1. J says:

    Both my son and I were prescribed the antibiotic in liquid form to be taken four times a day. Were you only prescribed the cream?

    Unfortunately, breast pain still persists and my doctor prescribed an antibiotic for mastitis given my flu like symptoms and prickly burning pain of the breast. Antibiotics haven’t done much. It’s been a week already that I’ve been taking both antibiotics. My son is already six weeks and I’m just hoping that this pain subsides soon because it is so uncomfortable . Glad you’re feeling better !

  2. Hannah says:

    Hi! I am currently battling thrush and clogged ducts and knew you did to from your IG. I just made your “beat the yeast” wipes but the melted coconut oil solidified once I mixed it with water and apple cider vinegar. Is this how it’s supposed to be? Also, did you pre soak your paper towels? This post is so helpful. Hoping I can battle this fast! Thank you!

    • Kim says:

      Yes, I am wondering the same. Both my son and I are battling thrush and I made these wipes but the coconut oil solidified once sitting on the paper towels mixed with ACV and water. Thanks Lynzy!!

      • Danielle says:

        I know y’all aren’t asking me, but I found that I had to use fractioned coconut oil which is already a liquid coconut oil and that worked well for me!

    • Angie says:

      If you warm the water too, the coconut oil shouldn’t solidify

  3. Colleen says:

    I think I just reinfected myself with pump parts that I haven’t used in a while. Boil/bleach those? Vinegar? Also, 2 questions: 1) how do you keep yeast from growing in the Tupperware of DIY wipes? The ingredients are just natural deterrents or something? And 2) how do you keep the coconut oil in the DIY wipes from solidifying? I have chunks!

  4. Angie says:

    Just a quick note, I noticed the link says Grapeseed oil extract, but the product it takes you to is Grapefruit Seed Extract. Also, per the confusion in the previous comments, you may want to add something about heating the water or using liquid coconut oil.

    Thank you so much for this article!! I am hoping to prevent thrush because I am prone to yeast infections. I can’t wait to implement these things!

  5. Amanda says:

    Can you dIrect me to the GrapeseeD oIl extract you Used for thrush please and thank you!

  6. Anna says:

    ThRush is the worst! Yes to all oF these things, especially sugar eventhough that was pure torture!

  7. Tocara says:

    Do you put the coconut oil on your nipples first then nystatin cream on immediately after?

  8. Meredith says:

    Well, I had to chuckle when I saw your post because I already have a box of “goodies” like this I cary around with me and am using the suggested probiotics for myself. I’d been using a white vinegar and water rinse on my nipples but might try your option instead. We’ve been dealing with persistent thrush. I think it’s ALmost gone but it’s been a tough road and I’m over this anti-candida diet (with some slight variations to accommodate breastfeeding calorie/energy needs). Thanks for all your tips. I’m glad to hear it worked quickly for you, even if it isn’t for me, but hopefully we’re on the mend soon. Sounds like I’m at least on the right path.

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