I will post a full story so that people can see that even though it can get so bad, it is possible to make a full recovery. Hope is certainly a very important factor in this process to anyone struggling!

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