Examination for Candida albicans
If you have a problem with mycosis, then the test for Candida Albicans is for you.
Candida albicans is a yeast-like fungus that occurs in the digestive system in small harmless amounts. However, due to many factors (including hormonal changes, steroid drugs, antibiotics, diabetes, a diet rich in simple carbohydrates) it increases in any location, creating branched structures that are able to multiply, irritate tissues and cause inflammation.
The described phenomenon is called CANDIDOSE, where factors that disturb the natural balance of microflora and pH level in the gastrointestinal tract or reproductive system contribute to this disease.
The most common symptoms of candidiasis:
- mouth sores and white coating on the tongue
- cracking corners of the mouth
- chronic fatigue
- depression and mood swings
- muscle and joint pain
- headaches and migraines
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The Candida diagnosis we propose is a test of IgG and IgM antibodies from a blood sample taken from a finger.
The test is a quantitative determination of antibodies to Candida albicans and illustrates the body's response to C. albicans infections in various organs, not only in the digestive system. It involves assessing the concentration of specific antibodies in class M (IgM) and G (IgG) against yeast antigens. IgM are antibodies that are produced first after contact with foreign molecules (antigens) and reflect active infection. C. albicanas. In contrast, IgG are the main human immune antibodies and appear second only after exposure to the antigen. Their increased concentration is observed during active infection or shortly after its termination. The test is used to diagnose Candida albicans infection as well as monitor the effectiveness of therapy.