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I have suffered from chronic yeast infections for over a year and was prescribed flucanazole medicine to take as needed when I experience flare ups. I’m on day 7 of whole 30 and definitely think I have an infection (Burning, discharge, etc). Is it okay to take that medicine?
I have started whole 30 today. I have recently realized that every physical symptom I have had for the past 20 years is related to cysts on my ovaries! I am starting today praying for a complete hormone reset and relief of all symptoms. All support appreciated!
I'm on day 21 of the Whole 30 and I'm itching all over. I've been trying to take out foods I thought suspect like cashews and new supplements but nothing has worked so far. Going to take out coconut next... No red rash or hives. Just feel like my whole body is one big itchy thing. It makes it hard to sleep! Help. Just itching in my head, arms, legs, back, stomach, and privates. Basically every where. Antihistamines don't help much. Heard there was such a thing as a KETO rash. When you don't eat enough carbs. There are carbs on the Whole 30. I eat cherries, blueberries and sweet potatoes. I know vegetables are low and meat has none. Most of my meals are lots of cooked veggies with meat and a little fruit for dessert. I have pre-diabetes so I try and keep my fruit and sweet potatoe content low. Not sure how high I need to keep my carb content to feel my best yet and not affect my blood sugars. Could it be a mild form of that? or a yeast or hormones? I am in Menopause.
Hey guys, I'm 30, and started my Whole30 on Friday (mostly as a way to get my psoriasis under control) and was doing pretty well for four days. By the fourth day, a red, itchy, burning rash showed up under my breasts, under my arms and in my groin area. It has continued to worsen as the days have gone by. I have followed the diet to the letter. I've been doing some searching online, and from what I'm gathering, I'm experiencing candida die-off and my body is freaking out--hence, the rash. What can I POSSIBLY do to deal with this? Coconut oil and epsom salt baths provide temporary relief, but I am seriously in agony, and I don't know how long I can deal with this. Some websites suggest this will pass in 3-5 days (which I could survive) but some suggest it may take up to six weeks for the rash to disappear. I cannot handle this rash for six weeks--I can't sleep, I'm scratching my skin raw, it's just awful. Does anyone have any advice on how I can handle this? I really want to get my health under control, but at this point I feel like I've gone down the rabbit hole and I don't know how to get out. HELP.