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I have had yellow/coated tongue for 4 months & have done everything to get rid of it and it still comes back everyday. Any advice or pills that work?

I have had yellow/coated tongue for 4 months & have done everything to get rid of it and it still comes back everyday. Any advice or pills that work?

Possible fungal infe: First, a detailed history is necessary, and I would try with a antifungal agent like Mycilex troches, and use tongue sweeper 2x a day and good oral hygiene. Dr Neksovic ...Read more

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Any connections with white/yellow coated tongue and liver issues? Pain under right rib for a year. All bloodwork/US/CTscan normal. Still concerned.

Any connections with white/yellow coated tongue and liver issues? Pain under right rib for a year. All bloodwork/US/CTscan normal. Still concerned.

Liver issue?: If all of your labs, ultrasound, and CT scan are completely normal, why are you concerned about a possible liver issue? Is there more to the story than you have shared with us? I would follow up with your doctor or a gastroenterologist for the next step in trying to figure out the cause of your right-sided abdominal pain. Good luck. ...Read more

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What would cause a white and yellow coated tongue? I brush, floss, rinse and scrape my tongue 3 times a day, it keeps reappearing. What could this be

What would cause a white and yellow coated tongue? I brush, floss, rinse and scrape my tongue 3 times a day, it keeps reappearing.  What could this be

White tongue : Are you taking any medications? How is your general health? This could be thrush and is something that your primary care should check out for the cause. ...Read more

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I have a sore throat, soft&hard palate are white/yellow. coated tongue, swollen taste buds, a few very small white bumps on the side of tongue. Help?

I have a sore throat, soft&hard palate are white/yellow. coated tongue, swollen taste buds, a few very small white bumps on the side of tongue. Help?

Seasonal flu: is very common viral infection. Usually the condition resolves on its own with home care. Drink water and get a good rest. NSAIDs (e.g. Aleve, Advil) or Tylenol (acetaminophen) are also recommended every 6 hours. If concerned, see your PCP for examination. ...Read more

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I found a thin yellow coat on my tongue.What can cause this problem.Also my nose drains bad at night.Can this b the cause of this problem?

I found a thin yellow coat on my tongue.What can cause this problem.Also my nose drains bad at night.Can this b the cause of  this problem?

Could be: A post nasal drip, allergies or a sinus infections can lead to a coated tongue. Clean your tongue by brushing it or using a tongue scraper will remove the coating and help keep your breath feesher. Treating the sinus problem or allergies will provide long term solution. ...Read more

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What does a heavily coated yellow tongue mean i recently had a sinus infection and was treated with amoxicilin

What does a heavily coated yellow tongue mean i recently had a sinus infection and was treated with amoxicilin

Antibiotic : Antibiotic treatment can alter the balance of bacteria and other organisms in the body. In the mouth, this can lead to an increase in the growth of some organisms that may be pigmented, leading to white, yellow, brown or black discoloration. Maintaining good oral hygiene, and gently brushing the tongue can help the tongue regain its normal bacterial balance and color. ...Read more

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What would cause a yellowish coated tongue?

See your dentist: Candida albicans is a fungus accumulates usually on your tongue or inner cheeks. The condition is a minor problem if you're healthy. Candida infections can occur when your immune system is weakened by disease or drugs such as steroids. Eating unsweetened yogurt and acidophilus capsules will solve the problem. Rec.: see your dentist if the condition gets painful. ...Read more

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Is halitosis due to coated tongue?

Is halitosis due to coated tongue?

Possibly: There are a number of reasons for bad breath- one being a coated tongue, using a tongue scraper or brushing your tongue would help remove the film. Other reasons include what you ate and acid reflux, and the most common gingivitis/periodontitis (gum disease) due to plaque building up under the gums. ...Read more

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