I am the community leader of the Infectious Disease forum and am a board certified and licensed microbiologist. I have worked in both clinical and research aspects of microbiology and molecular microbiology. I enjoy helping people and normally jog, play tennis, hike, s
[More]norkel, play violin and travel. And, I have been in great health until about 4 years ago. I got Tendonitis in both wrists from work and then injured my back. But walking helped a lot and finally joining a gym with a personal master trainer really helped. I am interested in microbiology, infectious disease, general health, immunology, hematology, as well as many other topics. I look forward to answering your questions and hearing your advice as well!
"Sorry about so many posts. I just wanted to add that I have low blood pressure too. I don't usually get dizzy but do get out of breath and light headed when I bend over and come up fast etc. I am thinking this isn't an allergy. Rather, i..."
"See above. Maybe it is migraine related. I used to get vertigo but not dizziness. But I slept deeper after getting relief from the Celluvisk. I haven't seen anything on Celluvisk causing dizziness. So maybe it is migraine related?
Just a quick note to say Hi and please help! My daughter is 42 years old and she has been fighting a systemic yeast infection for approximately 8 years. She did the whole 30 diet, and is currently eating only vegetables (no nightshades), She eats sugar free, gluten free and dairy free. She has been on diflucan for months at a time, has used vaginally inserted yeast medications, used a compounding pharmacy for naloxone (no she is not an addict), bathed in vinegar, taken vinegar orally, etc. She recently finished an oral course of nystatin for oral yeast, yet still the yeast remains. Although she is married and lives 5 hours away, my heart breaks for her daily. Do you have suggestions?
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