Anti-Fungal Drugs For Candidiasis

This article will discuss about anti fungal drugs. This is based on the experience from a friend of mine. She wanted to know if a longer duration of the drug is necessary, how long would a person need to take it for?

Her doctor wants to put her on 6 weeks of anti fungal drugs, one of them being Diflucan. She’s not sure if the doctor intends to keep her on it for the entire 6 weeks or not, but she knows that Candida develops resistance quickly. The doctor recommends 3 weeks of the drugs, then 1 week off, then 3 weeks more. She wonders why we need this pause and what help would that do.

The doctor seems to be very knowledgeable in the field of Candida, so she’s sure what she’s doing. Her GP did not really help her, so she’s really hoping this doctor will be of some help to her. Her mother is unhappy that the doctor appears to know about more than just the standard drugs and therapy. Since her mother is a nurse, she believes in the medical establishment, and feels that the only correct treatments are the ones that come stamped and labeled from the pharmacy. However, she believes this doctor because the doctor knew about the issue of her fillings and other information like that.

Now she just has to wait for the urine sample test so she can finally start getting better. However, in the mean time the thrush is driving her crazy. She wants to know whether anyone knows how to make it better since her mouth feels terrible.

In my opinion, if you have the same symptoms, you may try tea tree oil, grape seed extract, or apple cider vinegar for the mouth problems.