Could thrush and a sore throat and slightly sore nipples be a sign of early pregnancy?
Some women are more prone to yeast infections during pregnancy, and sore breasts and/or nipples is a sign of pregnancy.
The sore throat could be related to the thrush (yeast) - but is not a sign of pregnancy.
If you are questioning a possible pregnancy you should take a test and remove all doubt.
They can be. Here are some personal experiences: I had EXTREMELY itchy nipples with my first pregnancy, before I even knew that I was pregnant. I am ttc no. 4, and have itchiness in the left nipple. I had itchy nipples and/or breasts during both pregnancies from two days after ovulating until I miscarried on the first or delivered my baby on the second. I have only had itchy nipples otherwise while trying to conceive… Read More
No. Thrush is an infection, it has nothing to do with pregnancy
It has nothing to do with Pregnancy.
Strep throat is due to streptococcus pyogenes and thrush is due to candida albicans. First is bacteria and second is fungus.
Strep Throat, Thrush ( Mouth yeast infection), tonsillitis.
Thrush is not a common pregnancy symptom, but it can occur in some women during pregnancy due to the chemical and hormone changes in their bodies. Thrush is also a symptom of: Uncontrolled diabetes HIV infection Cancer Weak immune system Side effect of antibiotics Yeast infection Thrush by itself is not evidence of pregnancy. See a doctor if you're concerned.
It could possibly be thrush: http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/tc/thrush-topic-overview
Ear infections, thrush
This disorder, also known as thrush, causes white, curd-like patches in the mouth or throat.
What would cause burning in throat nasty taste in mouth and a sensation of something stuck in throat?
Oral Thrush what is it?
Usually that is more a sign of thrush!Pregnancy can increase the chances of thrush
No, strep is a bacteria, but fungal infections can be as painful as strep. Thrush is a common fungus that can cause painful oral and throat infections.
If you mean "vaginal" thrush, this is just a yeast infection. You can buy creams to treat vaginal yeast infections at most drugstores. It does not require a prescription. The term "thrush" is usually only used to refer to a yeast infection in the mouth or throat.
There are various conditions that could cause white bumps to form at the back of the throat. Oral thrush and tonsillitis are some causes of this symptom.
Candidiasis, also called thrush when the infection is in the throat, is caused by Candida sp. of yeast.
You probably have a throat infection that needs to be checked by an ENT doctor or even a general doctor. It could range from development of oral yeast to bacterial infections: tonsillitis, oral thrush, mononucleosis, strep throat and the likes.
If you had a yeast infection that wasn't really active yet and your fingers came in contact with the infected area and then went into your mouth is it very probable to pass the infection there?
My guess is that it's not probable. Candida albicans exists in your vagina... the infection is caused by an imbalance which then allows the yeast to overgrow. If your mouth is healthy for the most part the yeast won't be able to survive (I would be careful not to eat any sugar though, just to make sure). it is possable!!!! its called thrush! What is oral thrush? oral thrush is an infection of yeast fungus… Read More
Go to the doctor, over the counter medications might not be safe.
Yes, but it also does due to not washing, menopause and thrush.
Can a vaginal yeast infection present itself as itching only which gets sore and slightly swollen after lots of scratching but there are no sores with no abnormal discharge?
itching is a symptom of thrush which is a vaginal yeast infection as well as otherr different symptoms. thrush can be treated by over the counter thrush cream.
Sounds like you may have thrush if you regularly take steroid inhalers. To prevent this have a sip of water after you have taken them. Thrush usually goes on its own accord, take some ibuprofen/paracetamol to ease the sore throat. If this isn't asthma related it may be something called geographical tongue, if so do the same as above to ease the pain.
I'm on my first round of clomid and finished taking last pill about two weeks ago. I've got thrush and thought it was an early sign of pregnancy, but apparently it's the clomid interfering with the ph balance. It's not actually thrush but very similar.
In the UK, a Thrush is a medium sized, brown, garden songbird with a light specked throat and breast that is known for its diet of garden snails.
Thrush can be a mild infection, but if continued to develop, symptoms may include a burning sensation in the mouth and throat. White patches on the tongue and in the mouth may be present and one may have a bad taste in their mouth and difficulty tasting foods.
The short answer is no. I guess it would depend on circumstances though. Normally in nursing couples if one party has thrush, so does the other (even if they are asymptomatic). So if you have thrush (in the nipples for example) it is very likely that your baby has it also. Thrush is fairly easy to diagnose if (a) your baby has white or pearly patches in the mouth that do not easily rub away… Read More
First get a man. secondly get a wipe. then allow the man to wipe away. enjoy!
