Thanks for checking out my tutorial. I’m going to be doing a series of case histories over the next few weeks, which may be of use to you. In my book, Candida Crusher, there’s about 25 case histories in here out of the many thousands of people I’ve seen, so I’ve written a few of them up in here. I’m going to go through a lot of these case studies. I’ll read some text out of my book and then I’ll elaborate on these cases and explain a bit more as they go along. I think you might find this of a lot of use.
Our first case history is a 19yearold lady called Kirsty. This is out of chapter two of Candida Crusher. Kirsty’s a young female student who came to my clinic about two years ago complaining of chronic fatigue. She was absolutely exhausted and found it hard to concentrate at the university. Kirsty was falling asleep during the afternoon lectures and becoming anxious at her inability to concentrate. Her main complaints were foggy thinking, anxiety and depression, occasional vaginal yeast infection, intermittent pains in her tummy, nausea and small white spots on her body. Her mother had been a patient of my practice.
For some time, so she referred Kirsty to see me. When I questioned about her daughter’s diet and lifestyle, so I gave her a call. I remember calling this lady up. Sometimes I get very good information from relations of patients regarding the patient’s behavior or desires, their diet, and sometimes people are a bit embarrassed to give that information away. I practice in a small village her in New Zealand. Not that many people and many people know people. And for that reason, I often get a lot of inside information on people. It’s surprising how often I go shopping and someone.
Will say, Oh, I’ve got to send my daughter to you, or I’ve got to send my husband or things like that. And by the way, he drinks too much. Things like that, so you’ll get information. In Kirsty’s case, her mom told me that Kirsty likes to drink quite a lot of alcohol on Friday and Saturday night, a lot of white wine, and she smokes a few cigarettes, but likes to drink. And, of course, when I saw Kirsty, she said she didn’t drink much at all. But according to her mom, she’s drinking like.
A bottle of wine a night on the weekends and eating a lot of stuff that typical university students eat like twominute noodles and a lot of take away food. What I’ve written here, Kirsty showed me her arms and I immediately identified a fungal skin complaint that I’ve commonly seen on arms, legs, and torsos of chronic Candida patients for many years. I knew this was another chronic Candida sufferer, and her doctor ran all the tests and found nothing wrong. The skin scraping was sent to the lab, which was.
Inconclusive. I’ve seen similar skin rashes before and sometimes the doctors quickly say, Oh, it’s eczema. It’s psoriasis. It’s dermatitis. It’s blah, blah, blah, some weird name. Sometimes they’ll get referred to a dermatologist that comes up with a name like this long. I’ve just diagnosed this condition and we’ve got this wonderful cream for this condition. I tend to call dermatologists cream specialists because all they do is give creams all day. How depressing is that We had a few consultations. I can remember working with Kirsty for some time, two or three consultations and a few Skype consultations.
The big thing with young girls at that age is usually they’ve moved out of home. They’ve just started university or college. They miss their parents. Sometimes if they haven’t been introduced to alcohol, they’ll cut loose and go crazy with booze. My daughter when she was 17 or 18 would have a glass of wine here at home sometimes, so she got used to alcohol at a young age and she didn’t go crazy with it. Many times when they’re flatting or move into an apartment by themselves, with a girlfriend,.
Or with their boyfriend, they’ll often have crappy diets. They’ll eat twominute noodles. They’ll have pizzas. They won’t look after themselves properly. They’ll be under high stress, study stress, financial stress, emotional stress they’re on the Pill, all these sorts of things. They’re basically a sitting duck for a yeast infection. Many of them get digestive problems. It’s easy for them to eat at weird hours and get heartburn or bloating or constipation. Many of these girls also get urinary tract infections. These are some of the core issues that I tend to look at with patients. The main thing really that needed doing in.
Kirsty’s case was the diet needed changing. The lifestyle needed changing. And these are things I spent time talking to her about. About the need for eating quality proteins, cutting out the sweet foods, cutting the booze right back, and of course, we had a fantastic outcome with this patient like we do when patients comply. Patients say to me, I’m looking for a good doctor. And I say to them, Well, that’s funny because I’m looking for a good patient. When we find good patients that comply, the outcome is usually satisfactory.
Numbness Itching Burning Feet TheVillagesNeuropathy
When you originally presented to the office you presented with diffuse numbness, tingling, itching, and burning in the hands, and in the feet. It limited your ability to relax, and limited your ability to sleep at night. How did you do here with the Davis neuropathy program and how are you feeling today I have done fantastic. Each day I felt a little bit better. Now after I have done this session I have done I sleep all night, my feet don’t itch, my feet don’t burn, my hands might burn a little bit, but I’m very much more comfortable.