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Vaginal Yeast Infections, Sinuses, and Systemic Candida

In 1999, researchers at the Mayo Clinic determined that 96% of sinus infections were due to fungus, thus antibiotics were not only useless, but they could contribute to the development of ongoing fungal infections. Another study in 1998 demonstrated that 71% of women with vaginal candida (candidiasis) had allergic rhinitis/sinus problems. Then a subsequent study [...]

Vaginal Yeast Infections, Sinuses, and Systemic Candida2022-08-13T15:07:33-07:00

Q&A Part 3: Candida, pregnancy and infants

Here is part three of Dr. McCombs' Q&A Webcast from early 2011. A new mother asks Dr. Jeff about infant thrush, Candida during pregnancy, and what to do if you must take antibiotics during the McCombs Candida Plan. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAy7Ok1EWoA] You Might Also Be Interested In: FAQ.  I'm pregnant. Is this a good time to be on [...]

Q&A Part 3: Candida, pregnancy and infants2017-07-31T19:42:52-07:00
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