Posted by Flash (22.214.171.124) on October 14, 2000 at 09:39:51:
OK now for the amatuer theories.
So far we have:
The symptoms: cluster headaches.
The smoking gun: deformaties in the hypothalmus.
And now perhaps we have a perpetrator: candida infection.
Does treating the candida sort out the problems with the hypothalmus? And in my case sight and hearing impairment?
What I'm saying is that it's possible that our deformaty has been caused (in some cases) by candida infection.
It is also possible that the headaches are paritally due to food particles entering the bloodstream through holes that candida has torn in the intestines, then crossing the blood brain barrier, and finally causing confusion as they are mistaken for neurotransmitters or whatever.
Please note we are talking about extremely small holes, and small particles.
Whay say you?
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