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Something external: Check to see what you may have eaten or drank at bedtime last night, including toothpaste or mouthwash. These can have an effect, especially if you are a mouth breather and have dried it to your tongue. If there is no obvious cause of the "green", you should have your dentist check it out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Green tongue I have had a green tongue for three days since suffering from a cold and chest virus, why is this and what should I do about it?
Maybe normal: A green tongue with a cold maybe due to over-the-counter medication you were using or lozenges. If your symptoms continue you should see a healthcare provider. ...Read more
Did not eat or drink anything before bed and woke up with green tongue. Feeling tired an out of breath lately also. What could cause this ?
See your doctor : This is one of those conditions that no one will be able to diagnose without doing an examination, so see your physician, and if you aren't getting regular dental care, that should happen too. There are a number of conditions that could involve those symptoms, and there could be more going on that you realize. Many times there could be a connection between the oral and physical symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 16month old baby has green tongue after taking erythromycin, is this a side effect of the antibiotic or something else?
Probably: Antibiotics change the bacterial balance in all parts of the body. In all likelihood this is due to the antibiotics. See your childs pediatricians to see if treatment is needed. ...Read more
My 1 yr old had a cold with cough and runny nose then came down with a fever of 101.6, fever is home but now has a yellowish green tongue.
Sounds like a : bacterial infection ,see your pediatrician for treatment ...Read more