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Could thrush and a sore throat and slightly sore nipples be a sign of early pregnancy?

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2010-11-13 03:34:56
2010-11-13 03:34:56

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.

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No. Thrush is an infection, it has nothing to do with pregnancy

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It has nothing to do with Pregnancy.

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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 (and there's evidence I was having an implant problem) or when I had thrush when I was breastfeeding. You could also have nipple eczema or thrush but you'd probably have a noticeable reddness or cracked nipples.

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Strep throat is due to streptococcus pyogenes and thrush is due to candida albicans. First is bacteria and second is fungus.

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Strep Throat, Thrush ( Mouth yeast infection), tonsillitis.

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Sore throat with white spots on tonsils could be strep throat or thrush.

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It could possibly be thrush: http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/tc/thrush-topic-overview

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Usually that is more a sign of thrush!Pregnancy can increase the chances of thrush

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This disorder, also known as thrush, causes white, curd-like patches in the mouth or throat.

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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.

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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.

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Candidiasis, also called thrush when the infection is in the throat, is caused by Candida sp. of yeast.

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Go to the doctor, over the counter medications might not be safe.

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Yes, but it also does due to not washing, menopause and thrush.

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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.

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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.

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First get a man. secondly get a wipe. then allow the man to wipe away. enjoy!

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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.

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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.

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Actually YES it can be, the hormone inbalance caused by pregnancy can cause candida to grow and you are 10 times more likely to experience thrush when pregnant! Also many pregnant women experience this in both the early stages and in the later stages, some as early as 2ww before a hpt! Its sad to say that most cases in pregnancy reoccur and are more difficult to treat, always see your GP as it needs to be correctly diagnosed and treated as oral remedies are not licensed for thrush in pregnant women.


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