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Candida Albicans and Slow Thyroid

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    Candida Albicans and Slow Thyroid

    This test was specially compiled in response to the blog Candida Fungus: Necessity or Nightmare?

    The study consists of:

    • Pancreas Amylase
    • Liver diseases: Bilirubin direct, GGT, ALAT, ASAT
    • Blood sugar level in recent weeks: HbA1c
    • Calcium
    • Phosphate inorganic
    • Vitamin D (25-OH)
    • Candida Albicans fungal infection:
      • Candida IgA
      • Candida IgG
      • Candida Antigen

    With the candida test 3 tests are performed, on the advice of our clinical chemist the best test for Candida.

    Candida fungal infection

    Candida is a fungal infection caused by yeast-like fungi. One yeast commonly found in humans is Candida albicans. This yeast is present in almost everyone as a normal resident of the skin, mouth, intestine and vagina and forms a certain balance with the bacteria present there. Due to various factors, this yeast can start to form threads. From that moment on one speaks of a fungus. This can happen under the influence of medication (antibiotics), when the immune system is weak or due to the presence of parasites.

    In some cases, a Candida yeast infection is very stubborn and keeps reappearing. It can be very annoying and persistent and come back often. A Candida infection is a common and underestimated problem that can be responsible for months or even years of chronic symptoms.

    Although the yeast can be transmitted from one person to another (for example, from mother to child or vice versa, between sexual partners), it is not really an infection in the traditional sense of the word. Candida is therefore not considered a contagious disease, much less a sexually transmitted disease. Therefore, the partner of someone with a vaginal candida infection does not need to be co-treated unless he or she is also infected and has symptoms. For babies with thrush, or when a breastfeeding mother has a candida infection of the nipples, both mother and child should be treated because they can pass on the infection to each other.

    Candida's are fungi that consist of several species. Candida albicans is the best known form. The collective name of different types of candida is called candidiasis.

    Symptoms

    A Candida infection can be accompanied by up to 50 different symptoms. Not all symptoms mentioned are present in all people who have a Candida infection. Also, not all symptoms are caused by Candida alone. The average Candida victim often suffers from multiple symptoms.

    The first signs are often bloating, constipation, flatulence, abdominal cramps and anal itching. Since the genitals are close to the anus, this is one of the places where the Candida can cause infections (itching). At a later stage, the Candida breaks through the protective mucus layer in the intestines and enters the blood. It now travels through the body and grows into a true plague that can cause many symptoms.

    Here is a list of possible symptoms:

    • gastrointestinal complaints
    • bloating
    • flatulence
    • burning sensations on the body
    • Allergies (chronic blocked nose, asthma, hay fever, skin rash and itching)
    • recurrent infections
    • constipation or diarrhea
    • distended abdomen
    • menstrual disorders and premenstrual complaints
    • white tide
    • recurrent bronchitis
    • bad breath
    • cystitis
    • burning urine
    • prostate complaints
    • recurrent eye infections
    • spots in front of the eyes
    • earache and deafness
    • thrush (white deposit in the mouth)
    • joint pain and/or swelling
    • difficulty speaking
    • worsening of the symptoms due to moisture
    • Chalk Nails
    • foot fungus
    • swimmer's eczema
    • itching in groin
    • fungal infections on the skin or nails
    • fast-emerging bruises
    • tingling and numbness, for example in the fingers
    • heartburn
    • food intolerance
    • dull and malodorous hair
    • Complaints arising from certain odours, deodorants, perfumes, cigarette smoke, petrol vapour.
    • sweaty feet
    • hypoglycaemia
    • acne
    • cough
    • headaches and/or migraines
    • hair loss
    • hay fever
    • eczema
    • psoriasis
    • reduced sex drive
    • impotence
    • fatigue
    • complaints that increase in damp, stuffy and mouldy spaces
    • cravings for sugar, bread or alcohol
    • inflammations on genitals
    • anal itching
    • abdominal cramps
    • vaginal itch
    • sinusitis
    • itchy skin
    • muscle complaints
    • feverish symptoms
    • spot
    • mood swings
    • float
    • dry mouth
    • earache / infections
    • mouth blisters
    • hemorrhoids
    • asthmatic symptoms
    • constantly dripping and/or itchy nose
    • painful and/or tense feeling in the chest area
    • painful intercourse

    The symptoms can give a very confusing picture, making it difficult for the doctor to make a correct diagnosis. A Candida infection is only detectable in the blood at a very late stage.

    In an earlier stage candida in stool is visible through this test.

    You can also have the candida overgrowth measured, before there is an infection. This test is included in the Imupro Complete examination.

    Many patients with candida infection also have hormonal disorders, such as insufficient parathyroid function (hypoparathyroidism). A parathyroid gland that functions too slowly can occur in several ways. It may be that the parathyroid glands did not develop properly while growing in the womb. Sometimes the body can attack its own parathyroid glands with antibodies. This is called an autoimmune disease. There is also an inherited disorder in which the parathyroid gland makes too little or no parathyroid hormone.

    Hypoparathyroidism (a slow parathyroid gland) can cause many different symptoms:


    • tingling and/or cramps in hands, feet, mouth and throat
    • gloom
    • irritability
    • fatigue
    • confusion
    • impaired memory
    • tightness of the chest due to cramping of the airway muscles
    • heart disease
    • seizures
    • headache
    • dry skin
    • hair loss
    • crumbling nails
    • cataract

    These problems are almost all caused by having far too little calcium in your blood. The parathyroid glands can be turned off by accident, or by side effects of a treatment.

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