What Are The Symptoms of a Throat Yeast Infection?

Throat yeast infections are not very common in otherwise healthy individuals. If the infection reaches the esophagus it may be called Esophageal candidiasis. Usually they are limited to patients with compromised immune systems such as those with HIV or AIDS, or undergoing cancer treatment for example. A throat yeast infection may occur as the result of an oral yeast infection spreading down the throat, and has similar symptoms to Thrush. Each sufferer may experience a different combination of symptoms and their severity depends on how bad the candida overgrowth has become and how weak the compromised immune system is.

Symptoms can include;

  • burning
  • white film coating
  • lesions
  • pain is possible
  • swelling

If it reaches the esophagus there may be symptoms that include;

  • difficulty or pain swallowing
  • a feeling that food is stuck in the back of your throat
  • fever
  • weight loss
  • nausea
  • vomiting

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