Posted by Miguel (126.96.36.199) on October 18, 2000 at 13:30:26:
In Reply to: It is possible for one person to infect another through oral sex, but only in a localised area posted by Flash on October 18, 2000 at 12:51:42:
How does C. Albicans arrive to the intestines?
What is the connection between C. Albicans and 5-HT?
The second question is perhaps the most important one. I
posted it in a post below, yet there is no answer.
If we agree that 5-HT is involved in CH, as one of the
main culprits, I feel that it is necessary to establish
a verifiable database of information and references
at the formal scientific level, with specifity and focus
on the subject matter: 1) CH, and 2) How does the
theory become hypthesis or viceversa?
There is a recurence of references pointing out that
headaches are one of the symptoms of C. Albicans
infection. However, I can not find, nor any of the
"wolf" callers here, any reference as to the specific mode
of action by which these heaches are accomplished.
And that my friend is your missing scientific link.
When you find find it, you will have my support from
the scientific point of view. Remember, desperation
is the mother of all credibility.
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