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YEAST INFECTION NO MORE PROGRAM REVIEW - LINDA ALLEN

Apr 14th 2014 at 11:39 PM

Generalized Candidiasis Is A Sign Of Congenital Immunodeficiency:

Candidiasis is such a "trifling" disease as thrush, should be treated by a doctor, otherwise the disease can be repeated many times and sooner or later will move to other organs.

Generalized candidiasis is a sign of congenital immunodeficiency - This is a rare disease with a favorable prognosis is not always that develops in patients with congenital disorders of immunity (primary immunodeficiencies) in children from birth.

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These children need to constantly monitor and treated in accordance with established procedures.

What Is This Ddisease?

Chronic generalized (granulomatous) candidiasis - is a disease that occurs in children with severe congenital disorders of immunity, as well as in violation of the parathyroid and other endocrine glands.

Begins with oral candidiasis (Thrush), and then captures all the new spaces of the mucous membranes, skin and internal organs. If a child is not receiving adequate treatment, the candida can cause his death.

Course of the disease - Generalized candidiasis can occur in different ways. But more often it starts with oral thrush, not amenable to conventional treatment.

Thrush begins with the oral mucosa and manifests itself in the form of redness, swelling the oral mucosa and the appearance of her typical cheesy raids, which at first rapidly removed with a spatula, and then fused with the mucous membrane and become dense film, which are detected by removing sores.

Gradually moves to the region candidiasis tongue, gums, palate, throat, tonsils.

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