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Toddler Has White Spots On Tongue
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My 2 year old child has several tiny white spots on the tongue and all over the throat. What are they?
Possible "thrush": On the surface, it sounds like thrush, a yeast infection in the mouth. Yeast lives normally on body surfaces but multiplies in warm, moist areas. It's common in infants but less common in toddlers, so I suggest seeing his/her doctor to make sure that's what it is. Recent antibiotics recently it can make it more likely; there are other less common medical reasons; if it is yeast there is treatment.
I recently kissed a guy who is known to have alot of girlfriends and now I have gotten some small white spots on tongue. We didn't French kiss?
Tricky: Dermatologic conditions are hard to discuss without seeing them., but white spots often are normally present on the tongue. The only common std associated with kissing (herpes) just doesn't sound anything like that: it's red blistery somewhat sore on the outside at the edges of the lips and it's unlikely to first occur in teen years.
Small bumps around penis head and white spots on tongue: no painy. Wht's it? Is it dangerous? Is it aids symptoms? Had protected sex 1year before.
Not HIV: If you are worried about HIV infection then please get tested. But, your symptoms are in no way an indication of an HIV infection.
See below: Likely, simple supportive care - rest, increased fluid intake, gargling warm salt water - common sense remedies.
Roof of mouth so itchy, dizzy, very very sore throat, ears hurt, white spots on tongue and high temp. Worth a visit to the doctors or treat at home?
Go: Go see your GP. Take advantage of his/her intense training and many years of experience.
Possibly candidiasis: Candidiasis, sometimes called thrush, is a fungal infection that can cause white patches on the tongue. Usually these patches can be scrapped off and leave a bleeding surface. It is easily treatable with medication. Have your child evaluated by there pediatric dentist or pediatrician. They should be able to tell you if this is candidiasis.See 1 more doctor answer
See physician: It may be a number of things... Without seeing your baby it is hard to help.See 1 more doctor answer
Painful spots tongue: Lets so 2nd opinion and I can look at them.
White on tongue: It could be milk, especially if a powdered formula is used. However if it does not scrape or wipe away with a wet cloth. Then it could be thrush, a yeast infection in the mouth. Look at her gums too and inner cheeks it can spread. The doctor will give you some yummy drops for her mouth to kill the fungus.See 1 more doctor answer
White spots tongue: See a dentist or ENT specialist for a diagnosis and treatment if appropriate.
Difficult to: Guess a diagnosis over the internet. Would recommend an examination by your physician or dentist. Hope this helps.
Could be...: There are a few things it could be. Has you baby recently has antibiotics? Thrush is a yeast growth that can appear in the mouth from antibiotics or poor nutrition and can look almost like cottage cheese. Geographic tongue is harmless patches that are white and flaky. You should have a pediatrician check your baby to diagnose the cause.
I have white spots in my tongue like perfect circles. Is this an allergic reaction, should I be concerned?
Unlikely: What you describe is not typical of an allergic reaction. You should see a dentist to determine what you have and whether or not it requires treatment.
I have 6 small white spots on either side of my tongue, 3 mm diameter. Not bumpy. They are on and off. I am 46, dieting for a month. What are they?
What could cause my jaws to have white spots and tongue to have edgy spots and a feeling of burning?
Thrush: I'm not sure what you mean by "jaws", but white spots in the mouth with burning sensation frequently means a yeast infection of mouth and or throat. The risk of getting them increases with treatment with antibiotics or prednisone, in diabetics and other people with decreased immunity. This is treated with Nystatin mouth rinses, Clotrimazole lozenges, or Fluconazole pills for 14 days.
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