Treat Fungal Infections In The Mouth?
is there a way to get rid of it without drugs
Hello Valentino, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Treatment of Candida fungal infections in the mouth (oral candidiasis) cannot be replaced by other methods other than by using special medicines for Candida fungal infections, whether taken, drilled or applied directly to the mouth, because these drugs serve to kill the fungus The Candida fungus cannot multiply and cause more severe infections.
While taking medication, there are also things you can do to help speed up the infection that can be done at home such as:
Gargle using salt water
Use a soft toothbrush to prevent accidental picking of the fungus because this can create new wounds
Use a new toothbrush every day until the infection has finally disappeared
Avoid using mouthwash (mouthwash)
Take probiotics regularly
For further, check your condition back to the doctor to determine and overcome other conditions that may accompany the onset of fungal infections such as diabetes, autoimmune diseases which require the use of long-term immune-lowering drugs, HIV infection and others. Overcoming this fundamental condition is very important to do to prevent recurrence of the fungal infection in the future. If after treatment during the time specified by the doctor felt no improvement, it is advisable to re-check yourself back to the doctor who previously gave you therapy for re-evaluation.
I hope this helps.