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I have a fungi on my tongue. What are the causes for that? How can I get rid of it? I use sodium bicarbonate to wash it.
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Dr. Shawn Kosnik
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Needs evaluation
Fungal infections of the tongue and oral cavity are not uncommon.
A recent course of oral antibiotics or daily use of inhalers can increase the risk.There are many other conditions which can mimic a fungal infection.Most, like geographic tongue, are self limited and harmless, but some are very serious and may be a sign of an underlying health problem. Make an appointment to have your tongue evaluated.

In brief: Needs evaluation
Fungal infections of the tongue and oral cavity are not uncommon.
A recent course of oral antibiotics or daily use of inhalers can increase the risk.There are many other conditions which can mimic a fungal infection.Most, like geographic tongue, are self limited and harmless, but some are very serious and may be a sign of an underlying health problem. Make an appointment to have your tongue evaluated.
Dr. Shawn Kosnik
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Dr. Steven Machtinger
Excellent advice.
Dr. Oliver Kreitmann
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Bacterial imbalance
Mouth wash with Nystatin mouthwash on prescription.

In brief: Bacterial imbalance
Mouth wash with Nystatin mouthwash on prescription.
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Dr. Oliver Kreitmann
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