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Homeopathic remedy candida albicans

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  1. janet

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    Calling all homeopaths. Can't find any MM info on this remedy. Anyone help me - I'm wanting to know will it produce the die-off symptoms that you can get from other candida remedies. What could you expect from taking it, will it make you feel terrible as the toxins die off, will you be able to go about your daily routine. What will it do to you.
     
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    From Robin Murpy's MM

    Candida Albicans

    Clinical: Candidiasis, Flatulence, Indigestion, Leucorrhea, Thrush, Vaginitis.
    Abdomen: Rumbling and gas in the abdomen. Flatulence, bloated abdomen. Loud rumbling in abdomen while lying.
    Female: Leucorrhea, Vaginitis.
    Mouth: Thrush

    Relations - Compare: Cand-p, Carbo-v, Chin, Lyc, Sul-ac.

    I have used this remedy in the past with good effect. You can't predict the effect of remedies in individuals as they affect different people in different ways. You should consult with a homeopath to source the cause, as if this is not the correct remedy you may suppress the symptoms for them to return again.

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  3. janet

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    I am consulting with one and I just wanted to get some idea of how it will affect me - basically will I get the herx reaction from taking it. I've tried ACV this week - taking it regularly but boy have I had a herx reaction to it - that's why I wanted to know would the remedy do the same because I have a very demanding full-on job and need to know I can still go - been tough this week with the ACV - it did do good in one way but the herx reaction has been tough!

    But thanks because you're the only one who has actually come up with something - info on this remedy is very scarce.
     
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    If you're consulting with a homeopath, then they should be the person who prescribed this remedy for you and should have been looking at your whole picture. As previously mentioned, it's not just a case of what effects a particular remedy can have, because it depends on an individuals picture.
    If the homeopath prescribed this remedy to you, then the effect of that particular dilution should be to remedy the issue(s) you have, but if there are any noticable adverse effects (which should have been discussed with you), then you should contact your homeopath who should be able to enhance your picture and provide an alternative or different dilution as required.

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  5. janet

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    200 - two drops x 2 per day - is that going to "kill me"?
     
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    Hi Janet,
    Just seen this thread and am interested to know your experience.
    Whatever remedy you take, the aim as you know, is only to rebalance your energy, so any response would be a natural process.
    If you find that you are especially sensitive to remedies in that the response is often dramatic and you let your homeopath know, she will be able to adapt her prescription/dose to take this into account. Try to trust in her judgement.
    HTH Hom
     
  7. janet

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    200 is high for me - never had that strength before - so we agreed start with 6c for one week then 30c for one week then up to the 200c if I'm ok with the other two remedies.

    So far the 6c is OK - can't think it's doing anything - but then I'm not sure what to expect from it if it's getting rid of the candida - certainly not running to the loo or suffering any herx reactions.

    Early days - I'll keep you posted. At the weekend I'm doing desensitisation for dairy products as I obviously have something going on with yoghurt, cheese.

    What should I expect from this remedy because at the moment I'm not "feeling" anything - normally with remedies you get a feeling they are acting on your body - I'm not. Is this a good sign, bad sign or does it mean "wrong remedy".
     
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    Hi Janet,
    Well, in a nutshell, what you should expect from any remedy is that the symptoms you started with, are resolved.
    There may be a few minor 'ups and downs' along the way but if there is no response at all, it's probably that the remedy wasn't homeopathic to you and therefore you need something different. Your homeopath should decide this and presumably you have a further appointment booked.
    Generally, if the condition is something chronic- i.e. you've suffered from it for a long time, maybe years, it could take a while (months) for it to clear. But if it's acute and you've had it for days or several weeks say, I'd expect it to clear up in a short time. Hom
     
  9. janet

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    Thanks- well had two doses so maybe I give it another couple of days and see what happens.
     
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    Remedy seemed to create a really bloated stomach and felt bloated all over - even bra felt tight so leaving till things settle down. And the flatulence - well that was another story. Never knew a remedy could give you so much wind - that normal?
     
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    A remedy response can include a short term emphasis of current symptoms (sometimes referred to as an 'aggravation') or a brief, mild experience of a past symptom whilst the body is regaining balance- but neither would be long lasting. HTH Hom
     
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    Will restart when things settle down. I'm getting remedy resent without alcohol - does that make a difference.

    Can I ask about desensitisation drops - for dairy as I do have a problem with this. What can I expect from those?
     
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    Hi, don't think I can help you there- I'm not sure what you mean on either count- but that may be because I only give remedies in pill form and I don't 'do' 'desensitisation drops'. Sorry. Hom
     
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    These remedies are in liquid form - bit like LM's. The desensitisation drops are for dairy and another one for nuts/seeds - both of these I have problems with - obviously a sensitivity to them as opposed to an allergy.
     
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    Well have slowly taken the remedy - 30c I found was quite strong but have felt that there's a bit of a difference.

    I've been dowsed and told its on its way out and 2 weeks should see it gone. We'll see!
     
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    Glad it's improving.

    If candida is severe, it will show up in your blood, which means that it will take a little longer to totally get rid of it. But, it would depend on how long it has been with you, and how severe it is.

    In my experience of treating candida, it takes months as opposed to weeks.
     
  17. janet

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    WEll I've had it a while I think but then I've had remedies for it i.e. borax which maybe has done some good. But to be honest apart from bloating I never really felt too ill - but let's see what happens - I never knew dowsing could tell but if it goes in 2 week well I'm happy.

    I took remedy last night and really bloated today! Hope it improves. But had a lot of weird things going on so it must have done something. Thing is I had more reaction from the 6c than the 30c the 6c chucked loads of stuff out!
     
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    My understanding is that if a remedy causes a healing crisis it is a sign that it is working. If it gets too much consult your homeopath who may advise you to take another dose of the remedy to calm it down; I believe that you should only take a remedy until a result (healing crisis or reduction in symptoms) appears then stop taking it, as taking it more often can dillute the effect.

    I'm not a homeopath though, just under the attention of one at present.
     
  19. janet

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    Why do I feel the 30c didn't do as much or chuck as much toxins out as the 6c - that chucked out the following: lots of congestion from the nose and mucus, urine that seemed to have a white froth on it, felt like I was going to get a vaginal thrush infection that never materialised, tiredness, brain fog, chills, muscle cramps and palpitations - in one week! 30c only made me feel very very tired and like I had brain fog - it also makes me feel quite down at times - however I took a dose on Friday and will just watch and wait for another week - homeopath is on holiday at the moment.
     
  20. hom

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    Hi Janet,
    It's not appropriate necessarily, to say that a 30c is 'stronger' than a 6c. They're just different potencies, diluted to varying degrees, and the energy from the substances are thought to resonate at different wavelengths. Your homeopath will decide on the potency to be used at the time, by taking into account the energy it needs to match. She'll consider the nature of the problem, duration and characteristics of the symptoms, other health issues, lifestyle, emotional and mental 'health'.....and other factors....
    I agree with a previous post that as a rule of thumb, as soon as you experience a change, you need to check in with your homeopath about whether you should stop the remedy or not, if you don't already have instructions. I usually say to my patients that if in doubt, stop taking it until you can obtain advice.
    I hope you get better soon. Hom
     

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