How can candida affect the digestive system of man?

I was made known to understand that candida inhabit the mouth and affect the teeth which some people suffering from this fungus infection have explain there suffering.

The question is what effect does Candida albicans infection have on our digestive system and what are the possible symptoms the such effect?

Thanks.





Yes, Candida albicans, also known as a yeast infection, can inhabit the mouth and affect the teeth as well as cause mouth sores, spots on the tongue, etc.


But there are many Candida symptoms that can affect so many areas of the body.


Candida is a fungus that we all have in our body in small amounts. It generally lives in the digetstive tract along with our good bacterias.


The problems begin when the fungus starts to grow out of control. This happens when the immune system isn't as strong as it should be, either from poor diet, taking antibiotics, use of spermicides (condoms), coming into intimate contact with someone else who has the infection, etc.


The results may be heartburn, bloating, diarrhea, mouth sores, inflammation of the esophagus, stomach inflammation, rectal itching and burning, a penis yeast infection, and a whole host of other conditions.


There are natural candida cures that can help you get rid of the overgrowth as quickly as possible. Yeast infections should not be allowed to continue to grow and spread throughout your body. You could end up with some serious health issues, rather than just some temporary discomfort.


To your good health!


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