I have a question from my friend, Lucy, about the fibromyalgia and candida albicans, and whether fibromyalgia is a symptom of candidiasis or not. Actually, this is common question that people always ask me. But this one is rather specific. She asked me whether the symptoms are all over body aches or fibromyalgia-type pains. Her condition is described below.
She developed FMS (fibromyalgia syndrome) right after having a hysterectomy. She tends to lean towards the theory of a hormonal link between the fibromyalgia and the endocrine system, and of course, the candida. She also finds that the fibromyalgia symptoms seemed to be triggered by the trauma of the surgery itself, along with the drastic, sudden drop in hormone production, immediately following the BSO (Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy). The endocrine system has been shocked.
She also found that hypothyroidism can cause fibro-like pains. Her folder for fibro is huge. She has gotten quite a bit of relief already, ever since she started taking Flaxseed oil, Ginger Root, and Siberian Ginseng. Those supplements have helped her with those awful deep-pounding pains that she used to get at night, when she was trying to sleep.
She has restless-leg syndrome too and that doesn’t help matters. She also has arthritis. The fibro pain she has currently is a burning, constantly moving pain. She has it most of the day. She gets very stiff and also a lot of brain fog.
In my own opinion and experience, many authorities on candidiasis consider fibromyalgia to be a symptom of candidiasis. In my practice, my clients with fibromyalgia have received substantial benefit from clearing candidiasis through diet and nutritional supplementation (in all instances, the fibromyalgia has disappeared).
Fibromyalgia has certain distinct signs or symptoms. Generalized aches feelings throughout the body is a symptom of candidiasis, and can be relieved through diet and nutritional supplementation.[ad_2]
Source by Angie Lindsey