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How Long Will It Take To Cure My Candida Yeast Infection?

August 12, 2019


Good day, Eric Bakker, another FAQ here. This
question is from Paul in Sydney, Australia. Erik, how long does it take for me to cure
Candida? How long does it take for me to get well? Well, there’s no real answer to this question,
Paul. You know, I generally find many people with a yeast infection take on average between
four to six months to get well. But in saying that, it could take 8 months, 9 months, or
even 12 months. Some patients can take two years or more to get well. So to answer your question; my reply to you
would be what are you going to do to do what it takes to get well? Are you going to eat
the right foods? Live the right kind of lifestyle? Are you going to rest plenty? Are you going
to have a good balance between work and play? It’s a good question you’re asking me, but
my reply would be you need to have a balanced lifestyle, eat the right kind of foods, and
keep working on that yeast infection for as long as it takes to get well. In my situation, it took about a year to get
well when I was in my 20s. I had a rather extreme case of Candida. If you’ve got a Candida
infection in the gut or perhaps in the groin region or in the foot region or if you’re
a female with a vaginal yeast infection, it depends on whether it’s acute or chronic.
It depends on whether you’ve taken antibiotics or not. So there are many variables to answering
this question. But generally a yeast infection when you’re on to it, you’re doing the right
things, on average you can account for about six months to get well. But if you’ve had
a yeast infection for 10 years, it may take you 1 year get well. There’s no real clear cut way to answer that
question, Paul. If you’ve got any more questions, I would say go and have a look at my YouTube
channel. You’ll find lots of different questions there and responses to questions. If you can’t
find the question you’re looking for, please contact me on Candidacrusher.com and ask me
the question, and I’ll reply to it. Subscribe to my channel. There are many questions
on my YouTube channel and there are many more coming. And the third thing is please do my
survey on yeastinfection.org. I’ve designed this survey after quite a long time for men,
women, and children, and it will show you the severity of your yeast infection. Thank you.

7 Comments

  • Reply bobo May 13, 2016 at 4:22 pm

    Thank you for the video. I am very eager to find out about something. When my symptoms clear up (acne, white tongue) how long should I wait before I can go back to consuming a normal diet and drinking alcohol? I have had Candida for 1 year so it is not something I'v dealt with for long. My only symptoms are like I said the skin issue and white tongue, and I know it's due to Candida as I got tested and my symptoms were non existent before. Thanks a bunch!

  • Reply Irish American June 23, 2016 at 6:24 am

    Can you get a yeast infection under the foreskin? I've been prescribed anti fungals for months by dermatologists and a urologist and my urologist is suggesting a circumcision even though my foreskin only looks agitated now and then

  • Reply Jose Duran July 27, 2017 at 8:06 am

    Quick question. Can a 3 day water onlu fast or longer be good to cure candida?

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 20, 2017 at 7:19 pm

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  • Reply Jed May 19, 2018 at 8:31 am

    My doctor is an idiot, she gave me this antifungal and told me i'll be cured after the 10 days of taking it. I feel bad for her patients who never discovered your channel. At least i know how to recover now i've watched your videos, your supplements are not working yet though i've been taking them for a month so far.

  • Reply Deangelo Lawson April 21, 2019 at 10:38 pm

    Unfortunately I'm one of those people who may have possible been carrying this infection for nearly a decade not knowing what the problem was. My symptoms are keeping me from living a normal life and I'm hoping it won't take a full year to cure thus thing. Good news is, I'm on the right track, although I do slip up and have a bad day here and there when it comes to sugar but for the most part, I've been eating nothing but salads and vegetables with chicken being my only meat selection. I am seeing progress in my gut as long as I'm not eating too much sugar if I have any at all, but most days I have close to none except what you'd find in vegetables and things like that. I just hope to get well soon so that I can get on with my life.

  • Reply Deangelo Lawson April 21, 2019 at 11:08 pm

    Will some of the symptoms go away before the candida is completely gone. I believe I have a wide variety of issues that may be as a result of my systemic candida infection (for example; occasional sore throat, bad taste in the mouth especially after sleep, bad breath or halitosis, discomfort in the gut after meals, sinus issues, excess mucus in both the throat and nose which seems to never go away, muscle and joint soreness, general fatigue, poor food digestion, and acid reflux/heartburn). I am dealing with all of these simultaneously, and although the severeness of the symptoms have fluctuated over time, will they eventually go away as I start to fight off the candida in the next few months? Or will they persist until the candida is completely gone?

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