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Candida Self Analysis, printable page, about 5 pages printed

runnerCandida Self Analysis

The following contains a “Candida Self Analysis” that has been prepared by Nature’s Secret in order to help you find out your own levels of Candida. The test is divided into three sections: your medical history, your major symptoms, and minor symptoms. You add up the total from each section to get your total score. There is a chart at the end that shows where you are with Candida per the self analysis test.

History – Section 1

This section involved an understanding of your medical history and how it may have promoted Candida growth. Circle those comments to which you can answer “yes”. Record your total at the end of the section.

1. Throughout your lifetime, have you taken any antibiotics or tetracyclines (Symycin®, Panmycin®, Vibramycin®, Monicin®, etc.) for acne or other conditions for more than one month? 25
2. Have you taken a “broad spectrum” antibiotic for more than 2 months or 4 or more times in a 1–year period? These could include any antibiotics taken for a respiratory, urinary or other infections. 20
3.Have you taken a broad spectrum antibiotic – even for a single course. These antibiotics include ampiciliin™, amoxicillin™, Keflex®, etc. 6
4. Have you ever had problems with persistent prostatitis, vaginitis or other problems with your reproductive organs? 25
5. Women – Have you been pregnant:
– 2 or more times?
– 1 time?
6. Women – Have you taken birth control pills:
– More than 2 years?
– More than 6 months?


7. If you were NOT breast–fed as an infant. 9
8. Have you taken any cortisone–type drugs (Prednisone™, Decardron™, etc.)? 15
9. Are you sensitive to and bothered by exposure to perfumes, insecticides, or other chemical odors...
– Do you have moderate to severe symptoms?
– Mild symptoms?



10. Does tobacco smoke bother you? 10
11. Are your symptoms worse on damp, muggy days or in moldy places? 20
12. If you have had chronic fungus infections of the skin or nails (including athlete’s foot, ring worm, jock itch) have the infections been...
– Severe or persistent
– Mild to moderate?



13. Do you crave sugar (chocolate, ice cream, candy, cookies, etc.)? 10
14. Do you crave carbohydrates (bread, bread and more bread)? 10
15. Do you crave alcoholic beverages? 10
16. Have you drank or do you drink chlorinated water (city or tap)? 20

Major Symptoms — Section 2

For each of your symptoms, enter the appropriate figure in the point score column.

No symptoms 0
Occasional or mild 3
Frequent and/or moderately severe 6
Severe and/or disabling 9
1. Constipation
2. Diarrhea
3. Bloating
4. Fatigue or lethargy
5. Feeling drained
6. Poor memory
7. Difficulty focusing / brain fog
8. Feeling moody or or despaired
9. Numbness, burning or tingling
10. Muscle aches
11. Nasal congestion or discharge
12. Pain and/or swelling in the joints
13. Abdominal pain
14. Spots in front of the eyes
15. Erratic vision
16. Cold hands and/or feet
17. Women – Endometriosis
18. Women – Menstrual irregularities and/or severe cramps
19. Women – Premenstrual tension
20. Women – Vaginal discharge
21. Women – Persistent vaginal burning or itching
22. Men – Prostatitis
23. Men – Impotence
24. Loss of sexual desire
25. Low blood sugar
26. Anger or frustration
27. Dry patchy skin

Minor Symptoms — Section 3

For each of your symptoms, enter the appropriate figure in the point score column.

No symptoms 0
Occasional or mild 1
Frequent and/or moderately severe 2
Severe and/or disabling 3
1. Heartburn
2. Indigestion
3. Belching and intestinal gas
4. Drowsiness
5. Itching
6. Rashes
7. Irritability or jitters
8. Uncoordinated
9. Inability to concentrate
10. Frequent mood swings
11. Postnasal drip
12. Nasal itching
13. Failing vision
14. Burning or tearing in the eyes
15. Recurrent infections or fluid in the ears
16. Ear pain or deafness
17. Headaches
18. Dizziness/loss of balance
19. Pressure above the ears – your head feels like it is swelling and tingling
20. Mucus in the stool
21. Hemorrhoids
22. Dry mouth
23. Rash or blisters in the mouth
24. Bad breath
25. Sore or dry throat
26. Cough
27. Pain or tightness in the chest
28. Wheezing or shortness of breath
29. Urinary urgency or frequency
30. Burning during urination
Total Score from Section 1
Total Score from Section 2
Total Score from Section 3

180 Women

140 Men

Almost Certainly yeast connected

120 Women

90 Men

Probably yeast connected

60 Women

40 Men

Possibly yeast connected

60 Women

40 Men

Probably NOT yeast connected

I you scored below 60 for women or 40 for men, — WAY TO GO!! You are probably not plagued with the symptoms of Candida albicans. If your score was above 60 for women and 40 for men, you may want to consider looking into a means to get the Candida overgrowth under control.

This self analysis is provided for educational purposes only. This Diagnosis and treatment of specific health conditions should be completed by a physician or other health care practitioner.

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