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+1 vote
It seems to be reoccuring and im unsure as to why
or how i can stop it
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For oral thrush,
- Eat unsweetened yogurt.
- Take acidophilus capsules or liquid.
Yogurt and acidophilus don't destroy the fungus, but they can help restore the normal bacterial flora in your body.
Consult doctor if your infection persists, who will prescribe you an antifungal medication and rule out the underlying illness that could be causing oral thrush.
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Brush at least twice a day and floss at least once daily. Replace your toothbrush frequently until your infection clears up.

Try warm saltwater rinses- Dissolve 1/2 teaspoon of salt in 1 cup of warm water. Swish the rinse and then spit it out.
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