can severe yeast infections as shown by urine and fecal tests cause extensive BODY not cancer sores?
Person's Age: 68
creams diet antibiotics diflucon probiotics etc
I have had small break-outs of these sore for over twenty years and One in conclusive biopsy now the sores are over most of my body except for my face if broken,they get bigger and spread and bleed leaving perfectly round holes they can run along vein lines and form circles but they are not paracites I was diagnosed with fibro fifteen years ago and with lymes 6 months ago I have a Picc line in my right arm and rec antibiotics daily major yeast problems showed up in fecal and urine tests
What was the biopsy result? When biopsy was taken? How frequently do you get them? Which specialists did you consult till now? What medicines do you take now?Dr. SS41032.295671412
my last biopsy result is still being processed the sores are constant now esp on my legs which are swollen and on my breasts When I began seeing a Lyme expert, Dr L Fein we thought the sores might be part of the lyme disease but now she is not sure I am taking iv Rifampin 600mgs and Rocephin-not sure of the iv
Thank you for the input. The sores can be due to a few probables. There can be an infection like a bacterial infection. Fungal or yeast infections usually cause itching & rash. The rash can be circular in shape but ulcer or sore is not common. Other possibilities can be dermatitis, allergy, eczema etc. Lyme disease can cause rash but it would fade in weeks. When it is continuing for years, I would advise to have an examination by a dermatologist.If you have any query, please feel free to ask. It will be my privilege to assist you.Regards.
I have ben to many dermatologists who cannot even touch my legs but give me creams-nothing for swelling could it be lichens planus-is that bacteria could the antibiotics I take worsen the condition do you believe in lyme disease>
Your skin symptoms may not be due to lyme. Your lyme doctor also have doubt about it. Lichen is not bacterial infection. The cause is not entirely clear. It is immunological or allergic in nature. It can be treated with antihistamine, steroids or immune modulators.
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