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Foods To Eat With Thrush
Bland foods: Eggs, toast, yogurt, rice, bananas.Get a more detailed answer ›
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
Evaluation: Get treatment and check predisposing risk factors.See 1 more doctor answer
What makes my oral thrush that I've had for 4 years go away 2 or 3 hours upon waking but hurt with toothpaste and most foods all day?
No restrictions: If something hurts or burns then I would avoid that. Otherwise there are no restrictions.
What foods other than cold water can you give a 2 year old witth thrush taking medicine spray to stay nourished & feel soothing.
Good and bad: Avoid sugar and foods high in sugar, refined carbs, foods with yeast, junk food, fruit, alcohol, nicotine and caffeine. Eat potatoes and other starchy vegetables, whole grains, probiotic yogurts, nuts and seeds high in essential fatty acids, olive and linseed oil, herbs and spices. This is a partial list to use as a guide.
Hi, does oral thrush always mean aids? I have dentures I only take out when I eat and rarely clean. Could that be it too?
No: Oral thrush can be caused by HIV or any other disorder that affects our immune system, certainly if you are not properly cleaning your dentures, this could cause oral thrush. You should see a dentist to treat this. Most often, antifungal drugs will be used as well as instructions on how to dissinfect your dentures.See 3 more doctor answers
Can just being really sick & eating lots of sugary/starchy foods let oral thrush happen? Not on antibiotics & not sexually active so what caused it?
I have a white coating on tongue most comes off with baking soda, only to return hours later. Gets thick after food. How do l know if this is thrush?
How am I supposed to eat healthy when I have oral thrush and white piedra on my scalp at the same time?
I keep getting oral thrush over & over again. I don't have diabetes but everytme I eat sugar my feet itch like crazy.?
Recurrent: Oral candidaisis may not be a sign of diabetics. I will be concerned about HIV or other causes of impaired T cellular function and oral hygiene. Feeling itching like crazy on the feet seems like something else going on. High index carbohydrates can also elevate your blood sugar and diabetic neuropathy is not common in the pre-diabetic state or hyperinsulinismSee 2 more doctor answers
Red and swollen tongue, with lots of pain. No meds, no different foods, no changes that couldve brought this. Could it be caused by thrush?
See PCP: Possible. Best way to determine is to see physician to examine you and do testing.See 1 more doctor answer
Thrush almost non stop. Antibiotics for months. Done a while. Swabs show nothing. Blood tests clear. Have cut sugary food and had all meds from doc.?
More work up needed: Not sure what your work up has been. Not sure if diagnosis is correct. Antibiotics are not the treatment for thrush. Antifungals are the proper treatment. If proper diagnosis, evaluation of the function of your immune system is in order, including HIV testing. Scraping of the lesion in mouth put onto microscope and showing what we call hyphae makes the diagnosis. Easy to do in office.
I don't want to me sick anymore 6 months is enough and not 1 doctor knows why im not absorbing food why I have thrush or why I have pots, I lost a baby and 2 weeks later boom im sick. I'm so frustrated?
Yes: If it's in your esophagus as well. The question is why this might be. Do you know your HIV status? Are you diabetic? Please think about getting endoscoped.
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