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Posted 5 years ago , 7 users are following. I have had oral thrush for 11 months. After exhausting all treatments, drops, gel, tablets my GP requested bloods, 6 phlebotomist appointments later Still no blood as my veins collapse and i just end up with horrendous swellings and bruising. I havent had antibiotics for years, no inhalers or any of the obvious causes. Now i found out that due to problems at the hospital, the waiting list is now 22 weeks meaning i have to wait even longer and gp tells me that after the initial appointment i will ve put on yet another list for a biopsy. He seems frustrated and quite concerned, voicing concerns about hiv -ve test after seperating from ex 10 years ago leukemia and hepatitis.
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While oral thrush is usually easily treated with nystatin or fluconazole, sometimes, it may not go away at all or come back as soon as you stop the treatment. This may be a result of a number of factors including improper treatment administration, health conditions, or dietary circumstances, or a combination of them. Thrush medication comes with a leaflet that you should always read before starting the treatment. Fluconazole- based pills such as Diflucan are commonly prescribed for thrush.
Oral thrush is a fungal infection of the mouth. It is not contagious and is usually successfully treated with antifungal medication. It is also called oral candidosis or candiasis because it is caused by a group of yeasts called Candida. Speak to your GP if you develop symptoms of oral thrush.