Candida Overgrowth Symptoms
Candida overgrowth in the intestines is an overgrowth of a yeast/fungus that lives in the human digestive system. Friendly bacteria is destroyed then yeast begins to overgrow and take over the digestive system. It produces many symptoms, that it is difficult to understand what may be wrong.
Candida overgrowth is ignored because its symptoms mimic so many other conditions. Symptoms include: stomach pain, digestive problems, abdominal gas, irritable bowel syndrome, mucus in the stools, intestinal gas, heartburn, indigestion, hemorrhoids, belching, constipation, diarrhea, headaches, migraines, excessive fatigue, anxiety, prostitis or vaginitis, rectal itching or rash, burning or persistent infections, vaginal itch, menstrual irregularities, cramps, kidney and bladder infections, pms, burning on urination, thrush, low sex drive, itching, loss of sex drive, impotence, painful intercourse, fibermyalga, inability to think clearly, hyperactivity, mood swings, depression, irritability or jitteriness, dizziness, poor memory, learning difficulties, cognitive impairment, drowsiness, food allergies, food reactions, hay fever, general allergies, dry mouth, bad breath, sores or blister at mouth, nasal congestion, nasal discharge, nasal itching, post nasal drip, burning or itching eyes, asthmatic symptoms, ear pain or discharge, athletes foot, jock itch, fungal infections, sinus infections, acne, hives, rashes, itching skin, eczema, psoriasis, multiple chemical sensitivities, erratic vision, muscle aches or pains, hair loss, persistent cough, and flu-like symptoms.
Candida symptoms can vary from one person to another. Most people are unaware that it even exists, and many doctors are unaware about its impact on our health. Once yeast begins to overgrow, it can be very difficult to control. Yeast will become a fungus and grows roots. These roots can break through the intestinal walls, allowing the yeast to travel to other areas of the body producing many symptoms.