6 Symptoms of Candida Overgrowth

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The skin, mouth, throat, gut, and vagina generally have small quantities of candida. The healthy bacteria in the body keep it in check and don't cause problems. 

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Oral thrush—a white, cheese-like coating on your tongue, inner cheeks, throat, or roof of your mouth—is an indication of candida overgrowth.

White patches in your mouth

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Candida overgrowth causes yeast infections. They can occur after antibiotics, pregnancy, or high-estrogen birth control.

Frequent yeast infections

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Like yeast infections, most people get urinary tract infections. They usually involve feeling like you need to pee even when little comes out. 

Urinary tract infections often

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Any immune-suppressing illness might cause candida overgrowth. It may be especially true for Crohn's and ulcerative colitis. 

GI problems

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Candida usually dwells on skin. But sometimes fungi can penetrate the skin and produce an illness. Scaly dry skin, toenail fungus, or dandruff may appear.

Frequent skin infections

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