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So I never really thought much of it, but for a long time now my tongue has always been white. When I brush it, it mostly goes to normal but by the next day it returns to looking white and kinda fuzzy. I decided to look up if this is some sort of sickness this morning and found that it is called "oral thrush" and is a yeast infection in your mouth... gross. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone here has experience with this and knows of any ways to fix it permanently...
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Pictures or you lie to the pit
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So I never really thought much of it, but for a long time now my tongue has always been white. When I brush it, it mostly goes to normal but by the next day it returns to looking white and kinda fuzzy. I decided to look up if this is some sort of sickness this morning and found that it is called "oral thrush" and is a yeast infection in your mouth... gross. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone here has experience with this and knows of any ways to fix it permanently...

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well I'm not gonna go through the effort of uploading a picture, but I actually just googled and found that I misdiagnosed myself as the pictures that come up when you search for oral thrush aren't the same as what my tongue looks like. However, here is a picture showing what it does look like:
So now that I'm thinking it isn't a fungal infection... what is it?
#12
God damn it boy stop sticking your face in the flour pot
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#13
tbh now i'm thinking this is just another case of me coming across information on the internet to make me think I have a problem I don't really have
#14
Food...it is food that you have chewed and that has remained on your tongue throughout the day.
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#16
Dude, you're s'posed to snort it, not lick it!

Anyway, do you have nasty ass breath, too?


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#17
looks like your taste buds have exploded :S

yeah that looks like something is growing on your toung go the dentist they can clean it up for you?

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Just brush your teeth more?
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#19
mine went white like that for a bit, then i got that tongue thing on the back of my toothbrush an it was fine. but if your wondering about it, id go to the dentist
#20
i've heard porn stars have this same problem
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To distinguish an oral thrush infection from buildup of dead skin cells on the tongue, use a tongue depressor to gently scrape the white tongue coating. If the coating scrapes off and leaves a reddened area, it could be oral thrush. If you suspect oral thrush, contact your doctor.

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2If the white tongue coating is due to a simple buildup of dead skin cells on the tongue, a thorough tongue cleaning can help the problem. To clean your tongue, apply a small amount of toothpaste to a soft toothbrush and use slow, brushing movements to brush the tongue moving from front to back with the toothbrush. Don't apply too much pressure as this may cause bleeding. It may take several sweeps with the toothbrush to remove the dead skin cells. Go as far back on the tongue as you can comfortably reach without gagging. When this is completed, rinse your mouth with warm water.

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3Now that you've removed the white tongue coating, you'll want to repeat this procedure every few days to ensure that the white tongue coating doesn't recur. It's also important to drink more water on a daily basis to help flush out any bacteria or debris that can collect in the grooves on the tongue.

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4To prevent collection of more white debris on your tongue, rinse your mouth with a spoon of salt placed into a cup of warm water on a daily basis.
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