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What should I do if I have itchy white spots on my tounge?

What should I do if I have itchy white spots on my tounge?

White itchy spots: See your general dentist or an oral surgeon for a definitive diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

Dr. Stratos Christianakis
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Joints are parts of the body, formed by the cartilage-covered ends of bones plus the strong, flexible ligaments that attach the bones to one another. Movements at the joints in the body allow the different parts of the body to move in ...Read more


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Hi I have small white spots on my knuckles. They are painless and are not itchy... I got hem around 3 weeks ago ... Should I be worried?

Hi I have small white spots on my knuckles. They are painless and are not itchy... I got hem around 3 weeks ago ... Should I be worried?

White spots on hands: Do you have exposure to chemicals or foliage? Could be contact dermatitis or eczema. Alternatively could be fungal, though that is less common. Would try over the counter topical steroid cream, if that does not work consider anti-fungal. Should moisturizer daily. f/u w/ doctor ...Read more

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I have itchy white spots on the tip of my tounge. They come and go about once a week to every 2 weeks. What is wrong with my tounge? I have pictures

I have itchy white spots on the tip of my tounge. They come and go about once a week to every 2 weeks. What is wrong with my tounge? I have pictures

Relax; Cool It!: The tongue responds to trauma such as hot or cold liquids, hot peppers, and caustic drinks. Avoid these incidents and you will have less "bumps". ...Read more

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I have white spots in the foldings of my thighs next to my private area on scratching them they turn brown theyre not itchy and not red ?

I have white spots in the foldings of my thighs next to my private area on scratching them they turn brown theyre not itchy and not red ?

Need to Visualize: Have a healthcare personnel look at the lesions to determine the nature of it. Your primary care provider or GYN doctor will be of great help. Be sure to get STD screening while there. ...Read more