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Can Oral Thrush Cause The Gums To Swell
I just found out that I probably have oral thrush. Could that be connected to a gum infection that appeared about the same time?
Oral thrush or oral candidiasis is a yeast infection of the mouth. White plaques are present on the inner side of cheeks of the mouth. The tongue may also have a white coat. Treatment is by antifungal liquid, tablets or troches. Thrush can occur when the normal flora of the mouth is disturbed such as during antibiotics, oral ...Read more
Hey! I've been experiencing white tongue not oral thrush, blackish gum & dry mouth. .. do you think it's hiv?
Think I got oral thrush gums&where tonsils were is red raised ulcer like. Tongue whitish yellow+red dots. Lots pain can't chew. Had 3 dif antibiotics?
See your physician: Antibiotics are very effective but can also change the normal flora. ...Read more
Got dry socket after molar extraction, now have inflammed, red gum, in same socket but nearer to wisdom tooth. Antib's cause thrush, any other solutions?
See your dentist: There are a few things that can be done to treat a dry socket. Usually combination of antibiotics, pain medication, and perhaps palliative dressing can be placed in the mouth to help alleviate the pain. You should see your doctor to change your antibiotic and get a pain med that will help alleviate your pain. There is little you can do aside from that, although it should heal in ~3-4 weeks. ...Read more
No specific time: There are varying degrees of immune dysfunction with HIV and there are varying levels of exposure to agents that cause opportunistic infections (i.e. infections that occur when one's immune system is not functioning normally). These variable factors will contribute to the time it takes to develop thrush. ...Read more
I believe I have oral thrush. I just had a hemorrhoidectomy and want to know if it somehow caused it.
Been sick since halloween have had oral thrush 3 times now. First not sure cause of second was on antibiotic this time not on antibiotic.
Diabetes: If you are overweight or obese or have family history of diabetes, please check ur self for diabetes. If not, then check of any underlying immune deficiency.you can still get thrush from the second time to third time if you did not use any nystatin for the second attack. See a doctor if this keeps continuing. ...Read more
Yes: Get a hemoglobin a! c test.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Oral thrush is a yeast infection of the mouth. Sometimes it is accompanied by thrush in the esophagus, which causes trouble swallowing. If you have trouble breathing, then that's not caused by thrush. I am assuming that you have been diagnosed with oral thrush by a physician, because that is usually a sign of a serious immune deficiency, unless you're using inhaled steroids. ...Read more
What could cause symptoms of immune issues and reoccuring oral thrush, other than autoimmune disorders?
Oral thrush: It is unusual for an 17 year old to have recurrent oral thrush. If you use chronic corticosteroid, or steroid asthma inhaler, you might have an increased risk of having it. Some conditions that affect the number or function of your t lymphocytes, a type of the immune cells can make you susceptible to oral thrush or mucocutaneus candidiasis. ...Read more
Can my oral thrush cause burping? If so what can I do about it. I non stop burping but silent small burps
Oral Thrush-Burping?: Thank you for your question. The term oral thrush is usually assigned to the diagnosis of candidiasis or yeast infection within the oral cavity. Typically, thrush & its treatments are not associated with burping, however, it is certainly possible. Having a thorough examination & evaluation performed by a qualified medical practitioner would be helpful in diagnoses and treatment of the burping. ...Read more
Got oral thrush, given nystan, I am not taking it, it can cause steven-johnson syndrome. Why anyone would use this I do not know?
Very rare: Nystatin is considered a safe drug. There has only been one reported case in the medical literature of stevens-johnson syndrome from nystatin. That was not a controlled study and has not been verified in any other way. Many other common drugs *can* cause s-j syndrome, but it is still very rare. ...Read more
Just diagnosed with oral thrush. Why would I get thrush at 32 yrs old when I have not been on antibiotics? No recent medications not diabetic. Causes?
Oral thrush and other candida infections can occur when your immune system is weakened by disease or drugs such as prednisone, or when antibiotics disturb the natural balance of microorganisms in your body.
Normally your immune system works to repel harmful invading organisms, such as viruses, bacteria and fungi, while maintaining a balance between 'good' and 'bad' microbes that normally inhabit. ...Read more
How important is it to get oral thrush treated quickly? Doc said call if meds caused thrush, but it's been a week of calls. Okay to keep waiting? Hurts.
I keep getting oral thrush but have been tested negative for nearly every underlying cause. What could be causing it?
Oral hygiene: Poor oral hygiene.Get a more detailed answer ›
How sick &with what?: Thrush is not necessarily an std. Thrush develops when the opportunity presents for a compromised immune system. Many patients who use inhalers that contain steroids are at risk, particularly if some of those steroids are deposited in the oral cavity. Patients on broad-spectrum antibiotics, who take steroids for any inflammatory condition, & those fighting a systemic disease (like HIV) get thrush. ...Read more
If HIV caused someones oral thrush, how soon of an infection of HIV would cause it? 1 year? 2 year?
Thrush in an HIV infected human would represent immune function damage. Now a days in our modern world, thirty years into the HIV epidemic all people with HIV in the world are encouraged to be on treatment to suppress the viral infection and to prevent immune function damage. Thus, there is not an automatic transition to getting thrush anymore.
If one has thrush this does not mean they are HIV +. ...Read more
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
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