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Candidiasis Of The Tongue
Possible 1/4" candidiasis spot in tongue, i used nystatin and it disappeared but then it came back while on treatment could it be something else?
Can Zoloft (sertraline) and lamictal cause candidiasis (fungus) on tongue? Tried antibiotics 3 times before, but it still wont go away! what can the causes be?
No: Zoloft (sertraline) and Lamictal do not cause thrush-candidiasis. The treatment for oral candidiasis is an antifungal. Maybe you don't have candidiasis and it is a chemical or thermal burn? It could also be hairy leukoplakia, premalignant leukoplakia, lichen planus or reactive glossitis... Ask a dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fungi growing on my back and recently my hairs fall heavily (+dandruff+itch). And possibly oral candidiasis(white tongue wide spots).What should I do?
Find Alternative Doc: Look at the a4m.Com web site and use the locate a doc feature to find a local physician who has training and experience in functional medicine. You are colonized with candida and probably abnormal bacteria as a source for these. This may mean an underlying food allergy as well. You need a physician who can do specialized GI testing and guide your treatment to prevent recurrence. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
HIV 1&2 P24 combo 13th day.index value 0.1&non-reactive. Oral Candiasis(tongue) on14th day.Is this ARS ?No other symptoms so far.How reliable is test?
Very reassuring: I think this is a duplicate question, same answers. Oral candida is not likely (not the same as white coated tongue). But even if candida, it is too soon for it to be from an HIV infection caught only 2 weeks previously, and is never the only sign of ARS. Your test is about 90% conclusive that you don't have HIV. Have another combo test at 4 weeks to be certain, but in meantime really no worries. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Candidiasis usually does not occur in normal individuals and may be a signal of immune deficiency. It also depends on where the candida infection is in the body. There different implication for candida in the vagina vs. Esophagus. Treatment will depend on the underlying disorder and location. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yeast infection: Vaginal candidiasis usually presents with clumpy white vaginal discharge and extreme vaginal itching. It is also associated with painful intercourse. A vaginal yeast infection can occur with no particular reason, but does frequently show up after taking antibiotics for an unrelated infection. ...Read more
Kind of...: ...Though it's pretty ubiquitous; most people carry a small amount of Candida Albicans on their skin and mucous surfaces without becoming sick; candida tends to flare up on injured surfaces, or after bacteria are suppressed with antibiotics, or in an immunosuppressed host, or in an embedded foreign body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Try using...: You can safely treat a yeast infection during pregnancy with various over-the-counter anti fungal creams or suppositories, including: Miconazole (monistat), Clotrimazole (gyne-lotrimin). These products can be used at any point during pregnancy and don't pose a risk of birth defects or other pregnancy complications. For best results, choose a seven-day formula. ...Read more