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Candida-fighting supplements..

..would these act in a similar way to probiotics [acidophilus], by way of aiding bacterial 'recovery' and fighting yeast infections/growths left over as a side effect of taking oxytetracycline? (bearing in mind I'm still on the course of antibiotics, so wouldn't want anything to interfere with these..)

They're sooo much cheaper than acidophilus as well, so hopefully the answer is yes!

And, if so - which of these would you choose?

Antifungal

Citricidal

Grapefruit seed extract used for treating candida yeast and thrush infections

Candida

Candida Tablets

A homeopathic medicine for the relief of Candida

Digestive Aids/Probiotics

Wormwood & Barberry plus

attacks candida (previously known as Eradicin forte) [NB: These are the most expensive, by far!!]

Misc. Herbal Remedies

Candidate Mult-Herbal Complex

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Probiotics are completely different from what you have listed. Probiotics will repopulate your body with good bacteria. Antis kill good bacteria and you should really take a probiotic after your done with antis. The best things to treat candida are:

Wild Oil of Oregano

Coconut Oil

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you should be taking antifungals and probiotics at the same time. if u just take antifungals and antibacterials u will rid ur body of the good bacteria and be right back where u started. now what would be the point of that?

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Many antibacterial and antifungal herbs and the like actually only destroy the bad bacteria. It confuses many scientists because they should destroy the good as well but don't.

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Digestive Aids/Probiotics

Wormwood & Barberry plus

attacks candida (previously known as Eradicin forte)   [NB: These are the most expensive, by far!!]

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