The client receiving antibiotic therapy complains of white, cheesy plaques in the mouth that bleed..

The client receiving antibiotic therapy complains of white, cheesy plaques in the mouth that bleed when removed. Which action should the nurse implement? 1. Notify the health-care provider to obtain an antifungal medication. 2. Explain that the patches will go away naturally in about two (2) weeks. 3. Instruct the client to rinse the mouth with diluted hydrogen peroxide and water daily. 4. Allow the client to verbalize feelings about having the plaques.