My 3 month old has always had a milky tongue, but yesterday I noticed that her cheeks and back of her throat were also mucky. I tried to wipe her cheeks to check for thrush but baby's not keen on this and it was hard to tell if it was coming off or not. A trip to her doc will take a few days and I'm trying to decide whether or not to take her to a walk in clinic later today...anyone dealt with this? She is breast and formula fed, btw....(so am assuming I may need to treat myself as well).
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