Are you aware of a recommended/suggested amount people take of Flucanozole?, I am thinking of bringing it up with the "team" I see, which means whatever Doctor is available.
Is it called Flucanozole in the UK where it is available over the counter?
After a recent bad bout, I am getting sick and tired of it again and I want to try resolve it by any means. Mostly im tired of being fobbed off and waiting on answers from the hospital I visit, it can be 6 months between visits.
I can tell you now, if you bring it up with the doc it will be pooh poohed - western medicine does not recognise intestinal candida as a medical problem. I just buy it in the UK or off amazon and take a one dose tablet maybe 3 times in a year and it keeps me sorted, I have recently had a medication change of my contraceptive pill which might have been the culprit on changing the flora of my digestive system allowing the candida to take hold though, so I may not need to keep taking it.
Another thing to investigate is a yeast cleanse - there are tablets available for this as well, and presumably you could google a suitable diet to go along with it? Although thats just taking longer to resolve something that could be sorted in a couple of days with the flucanozole.
I actually just took a flucanozole recently, I had been on an antibiotic for a kidney infection and I began to notice the tell tale signs of build up in the gut again of candida, heartburn, acid indigestion, a few drinks leaving me crippled with stomach acid for days, loose stools, bloating. After 2 days I was right as rain again and have been since.