Here’s another question I get asked quite
regularly. I think I have a yeast infection. So thinking about something and knowing something
are two different things. Many people think they have a yeast infection that I see when,
in fact, they don’t have a yeast infection at all. They may just have a digestive disturbance.
They may have adrenal fatigue. They may be premenstrual. They may have anxiety or depression.
There can be a whole lot of signs and symptoms that are presenting to the patient making
them think that they have a yeast infection. It’s all too easy to go to Doctor Google and
type in a few symptoms or go to symptom finder online, you know, and they think, oh, no,
I’ve got such and such a condition. So many times I see people who think they have Candida,
in fact, don’t have Candida at all. Probably one of the smartest things you can
do is to go to my online quiz on CandidaCrusher.com and complete the online screens to work out
if you’ve got a mild to moderate or severe probability of having Candida yeast infection.
This online quiz took a long time to complete and I’ve made sure that it has the most important
questions in there to ask you, whether you’re a man, woman or a child, to ask you if you
have a yeast infection or not. So it’s quite a clever thing for you to do. If you go to yeastinfection.org and have a
look at the signs and symptoms of a yeast infection, it’s a very, very comprehensive
page. Have a good read through that. That will give you a good understanding as well.
So please complete my online quiz on CandidaCrusher.com and have a look at yeastinfection.org. That
will give you quite a good idea whether you have Candida or not. Thank you very much.