Self Test for Candidiasis

Take This Short Self-test to See if Your Symptoms May be Related to Candidiasis.

This short assessment test is designed to help identify the level of yeast overgrowth you may have. The results will help you and our expert consultants determine the specific program you should pursue.

Please note that this doctor-created quiz is intended for adults. It lists factors in your medical history which promote the growth of the common yeast Candida Albicans.

How to Take the Test
For each Yes answer in Section A, click the Point Score radio

button next to the question in that section. You will find the score automatically added up for you. Then move on to Sections B and C. Your section scores and your composite score will be displayed upon completion.

Taking this test should help you and/or your physician evaluate the possible role of yeasts in contributing to your health problems. Yet it will not provide an automatic Yes or No answer.

You can take this self-assessment test again as you progress along a program determined by your choice or talking to a Candida Wellness consultant.

* The results described are not typical and will vary based on a variety of factors.

Candida Self Test

Section A - For each question, check the appropriate box.

Yes No History
Have you taken tetracyclines (Sumycin ® , Panmycin ®, Vibramycin ®, Minocen ®, , etc.) or other antibiotics for acne for 1 month (or longer)?
Have you, at any time in your life, taken other "broad spectrum" antibiotics for respiratory, urinary or other infections (for 2 months or longer, or in shorter courses 4 or more times in a 1-year period)?
Have you taken a broad spectrum antibiotic drug* - even a single course?
Have you, at any time in your life, been bothered by persistent prostatitis, vaginitis or other problems affecting your reproductive organs?
Have you been pregnant:
• 2 or more times?
• 1 time?
Have you taken birth control pills:
• For more than 2 years?
• For 6 months to 2 years?
Yes No
Have you taken prednisone, Decadron ® or other cortisone-type drugs:
• For more than 2 weeks?
• For 2 weeks or less?
Does exposure to perfumes, insecticides, fabric shop odors or other chemicals provoke:
• Moderate to sever symptoms?
• mild symptoms?
Are your symptoms worse on damp, muggy days or in moldy places?
Have you had athlete’s foot, ring worm, "jock itch" or other chronic fungous infections of the skin or nails? Have such infections been:
• Severe or persistent?
• Mild to moderate?
Do you crave sugar?
Do you crave breads?
Do you crave alcoholic beverages?
Does tobacco smoke really bother you?

Section B - For each symptom check the appropriate circle.

1. Occasional or mild2. Frequent and/or moderately severe3. Severe and/or disabling
1 2 3 Major Symptoms
Fatigue or lethargy
Feeling of being "drained"
Poor memory
Feeling "spacey" or "unreal"
Inability to make decisions
Numbness, burning or tingling
Muscle aches
Muscle weakness or paralysis
Paint and/or swelling in joints
Abdominal pain
1 2 3 Major Symptoms
Bloating, belching or intestinal gas
Troublesome vaginal burning, itching or discharge
Loss of sexual desire or feeling
Endometriosis or infertility
Cramps and/or other menstrual irregularities
Premenstrual tension
Attacks of anxiety or crying
Cold hands or feet and/or chilliness
Shaking or irritable when hungry

Section C - For each symptom check the appropriate circle.

1. Occasional or mild2.Frequent and/or moderately severe3. Severe and/or persistent
1 2 3 Other Symptoms
Irritability or jitteriness
Inability to concentrate
Frequent mood swings
Dizziness/loss of balance
Pressure above ears...feeling of head swelling
Tendency to bruise easily
Chronic rashes or itching
Psoriasis or recurrent hives
Indigestion or heartburn
Food sensitivity or intolerance
Mucus in stools
Rectal itching
Dry mouth or throat
1 2 3 Other Symptoms
Rash or blisters in mouth
Bad breath
Foot, hair or body odor not relieved by washing
Nasal congestion or post nasal drip
Nasal itching
Sore throat
Laryngitis, loss of voice
Cough or recurrent bronchitis
Pain or tightness in chest
Wheezing or shortness of breath
Urinary frequency, urgency, or incontinence
Burning on urination
Spots in front of eyes or erratic vision
Burning or tearing of eyes
Recurrent infections or fluid in ears
Ear pain or deafness
The Candida Questionnaire is form 'The Yeast Connection Handbook' by William Crook, M.D. and is used with permission

Your Score:

What Your Score Means

  • 75 – 150 Moderate Condition of Candida
  • 151 – 225 Serious Condition of Candida
  • 226 – 275 Severe Condition of Candida
  • 276+ Extreme Condition of Candida

Adjusted Scoring for Men and Women
The Grand Total Score will help you and/or your physician decide if your health problems are yeast-connected.

Note: Women’s results will naturally run higher as 7 items in the test apply exclusively to women.

Men’s results have 2 conditions that apply exclusively to men.

This information helps determine the approximate time to remain on the program.

What to do Next
Remember that everyone has at least some Candida yeast in their bodies. To gain a good understanding of your Candida their bodies. To gain a good understanding of your Candida determine if the conditions you may be experiencing are Candida-related.

A higher score than you expected can be a good thing, as it will be helpful for you to understand what may be happening to you, and lead you to treatments that can eliminate these conditions. It may indicate that along with indicated lifestyle adjustments, you can benefit greatly by targeted supplementation.

To discuss your results with a Candida Wellness Consultant now, we recommend you contact us today.

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