The Most Common Systemic Candida Symptoms
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Wednesday, 28 April 2010
The Most Common Systemic Candida Symptoms
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When you finish reading this article, you should have certain amount of knowledge about systemic Candida symptoms and how to eliminate Candidiasis for good. This disease is in fact, a kind of infection caused by a fungus named Candida. The fungus usually resides in various parts of our body such as the mouth, and vagina. When the fungus grows out of control, there can be serious consequences to the body.

The risk of Candida is greatly increased in the following situations: pregnancy, zinc deficiency, and diabetes. Candida will have a higher probability of happening when our natural resistance is weakened.

In order to spot vagina yeast infection Candida, the physician need to extract a sample from your vagina discharge and look at it through a microscope in order to find evidence of fungus.

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To detect vagina yeast infection, your doctor will take a small vagina discharge sample and use a microscope to find trace of fungus.

There are also several Candida systemic symptoms associated with the infection. You may feel great discomfort in the mouth and throat, as well as a burning and altered sense of taste.

When your throat is affected by Candida infections, the situation becomes a more serious one. Esophageal Candida is the name used for this kind of infection. The infection often occurs simultaneously with Candida thrush. Some of the symptoms are pain in chest, nausea, and painful swallowing. Since eating is very difficult when one is having this kind of infection, one often loses weight. If the infection is not well taken care of, it can move forward to the lower digestive tract and large intestines.

Candida can also infect your skin as well. The areas that can easily be affected by Candida infection are the folds of the skin such as the areas under your breast, cuts, burns and other scars. If these symptoms are not attended to, the illness can spread to your fingernails and toenails.

It becomes a life threatening situation if Candida symptoms begin to expand all over the body. We use the term disseminated candidiasis to describe this situation. When Candida has spread to the entire body, almost every organ will be damaged.

Doctors use many kinds of drugs to treat Candida. However, wee can divide those drugs into two groups: topical, (active where it is applied) and systemic, (active throughout the body). The choice of treating Candida depends on the severity of the disease and the patient's health condition.

In topical therapy, the doctor will use specialized drugs that are targeted to a specific region in the body. Some kinds of drugs include suppositories, creams, vaginal tablets and lozenges.

In the case of systemic therapy, Diflucan, Nizoral, and Nystatin are some drug names that can be used for treatment. The treatment period usually lasts for at least eight to twelve weeks before any noticeable improvement can be seen.

For systemic cure, the doctor will use amphotericin B, Nizoral, Sporanox and Diflucan for treatment. For any manifest result, it takes about eight to twelve weeks.

Many drugs used for Candida treatment have side effects like nausea, vomiting, or belly pain. However, amphotericin B is the one that has the most serious side effect. It can damage your kidney and liver if used for a long time. Therefore, if the situation is not life-threatening, the doctor will avoid using amphotericin B. If they are obliged to use it, they often limit the period of treatment to two weeks, if the illness alleviate, they will immediately switch to fluconazole.

Systemic Candida symptoms are often the result of an overgrowth of the Candida yeast within the digestive tract. The yeast regulating bacteria that the body produces to control yeast is no longer proficient and outside measures are then required if one is to regain health.

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