One of the most common struggles in the detox process is dealing with yeast overgrowth. It is common even in children who have not begun detox because mercury suppresses immune function, so the body can't control yeast.
Many parents are familiar with it and may think they need to stop detox until the yeast is gone, but it delays the detox process that corrects immune function. Others are concerned about yeast flare-ups during detox and may be apprehensive to begin, which is understandable, but fungal overgrowth is common in mercury poisoning. The key isn't to avoid detox but instead to learn how to manage yeast overgrowth so you can detox.
It does get better with lots of detoxes, but it takes time. In the meantime, managing goes a long way so you can continue to detox. Yeast will become much easier to control with less anti-fungal, and eventually, it will go away entirely.