No. Excessive vaginal discharge that is similar in appearance to ovulation discharge, can be a indication of pregnancy. A vaginal odour is usually a indication of a thrush infection.
This could be caused by a yeast infection. Commonly referred to as thrush when it in on the nipples; thrush can cause redness, breast/nipple pain, and itch. It's best to see a doctor so s/he can prescribe medication to treat it. Yeast is very resistant so it's important to take every precaution not to be reinfected after treatment. This can mean washing everything that has come into contact with your breasts with a bit of… Read More
Not usually. Its usually a sign of vaginal dryness, irriatation or a thrush infection.
Thrush is a yeast infection that can occur in the mouth, throat and vagina. Drinking alone does not cause it, but the nutritional deficiencies* that go along with alcohol abuse and alcoholism could certainly contribute to immune deficiency that could allow thrush to develop. Frankly, if you have thrush it would be a good idea to see a doctor about some follow-up tests. *Alcohol prevents nutrients from being absorbed and utilized properly. All alcoholics suffer… Read More
Here is some info on oral thrush there is no metion anywhere of abdominal pain. Oral Thrush appears as creamy white patches on the tongue, roof of the mouth, back of the throat and inside the cheeks. sometimes the white patches may not be visible and the patient may have an irritated and tender mouth with reddened, inflamed areas. Sometimes adults complain of a sore throat. severe infections may cause ulcers in the mouth. The… Read More
Thrush is the common name for an oral yeast infection. Yeast is normally found on ALL areas of the skin. Mucous membranes (mouth, vagina, skin folds) are particularly vulnerable to overgrowth of yeast because those areas are moist/wet, dark, and warm. Yeast commonly begins to colonize when the pH changes, when the person recently took an antibiotic, or if the person's immune system is not strong. Babies often get thrush. A doctor will prescribe an… Read More
Here is some information that is on www.webmd.com. Here is the direct link to this information: http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/tc/thrush-topic-overview. What is thrush? Thrush is a yeast infection that causes white patches in the mouth and on the tongue. Thrush is most common in babies and older adults, but it can occur at any age. What causes thrush? You get thrush when a yeast called candida, normally found on the body, grows out of control. In babies, candida… Read More
Most mothers experience some sort of breastfeeding problem. These can include latching pain, cracked nipples, plugged/clogged problems, engorgement/high milk supply, thrush (infection), low milk supply, inverted or flat nipples, baby sleeping at breast, painful/overactive let down.
Song thrush. Mistle thrush. There are many birds around the world whose name ends with thrush (South Island thrush, native thrush, New Zealand thrush...)
Your tongue is slightly white and has circular areas where it looks like chunks of skin are gone. What causes this and what can you do to stop it from happening?
possibly thrush. go see your doctor.
No, thrush is not a bacteria. Thrush is the name of a yeast infection.
Yes, but it is usually called thrush. It is caused by a yeast called candida albicans. It is more common in children, but is a naturally occurring yeast that is part of your gastrointestinal flora.
thrush (the bird) = tordo, zorzal, malvis (accent on the 'i') thrush (medical) = aita (accent on the 'i') thrush (veterinary) = higo
There is not a difference between the mistle thrush and the mizzle thrush. The second spelling is a common misspelling or colloquialism. This bird is a large, spotted thrush found throughout Europe.
One of the differences is in the breast marking. The mistle thrush has round breast markings and the Song Thrush has arrow shaped markings. The song thrush is also smaller and browner than the Mistle Thrush.
yes there are 2 kings of thrush brids a song thrush and a mistle thrush
Yes, a dog can get thrush. Thrush is another name for a yeast infection. Itchy paws, ears, and feet are common symptoms of dog thrush.
no. what your baby has is the same thing as a vaginal infection. the thrush is cured by nystatin oral solution, and have your doctor prescribe some nystatin cream for the bottom area. if you are nursing, keep you nipples clean , espescially before nursing. if you bottle feed, sterilize the nipples, bottles and any thing else used in feeding your baby. do not use the same nipple set up twice. It is a usual… Read More
My children had thrush as infants. The thrush had made its nest in the elm tree.
Thrush is to iris as bird is to flower. Thrush and iris are specific birds and flowers.
Thrush, the hoof disease, doesn't have a plural form. It's just "thrush."
The term refers to a whole bunch of types of birds--like the Laughing-thrush, the Rock-thrush, the Quail-thrush, the Thrush Nightingale, and even the Thrush Babbler, to name but a few. In addition, a yeasty fungal infection of the mouth occurring most often in babies or people with HIV or otherwise compromised immune systems is also called thrush.
The plural of thrush is thrushes.
No, a thrush is not a fish, it is a bird.