i got ertaczo for the thrush.
are you serious about thalidomide?????
don't know WHAT to do about the PIMPLE (think large boil)
http://www.badgerbalm.com/ ( I drive past this place once in awhile, neat little town)
I heard nystatin is good for mouth thrush. There's also been recommendations that thalidomide works well.
Check them out.
I get the cracks on the corner of my mouth also...Been using Badger Balm and it helps bigtime..Have also used Bag Balm..
are those OTC products?
i'll check it out.
Thrush --- ACK...
During TX --- I had A thrush like coating all over the inside of my mouth --- closing off the back of throat area --- turned out to be Strep BAD BAD BAD...
So --- when they thought was thrush they gave me this antibacterial/antibiotic/icky nasty whatever concoction... It worked tho... Like a charm.
I'll go ask the doc to email me what it is in there - and I'll type it out...
I am absolutely serious about the thalidomide. It is being used with good success for mouth ulcers. Well, you say you have mouth thrush which might not be quite the same but I included it just in case. One thing for sure is that you are not going to get pregnant while on tx, so that's the major contraindication out of the way.
It's a swish and spit combo of:
and it totally rocks.
i have that magic mouthwash too. good stuff.
I always swished and SWALLOWED my Nystatin. It tastes great and fills you up too. And I believe that is the recommended way to take the stuff. Of course, I took mine straight with no other additives so maybe that explains the spitting part. Mike
I used regular old salt water and my sores and red welts would come and go...today is my first day with no injection since last friday, and no copegus...lot less pills to take...having muscle twitches,and really tired and hungry...also bad headache...but I am sure it will get better...feels good to be done tx....one good thing I noticed is the heaviness in my chest is gone, I can breathe a deep breath and it feels wonderful...hang in there it does come and go ( the sxs) be patient with them even though they stink...hugs :) shelly