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Entire top of tongue is black

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Dr. Kathy Robinson
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See doctor today: This could be an infection that needs antibiotics. Please see a doctor today. If you can not get in to see your regular doctor then go to an urgent ca ... Read More
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Dr. Kayvon Javid
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Thats the sign: you should see an oral surgeon and evaluate the situation before they become problematic. In my experience %95 percent of the times wisdom teeth have ... Read More
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Dr. David Duhon
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Act now: See a dentist or an ENT surgeon ASAP. It may be a sign of changes that lead to oral cancer. If not caught and treated early, oral cancer is a disast ... Read More
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Dr. M. Jan
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May be G.I. Bleeding: If you are taking any iron preparation, stop it. If stools are still black, you need to see your doctor to investigate the problem.
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Dr. Patrick Pan
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See MD: If stools are true jet black and not on medications, that may be indication upper GI tract bleeding. This needs md evaluation right away or go to er.
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Dr. Edgar Mendizabal
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I bet it : Will be herpes labialis in a few hours.
A 28-year-old female asked:
Dr. Debra Rosenblatt
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Contact DDS: See if the black area is a food particle that can be dislodged. Otherwise, see the dentist to rule out decay or calculus which needs to be removed.
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Dr. Justin Nelson
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Most likely yes: Most likely yes you have bitten it at some time and the black spot is just healed (coagulated blood) underneath the skin area. No worries, this will ... Read More
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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Oral blisters: Any burning sensation or pain? Possibility of herpes zoster (shingles) comes to mind. Might also be aphthous stomatitis/canker sores. Could also be he ... Read More
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Dr. Paul Garrett
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Dentists not all bad: You can't go through life avoiding dentists. Gingivitis can even hurt your heart, so buck up and get checked out. I don't have a good clue about a yel ... Read More
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