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In this recent study, Candida albicans was shown to cause inflammatory and autoimmune reactions that lead to arthritis, psoriasis and other skin rashes, multiple sclerosis, and many other conditions and diseases – http://candidaplan.com/blog/620/candida-linked-to-arthritis-multiple-sclerosis-psoriasis-and-other-autoimmune-conditions/

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Comments on: "Candida Linked To Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Psoriasis, and Other Autoimmune Conditions" (2)

  1. I believe I might be suffering from a systematic candida infection after a bout with staph in which I had a penicillin shot and 2 weeks of doxycycline. Since I have dealt with general painful lymph nodes, sebhorric dermatitis, what looks like yeast infection on my hands, general lethargy and even a bout I shingles that was originally diagnosed as ringworm. I have been super paranoid about HIV… Although I think it might be a opportunistic infection from the staph treatment 6 months ago. I sure hope so at least. Please feel free to email me. I would love to hear your thoughts.

    Thanks

    • Staph is normally a beneficial bacteria on the skin that protects against inflammation and skin damage. Due to the effects of antibiotics, it becomes a lethal infectious agent that can destroy the skin tissues, hence its reputation as a “flesh-eating” bacteria. Research shows that antibiotics also facilitate the entry of HIV into different tissues of the body. Antibiotics create systemic fungal candida infections in a relatively short period of time, 4-52 hours. Once you have had antibiotics, recently or 50 years ago, you can create a shift in the immune system that favors fungal and viral infections. This is called a Dominant Th2 Response. Candida can manipulate the immune system into this type of response. I would recommend doing the Plan to correct fungal and bacterial balance, and boost the Th1 immune response, which is more effective against fungus and viruses.

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