I had one grandparent die of it, and I know its prevalent .Doctors wont take it seriously. Its extremely painful to have, and it affects everything from digestive issue to incontinence.
I know my grandmother suffers with it, all of her symptoms are textbook but her doctor blows it off,saying only specific people get it and she doesnt fit the criteria. This is not accurate.
My other grandmother died with so much fungus in her teeth, and cause of death is listed as UTI infection (in a nursing home that admittedly didnt treat her). Candida overgrowth common in diabetes and old age or antibiotic use often causes UTI. It causes severe brain-fog and memory issues, and can affect eyesight so strongly that glasses will work one day and not the other.
Anyone have success treating this?
So far it is a battle that is refusing to be acknowledged :(