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Tongue problem
Noticed a small lump on the tongue. Does this require treatment? Will it go on its own? I don't smoke or drink.
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Teeth are taste buds and papilla on tongue. These are normal structures. Do proper gentle tongue cleaning as it appears to be white. Use mouthwash.
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These are the taste buds which became prominent as the tongue appears whitish...
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plz do tongue cleaning lightly everyday after brushing.. the prominence of buds will subside automatically Dont have very hot or spicy food meanwhile
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If tongue cleaning is not properly done it can cause candidal infection in  further future...
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Taste buds has been disturbed by some spicy foods or hot foods. It will  resolve on its own.
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It looks like a swollen taste bud on your tongue. No need to worry on this.
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Do warm salt water gargle regularly and it will subside
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