How Do You Know If You Have Oral Thrush
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHow common is it to get oral thrush 6-8 months after a possible infection?
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Posted by AnonymousHi folks! I've noticed in the past that a lot of people out there were concerned about having oral thrush after seeing a white coating on the tongue!
After checking out the symptoms on www.drkoop.com, here's what you should be experiencing if you... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDoes anyone here know the incubation period for oral thrush between a possible HIV exposure and the first signs of a problem(white spots)? Is it a few days, a few weeks, a few months? I got tested 6 weeks after a possible HIV exposure and it was neg... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI was wondering if some of the experts could give me some info. Is oral thrush painful? I came down with a bad throat infection a couple of days ago. Having a hard time swallowing and both my nodes are swollen and painful in my neck. Upon further... Read more »
Posted by Sal, 3 RepliesHi there,
I tested negative at about 5 weeks after protected sex with a CSW.
Sore throat and thrush will not go away. My GP has given me several antibiotics and treated my oral thrush with Nystatin and Mycelex. Niether one seems to get rid of my... Read more »
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Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting.Yes, antibiotics (even a few days) can cause thrush. It's also important to recognize that not all white patches are thrush- sometimes it's just the normal variation of the surface of the tongue.BY... Read more »
Grady Health SystemFirst, there is no correlation between thrush (candidiasis) and a new HIV infection. Thrush more often than not appears after the CD4 count has dropped below 300. What it sounds like you are describing is nothing more than coated tongue, which... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I'm not sure how I can help you over the Internet other than to reiterate the facts:1.Thrush is an over-diagnosed condition. See an ENT specialist (or infectious disease specialist) if you think you have persistent thrush. Most likely you... Read more »
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