How Do You Treat Oral Thrush
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Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your post.I'm sorry to hear about your GM, it certainly sounds like she could have oral (or esophageal) candidiasis (thrush). Before speaking about treatment, it might be worth a word about diagnosis-- it's a relatively simple... Read more »
University of Kansas Medical CenterAs you pointed out, HIV is not the only cause of thrush. Oral thrush is not an uncommon problem for folks on steroids. Generally the development of thrush with HIV is not in the first few months of infection, but later when there has been... Read more »
Grady Health SystemThere are many questions contained within this posting so I will try and separate them out.1. It is very possible to develop thrush when on broad-spectrum antibiotics. This is one of the main risk factors for people who develop candidiasis... Read more »
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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 »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI have had thrush now for about a week. Should I test for hiv or ARS or could it be somethingelse? Not really worried just curious.
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Posted by princealbert, 2 RepliesI've had drug resistant esophogeal thrush in the past, been on amphotericin IV, but was OK for years. Recently, I was diagnosed with esophogeal thrush and microsporidiosis. Has anyone out there had success treating thrush with something other than... Read more »
Posted by wanderingwarriorSo, about 3 weeks ago, I had a major sore throat and the doctor noticed thrush on my tongue. I was given Fluconazole to treat it, one a day for 14 days.
My symptoms cleared and my tongue looked health again.
On day 13, I had a few drinks... Read more »
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