Detection of intestinal candidiasis
Candidiasis is an opportunistic infection caused by yeast, and can lead to various changes: dysbiosis, allergies and food intolerances, leaky gut syndrome, oxidative stress, etc. The most frequently implicated etiological agent is Candida Albicans, which produces arabitol and leads to increased levels of arabinose. Accordingly, high levels of arabinose in the urine may be a good indicator of Candida Albicans infections and may assist in the treatment of the patient presenting the mentioned changes.
The test accurately analyzes the level of arabinose in the urine of the patient and allows knowing if the patient presents high levels of arabinose, thus aiding a more effective and less invasive diagnosis.
• Patients with digestive disorders.
• Cases of recurrent vaginal or vulvovaginal candidiasis.
• Suspected intestinal candidiasis.
• People who wish to proactively manage their health by optimizing their digestive health.
• Patients with inflammatory and/or systemic immune diseases.
• Patients with other chronic systemic diseases related to intestinal dysbiosis.
• Guaranteed from the experience of the Synlab group, the absolute European leader in laboratory diagnosis.
• Objective and detailed results report.
DOCUMENTATION – Available on Extranet for clients:
• Informed Consent.
• Clinical Questionnaire.
• Patients should not consume vegetables, cherries, apples, tomatoes, barley and oats 3 days prior to sampling.