Hi, sally 387 , what you have is definetely an oral or mouth fungal infection .
This condition does not necessarily mean that you have HIV , there are other conditions that can also produce this type of infection like : diabetes , other immunedeficiency disorder ( in this condition the immune system ( this system is formed by white blood cells and proteins like antibody and complement ) that normally defends your body against infections is not working properly ) or malnutrition .
Consult your doctor who will perform some tests including : a complete white blood cell count and profile ,blood glucose test and ELISA test .
With these tests , your doctor will be able to determine what condition you have that is producing this oral yeast infection to treat you properly .
He will also prescribe you oral antifungal medications or suspensions like Miconazole or Nystatin to treat this oral fungus .
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