Getting Rid Of Oral Candidiasis
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Stanford University, School of MedicineAlthough it is possible, it is very unlikely, given your CD4 count and response to HIV treatment. You may want to have the diagnosis confirmed.... Read more »
Grady Health SystemErythematous candidiasis is diagnosed by appearance taking into consideration the patient's underlying medical condition or medications they may be on. It is possible to perform a lab test (KOH stain) to confirm the diagnosis, but the results... Read more »
Grady Health SystemThere are several potential reasons why a person may develop erythematous candidiasis (EC) such as use of a steroid-containing asthma inhaler, broad spectrum antibiotics, systemic steroids, uncontrolled diabetes and HIV. There are also several... Read more »
Grady Health SystemAs much as I would like to be of assistance, without the ability to actually see the area in question it is impossible for me to even suggest a reasonable diagnosis. With this in mind, I do have a suggestion for you. You have mentioned that you have... Read more »
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Posted by 911, 2 RepliesAnyone who is experienced/ knowledgable comment on oral candidiasis and if it-
*is always painful?
*has a "cottage cheese-like" appaearance?
* always leaves a red and/ or bleeding area underneath when scraped off?
Can it simply be "creamy film" on... Read more »
three months before was my last sexual contact-protected.
but before this we were together in the tub...how foolish.
one week later i had sore throat runny nose,sneezing.after two weeks... Read more »
One can have oral candidiasis, to last generation's eleven months of an exposition of risk and with four proofs ( ELISA ), last theirs to the 185 days of the aforementioned exposition, thanks to wholes, I... Read more »
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