Zytiga And Prednisone, Casodex, And Nitrofurantoin!

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Cookie Says:


just started zytiga, along with prednisone, 50 mg of casodex, lupron shot within 10 days.. and hitrofurantoin monohydrat 100 mg.. and have a white substance.. "OCCURING" frequently. on the inside of mouth. also on Fentnyl 50 mcg, and 600 mcg Fentnyl ( actiq)..


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Verwon Says:

Have you spoken to your doctor about it?

There is a reasonably good chance that the white substance in your mouth is due to a yeast infection from the antibiotic, Nitrofurantoin that you are taking. They are well known to cause them as side effects.

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If that is what is causing the problem, then your doctor can prescribe an antifungal oral medication to help clear it up.



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