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Thrush is a fungal infection that is most common in babies around 4 weeks old but may occur earlier. Thrush is seen as a white furry coating in the baby's mouth that does not go away when wiped. If you suspect thrush you must contact your midwife, health visitor or GP for treatment and ensure that you have good hygiene practices.

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