Hi & Welcome.
I can understand your concerns.
Age, gender, not mentioned.
Based on the history given you seem to be suffering from oral candidiasis
Candidiasis is a yeast infection (candida albicans) which tends to affect warm, moist areas of the body such as the mouth, pharynx, vagina, penis, and certain areas of skin.
It is more common in people with diabetes
as high sugar levels and weak immunity which lead to better conditions for the yeast to grow.
I advise you to consult your doctor for proper clinical examination and your doctor will prescribe your topical antifungal
medications like Nystatin or Clotrimazole
which needs to be applied to the inside of the mouth for 7 to 14 days.
For severe infections the treatment is usually oral Fluconazole
Beside medications you need to have certain preventive measures like:
hese suggestions may help during an outbreak of oral thrush:
1. Take insulin regularly and maintain the normal blood glucose level
2. Maintain good oral hygiene
3. Brush and floss regularly.
4. Replace your toothbrush often until your infection clears up.
5. Don't share toothbrushes.
5. Disinfect dentures (if any) and
6. Try warm saltwater rinses.
Dissolve about 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 milliliters) of salt in 1 cup (237 milliliters) of warm water. Swish the rinse and then spit it out, but don't swallow.
Hope the advice given above would be useful in getting rid off oral thrush.