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www.cdc.gov/fungal/diseases/candidiasis/invasive/index.html

Unlike Candida infections in the mouth and throat (also called “thrush”) or vaginal “yeast infections,” invasive candidiasis is a serious infection that can affect the blood, heart, brain, eyes, bones, and other parts of the body. Candidemia, a bloodstream infection with Candida, is a common infection in hospitalized patients.

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Fungus needs sugar and iron to thrive, that’s why it is common for diabetics to have a systemic fungal infection and fatigue issues from the low iron. It doesn’t take fungus long to multiply in the gut. When someone has a “leaky gut” the fungus can actually enter the bloodstream and travel.

www.lifeextension.com/Protocols/Infections/Fungal-Infections-Candida/Page-01

Fungal infections are usually superficial and/or confined to one area; however, in certain cases the infection can become systemic and even life-threatening. Symptoms will vary depending on where the infection is located, but itching and rashes are common.

www.yeastinfectionadvisor.com/systemicyeastinfections.html

Systemic Yeast Infection and The Experts. Systemic yeast infection and fungal disease do not suffer from a shortage of scientific knowledge, but strangely, the twentieth century has very little knowledge of them. In the Bible, under Leviticus 14 in verses 34 and 35, the talk of fungus and fungi causing disease is nothing new.

www.merckmanuals.com/.../infectious-diseases/fungi/overview-of-fungal-infections

Primary fungal infections usually result from inhalation of fungal spores, which can cause a localized pneumonia as the primary manifestation of infection. In immunocompetent patients, systemic mycoses typically have a chronic course; disseminated mycoses with pneumonia and septicemia are rare and, if lung lesions develop, usually progress slowly.

healthhearty.com/systemic-fungal-infection

Fungal infections are broadly classified into superficial infections and systemic infections. Superficial infections, which are also referred to as superficial mycoses, are the infections wherein the skin and the mucus membranes get affected on account of exposure to fungi.

www.humanillnesses.com/original/E-Ga/Fungal-Infections.html

Systemic fungal infections often are chronic * and develop slowly, taking weeks or months to become a problem. Symptoms are sometimes similar to those of the common cold, but sometimes, especially in people with weakened immune systems, symptoms may be sudden and severe, requiring hospitalization.

www.rightdiagnosis.com/f/fungal_infections/symptoms.htm

Symptoms of Fungal infections: Introduction. Symptoms of fungal infections differ depending on the type of infection, severity of the infection and the area of the body affected. Symptoms of athlete's foot include scaling and flaking of the skin and itching of the feet. Athlete's foot can spread to the toenails causing thick, yellowish toenails.

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Systemic yeast infections can affect men, women and children. Signs and symptoms can be both external and internal. Systemic yeast usually starts with an overgrowth of candida albicans, a yeast-like fungus that lives naturally in the digestive tract and colon. This condition is called candidiasis, which is a yeast infection.

www.dermnetnz.org/topics/skin-manifestations-of-systemic-mycoses

What are systemic mycoses?. Systemic mycoses are fungal infections affecting internal organs. In the right circumstances the fungi enter the body via the lungs, through the gut, paranasal sinuses or skin. The fungi can then spread via the bloodstream to multiple organs including the skin, often causing multiple organs to fail and eventually resulting in the death of the patient.