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Red bumps in back of throat, white coating on tongue. Taken Adderall. Oral thrush?

I went to the doctor and was treated for a yeast infection. I also, got tested for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and had my cervix scrapped. I have been with the same person for six years now. I was prescribed Adderall. I took one and had an allergic reaction to it. At that time, I noticed that I had red bumps in the back of my throat. Well, now it is like two weeks later I have the red bumps, the do not hurt, a mild white coating on the tongue. Then I looked under my tongue and there are like a few stringy pieces hanging. What is this? Do I have Oral Thrush? I have read so many different things online about my condition and symptoms that I am freaking out.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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yes this could be oral thrush .
Recurrent fungal infection you must get yourself tested for diabetes by getting blood sugar tested.
For oral thrush you should consult ENT specialist .
you can start with--
this is a gargle you will have to mix all three and then do it--
Liq. Lignocaine 1 bottle + Tab. Betnesol 4 tablets + Clotrin mouth wash, mix all three and then do gargle 3 times a day
Betadine gargle 2 tsf in half glass of water three times a day
for starting oral antifungals do consult your doctor.
Answered: Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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