What are the symptoms of Oral Thrush?
Specifically, oral thrush can suddenly flourish, and its symptoms can get more noticeable and serious along with time. The symptom of this infection can be easily observed as there are wounds with creamy-white color slowly appearing and the position is often on the tongue and the inner side of your cheeks and lips. If the infection is not stopped promptly, it will spread throughout the whole inner side of your mouth and even down to the back of your throat.
Further symptoms for confirming the infection can be swelling, soreness with aburning sensation and unpleasant taste which affect swallowing ability.
This type of infection spares no one; however, common victims are infants and elderly people who have weak immune system and especially people with dentures. For example, a mother encountering with vaginal yeast infection cantransmit the fungus to her infant, making the baby accessible to oral thrush development. Infants contracting oral candidiasis can exhibit the signs of fussiness and irritability, causing them to get trouble in feeding. As a woman’s breast is diagnosed with candida, the presence of read itchy sensitive nipples, a dry areola, or abnormal pain between the breast and nipples becomes relatively high.
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