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I have been getting bald spots on my tongue for almost a year now, as soon as on goes away another comes in a different area,sometime with white stuff on the edge of the bald spot. Based on what i have read so far i have gathered that it is Thrush.... At first i would only notice it if had something hot to drink or ate lots of ice... but for the last 6 months or more i have done neither of the above but i still get them.... Could this be some more serious... I am thinking i have AIDS because i recently had a HEALTHY baby Boy 7 months ago and a test was done during pregnancy and i was getting them before pregnancy... PLEASE HELP! i am starting to loose it.
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