What are the Symptoms of White Fungus?

White fungus, also known as Candidiasis or Candida infection, can have various symptoms depending on where it occurs in the body. Common symptoms may include:

  1. Oral Candidiasis (Thrush):
    • White patches on the tongue, inner cheeks, or throat
    • Soreness or redness in the affected area
    • Difficulty swallowing
  2. Genital Candidiasis:
    • Itching and burning sensation in the genital area
    • Cottage cheese-like discharge in women
    • Redness and swelling in the affected area
  3. Cutaneous Candidiasis (Skin):
    • Red, itchy rash with white scales
    • May affect areas of skin that are warm and moist
  4. Invasive Candidiasis (Internal organs):
    • Fever and chills
    • Fatigue
    • Pain in the affected organ (e.g., abdomen for abdominal candidiasis)

It’s important to note that these symptoms can vary in severity, and not everyone with a Candida infection will experience all of them. If you suspect you have a white fungus infection, it’s essential to consult a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.