Jan 15, 2007
i like to know about what the med for candida in mouth?
Response from Dr. Young
Thank you for your post.
Candida in the mouth is called thrush (you could search our forums for a lot of information). In brief, there are several treatments for thrush, including the "topical" swish (gargles) medications, like Nystatin or Clotrimazole or systemic antifungal medications, like fluconazaole (Diflucan).
Hope this is useful. BY
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