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Re(5): Follow-up question

Posted on February 24, 2022 at 01:50:43 AM by KenricoCare
Hi Beth,

Mycotoxins enhance infections and also increase inflammatory response to these infections. In other words, the yeast infections are strongly related to the mold infection. During the treatment, the infections may come and go (you will feel cured within certain period but the condition may return later), but they will not be permanent until the mycotoxins are out 100% from the body.

Therefore, if the source of the mold exposure has been completely removed and the mold does not continue to enter your body, we still recommend a treatment length of between 12 to 13 weeks for complete removal. The yeast infection will improve when the mold toxins are totally gone.

All the best,

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