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What Should I Do If I Take Medication For A Yeast Infection And It Does Not Go Away?

August 17, 2019


Good day there, Eric Bakker, naturopath, author
of Candida Crusher with another FAQ. What should I do if I’ve taken my medication
for my yeast infection, and it just doesn’t go away? Well, what type of medication are you taking?
Are you taking a pharmaceutical drug like fluconazole or Monistat? Are you taking something
like Fungizone or Sporanox? Are you taking an antibiotic? What type of medication are
we talking about here? Are we talking pharmaceutical or natural? Any type of medication you’re taking and it’s
not going away; you need to ask yourself a lot of questions. But by taking a pharmaceutical
medication, particularly recurrently, is a real problem because you’re going to get drug
resistance, and you’re going to get an increased virulence with a Candida population over time. Drugs when taken recurrently tend to make
bacteria and yeast tougher and stronger. It’s probably like sending soldiers into Afghanistan
to fight the Taliban. They get smarter. They learn the better hideouts. They camouflage
themselves better. They use tougher armor and better weapons. They get to be a quite
clever enemy. And yeast is no different; they get to be quite clever. They start understanding
how these anti-drugs work and they have better counter defense mechanisms to protect themselves
against these mechanisms. So taking drugs to kill a yeast infection
is a stupid idea. You’re only going to make the yeast tougher and stronger. Using natural
medicines makes more sense. The yeast tend to be susceptible to natural products like
garlic, Caprylic acid and Selenic acid, clove, oregano, coconut; these things have been used
for a long, long time. Long before pharmaceuticals came around, and there’s no evidence that
the yeast strains become more resistant toward these things as they do toward the pharmaceuticals. So if you’re taking a pharmaceutical and it’s
not going away, stop taking the pharmaceutical. Look at natural treatment. Have a look at
my book, Candida Crusher, in Chapter 7 you can read a lot about different types of treatments.
In Chapter 6 I talk about the medical treatment and explain all the drugs. And in Chapter
7, in Section 4, I explain all about the natural treatments that you can use to counter yeast
infections. It makes more sense to use natural measures. That way you’re not going to get
drug resistance. You’re not going to get side effects, and it’s going to pay off a lot more
long term. But if your treatment’s currently not working,
you need to make some changes. Go and see your natural health professional and have
a good talk about why it’s not working for you. Remember the definition of insanity,
doing the same thing over again and expecting a different result. So don’t be insane. If
it’s not working for you, then stop and reassess and make changes. I hope that answers your question. Thank you.

2 Comments

  • Reply NOLAfor TRUTH May 24, 2014 at 9:22 am

    Ive had an irritation for about a year and a half. Ive tried going to the health unit, they gave me a cream that seem to help, but not get rid of anything. Ive taken Monistat 1 and 7. I keep myself dry, I don't use soaps that have fragrance in them and have tried not using soap at all. I cant afford obamacare because my bills are so high therefore I have no insurance to see a doctor. I think I have diabetes. I stopped eating anything chocolate and with a lot of sugar, ect… I still have a yeast infection. I am 32 years old, I had a hyst. in 2009 because I had cancer cells. Now Im learning that with all this gmo and fluoride ive been consuming all my life is causing these problems with my body. Not to mention 2 days a week I step out into my back yard and there is graph in the sky of planes spraying chemtrails all over the New Orleans area. Please help me get rid of this yeast infection, it has taken over my life…

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 20, 2017 at 7:57 pm

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