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yeast infection esophagus

Candida and your health: Is it the cause of your problems?

Yeast and fungal infections, also called Candida, are very garden. Candida is a medical term for a micro-organism found naturally in the corpse. Everyone has Candida, a form of yeast. In healthy individuals with a strong functioning vaccinated system,

Oral Thrush Treatment Market Will Generate New Growth Opportunities By 2026

 Is normally present in the mouth, but sometimes it can overgrow and become pathogenic to the host’s tissue. Oral thrush usually causes the development of a creamy white lesion on the tongue or inner cheeks. Sometimes it may spread to the gums, tonsils, and/or roof of the oral cavity. In severe cases such as cancer or HIV/AIDS, lesions get worse and spread downward into the esophagus. Several factors such as weakened immunity, diabetes, vaginal yeast infections, and medications may increase the risk of oral thrush infections. Diagnosis of oral thrush depends on the location. If the thrush is limited to the mouth then it can be diagnosed by microscopic examination and blood tests. If oral thrush has spread into the esophagus, then it can be diagnosed with the help of biopsy, endoscopic examination, and/or physical examination. Moreover, oral thrush can be treated with topical anti-infectives such as gentian violet and antifungals such as fluconazole, clotrimazole, etc.

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My mom complained of pain in her stomach. She went to the doctor and the doctor said she need to take this medication. I read up on it "candidiasis - esophagus". It talks about yeast infection; and esophagus is near the throat area. If she


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can you have a yeast infection in your esophagus?



Yes. It is called thrush and I have had it. At 41 years old I got my tonsils, adenoids and my uvula taken out for sleeping reasons. During the healing process I developed thrush in my esophagus. I used an oral antibiotic that I gargled and swallowed.


I think so. I think it goes from mouth to the other side of the tubes.


No.