If you note my original post. I was asking people to have something simple done. Get a culture of your tongue. If it is yeast they will find it. See below.
Diagnosing Oral Thrush
Candida can proliferate in your mouth for a number of reasons, including a compromised immune system or as a result of taking Antibiotics . If oral thrush is a suspected culprit, your physician will follow procedures specific to the diagnosis of mouth infections.
To diagnose candidiasis, a doctor simply takes a skin scraping to be viewed under a microscope. Candida albicans is easy to identify, particularly if the sample is used to grow a culture. This latter procedure confirms a diagnosis of oral thrush.
So basically. I am just frustrated how this Candida thing is still lingering yet it doesnt seem to be the issue here.. It seems to be the symptom of something else. Lets work together to research this different avenue as the direction most of us are taking now isnt working.....