Unfortunately, providing no treatment is taken at this stage, the colonies can spread to other parts of one’s mouth, for instance, to soft palate and tonsils.
Treatment and Home Remedies
One of the most popular product which is used both for professional treatment of oral candidiasis as well as a home remedy is baking soda. This substance reduces acidity which is important in order to create the conditions inappropriate for breeding of Candida colonies. Usually, rashes are rubbed with soda and breastfeeding mothers should rub their nipples with baking soda too.
You can also try gargling with water and salt or baking soda in order to reduce the activity of the yeast infection.
Another popular treatment in this situation is irrigation of the mouth cavity with special medications which have an activity against fungi and yeast. Your doctor may also prescribe you some oral fungicide drugs as well.
In case a baby is ill with candidiasis, the parents should provide strict regime of hygiene which includes washing all the toys with the help of soda and ironing all the clothes used by a baby.
5. Streptococcal angina
Angina is a quite common disease which is normally treatable. Still, if it is not treated on time, a person can develop rather serious states as rheumatic fever or acquired heart issues.
Of course, one of the major symptom of this illness are white spots on the throat cavity. In addition to it, a person can feel pain each time he or she swallows. Other frequent symptoms of this disease are throat lumps, weaknesses, fatigue and a fever.
All these unpleasant sensations are caused by the intrusion of streptococcus or some other harmful microorganisms.
As far as you have understood, it is important to get rid of this health condition as soon as possible in order to avoid serious consequences.
The treatment includes taking products for boosting an immune system as well as antibacterial medications of the penicillin class.
6. Infectious mononucleosis
Infectious mononucleosis is an acute infection which is particularly common in teenagers and adolescents.
There are various unpleasant symptoms which can be signals of this illness. First of all, lymph nodes become enlarged and the throat becomes sore, rather red and painful. Sometimes, people who are suffering from infectious mononucleosis develop dangerous formations looking like white patches. In addition to it, people usually have a fever because of this infection.
Infectious mononucleosis is a quite specific kind of virus which is usually treated without any antibiotics. In case of particularly severe inflammation, one can use corticosteroids or other anti-inflammatory medications.
It is very important to get good home care in case of suffering from this illness.
7. Oral Herpes
Normally oral herpes appears on the lips looking like cold sores, although sometimes one can get develop this malaise on the throat or in the mouth.
Oral herpes is caused by herpes simplex viruses of type 1 or 2. A person can experience fever blisters on the lips and in the mouth which can reoccur. This infection can spread through close contacts with an infested person usually by kissing.
In order to treat oral herpes, you can get a prescription for various antibacterial medicines such as Valtrex, famciclovir or acyclovir. Unfortunately, there is no opportunity of recovering from this disease. Herpes simplex virus is untreatable which means that drugs help exclusively to minimise the effects of the activity of the virus. In some people, the symptoms may reoccur several times during a year.
8. Syphilis Infections
Syphilis is a rather serious health issue which can also have white spots on the throat among its symptoms. In addition to it, a person may get various rashes, sore spot on the body as well as the pain in one’s joints.
There is one more factor which can lead to the occurrence of white spots in one’s mouth. Sometimes, epithelium of the tissues can become keratinized. Unfortunately, 20% of such conditions lead to cancer.
Pay your attention to the fact that these spots can appear practically in each area of your mouth. Thus, they can attack gums, tongue and other parts of the mouth cavity.
The most frequent reason for developing leukoplakia is chewing tobacco or smoking. Yet, there are many other culprits of this malaise such as irritation caused by some antiseptic mouthwashes and toothpastes. In addition to it, there is a high possibility of developing this illness in people who have cheek biting habits or use a dental prosthesis which is poorly adjusted to the mouth.
10. Reaction to the Chemical Exposure
A person can be exposed to various chemicals some of which can be rather harsh which may cause particular reactions in a body. One of such possible reactions is the occurrence of white spots on one’s throat or in the mouth cavity.