I have been having symptoms in my mouth for a year after taking a trip overseas.
At first, there was some sores under my tongue. I went to a Periodontist who thought
I had an oral fungal infection. I took some oral anti-fungal medication but no luck.
I went to a second periodontist who thought I might have Oral Candida. She gave me
some Nystatin but symptoms remain. I have been to an Immunologist and Allergist but still no diagnosis. I have white patches in my mouth that come and go. Reacts to food like breads and anything sweet. I have tried a special diet...is anyone else familiar with what this may be? I have been tested for everything the doctors can think of..Please help!
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