Pictures of oral thrush can be very helpful in identifying whether you have an oral yeast infection. All the words in the world can't compare with one accurate photo.
And look below the pictures for brands of probiotic supplements that can help you get rid of this distressing problem.
In these photos you can very clearly see the white curd or cottage cheese like clumps that form. Each picture of oral thrush shows the patches of fungi growing in a different area.
The tongue and roof of the mouth are both common areas for this type of infection to develop. Check out oral thrush treatment to see how probiotics can help.
These three pictures are shown courtesy of and with permission of DoctorSpiller.com
If these images allow you to confirm your suspicions that oral yeast is what you do in fact have, then you'll be interested in probiotics that have had good results.
Each of these have provided a cure for some people.
Ultimate Flora Critical Care has eliminated oral thrush in 3-4 days.
Culturelle Lactobacillus GG Doctor recommended.
Threelac Probiotic An expensive product that has a lot of postive reviews on Amazon for candida infection in general but several people also talked specifically about oral thrush.. "After taking Threelac for about 9-10 days the infection in my mouth was completely gone!"
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If those pictures of oral thrush looked familiar to what you're seeing when you examine your own mouth in the mirror, then take a look at these 10 things that can be the cause of oral thrush (mouth thrush.) Thrush in the mouth is treatable. Although usually not serious, yeast infection in the mouth causes a lot of discomfort and worry to millions of people. There are a number of factors that are known to upset the balance between the bacteria and fungi in the mouth, and this imbalance is the cause of oral thrush (oral yeast infection, oral candidiasis.)
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