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What Cleanse Should I Do First ?

Can I do the candida detox first, Fallopian wise kit second and fertility cleanse the last?

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Oct 03, 2011
Cleansing To Increase Fertility
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

This sounds like a great plan!

Getting is of candida is a number one priority in so many women. This is fact can be the cause of blocked fallopian tubes. Make sure to follow the candida diet all the time by doing all of the cleans. make sure your partner follows the diet, too. This prevents cross infection. Do not forget to take high doses of acidophilus.

Doing the candida detox will help the Fallopian Wise Kit work faster and more effectively.

The fertility cleanse can come in between the Fallopian Wise or after.

Fertility Blessings!

Mar 07, 2012
Candida Detox
by: Anonymous

Hi.I'm taking the candida detox and fallow the candida diet. My question is:it is very important that my husband fallow the diet for candida?

It is ok that he only take the pills without follow the diet? Because he says this diet is very hard for him.

Please advice me what he has to do.


Mar 08, 2012
Candida Detox and Diet
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

It would be best if he could follow the diet as well, but in cases where this is difficult or not possible taking the pills will help.

In addition to the pills it woul dbe best to add egular high doses of a good probiotic containing 10 billion CFU per gram of Lactobacillus acidophilus and other beneficial bacteris, 2-3 times a day.

Many Blessings!

Mar 12, 2012
by: Anonymous

Hi,Today my husband went to the doctor and he diagnosis with epididymitis and prescribe antibiotics ( cipro) 500 mg for 15 days.i have two questions 1-epididymitis has to be somenthing with candida albicans? 2- is there any natural remedies for this ? because i don't want him to take antibiotics.please help me.thanks

Mar 12, 2012
Treating Epididymitis Naturally
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

Scientific studies have discovered that epididymitis can be caused by Candida glabrata and Candida albicans. This is often associated with diabetes or blood sugar imbalances.

Otherwise, epididymitis is rarely associated with Candida. Most likely bacteria that cause epididymitis are Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhoeae and E. coli. Other bacteria that cause urinary tract infection may also be responsible.

Other possible non-infectious causes of epididymitis are the reflux of urine through the ejaculatory ducts.

If the doctor prescribed an antibiotic, there is a ground to believe that a bacterial infection is responsible for the infection based on medical history and case taking of the symptoms.

Avoiding taking antibiotics may not be advisable if the infection is underway as the inflammation caused by the bacteria can cause obstruction of the epididymis and impair fertility.

A natural approach that supports antibiotic treatment should include ionic silver, garlic, oil of oregano (natural antibiotics) and acidophilus supplementation that keeps Candida under control and prevents side effects of antibiotics.

A preventive approach is using homeopathic remedies that address many aspect of the situation unique to the patient to prevent re-occurrence and damage as a result of the infection.

Consult with a homeopath or naturopath near you.

Many Blessings

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