Hey my names Beau
I have a yellow coated tongue every morning witch i have to brush off with a tooth brush
I get a bad taste in my mouth and I'm guessing its some kind of infection
From what iv read I'm guessing its ether my bowl or intestines witch are infected
I'm actually very healthy and i run just about every day. But! i think the reasons behind me getting this infection could be because of alcohol (Binge drinking) I've had a liver test and that came back fine
I don't smoke and i don't get white patches its just yellow coated after waking up and bad taste?
I asked my doctor and he said to see a dentist. But its got nothing to do with my teeth my their fine
(is it an intestinal infection??) Please get back to me on this i dunno how to get rid of it
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