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This yr I got sick six times. My throat like three times, a yeast infection, a cold, and three cold sores. What to do? I'm scared.

Throat infections. Don't be scared, but i would still recommend seeing your primary doctor or an ent. They should be able to figure out what is going on. Feel better! Read more...

I am a 37 year old female who is suffering from a throat (oral) yeast infection.? s: how long do symptoms last and how can I never get this again?

Thrush. Thrush is never normal and requires a cause, like taking antibiotics, taking oral steroids, using a steroid inhaler or topical spray, or underlying disease like immunodeficiency. Make sure you know the cause and avoid, minimize, or treat it. In meantime you need anti fungal medication to prevent progression of the candidal infection to 'esophagitis' for example. At minimum nystatin or Diflucan (fluconazole). Read more...

I have pain on the left side of my throat its unbearable I have a UTI and just cured a yeast infection could my throat be infected?

Throat pain. Your description is suggestive of acute inflammation due to infection or trauma. If you still have your tonsils, this may be a tonsil stone which would be on one side with significant sharp pain without fever congestion or other symptoms consistent with infection. If you look at your throat in mirror you may see a white spot on side of pain which would be the stone, you can gargle or squeeze out. Read more...
Throat pain. Regardless if you have a UTI or not your throat problem is likely related to either strep, viral (adenovirus most common), allergic or viral rhinorrhea or mono. For starters try fluids, NSAID, and extra vitamin C. If no improvement in a few days get checked. Read more...

I am taking dulera, (formoterol and mometasone) if I get a yeast infection in my mouth or throat, can it be cured?

Very much so. Unfortunately inhaled steroids can lead to local immune dysfunction, particularly predisposing persons to thrush(oral yeast infections), that's why you have to be good about rinsing out your mouth of use of Dulera (formoterol and mometasone). But associated yeast infections can be treated with various troches(clotrimazole), liquids(nystatin) and oral antifungals(fluconazole) if necessary. Read more...
Prevention. You may need a topical antifungal to rid you of the yeast infection. Be sure to gargle after each Dulera (formoterol and mometasone) treatment. Sometimes using an Aerochamber may reduce the amount of inhaled steroid to the throat area. Whenever possible, try to use the minimum dose of steroid under your doctor's supervision. Read more...

Went to the doctor 2 weeks ago and doctor said I had a throat infection and gave me a Zpack. I am now having yeast infection symptoms. What do I do?

Call your doctor. Yeast infections can occur after you are on antibiotics, depends on where the yeast is as to how to treat. Call your doctor for the right treatment for your case. Read more...