About Me: Male, 35, Moncton, NB, member since Aug 2014
Hi, Im a 29 year old Male, I've had a white coated tongue, swollen papillaes (AKA taste buds) in the back of my tongue for months now, swollen lymph nodes, I had massive headaches and pain in one ear for about two months..which has pass now, pain in my mouth, underneath
[More] my tongue which was the worse of my pain, the pain in my mouth has gone and my lymph nodes seem to not be swollen anymore..but I still have a white tongue, I also have been feeling fatigue, I've been to so many doctors, had a lot of test done, had a full STI panel, everything came back negative, HIV, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Hepatitis, UTI, didn't test for a yeast infection..but I did do the water test at home and it seems that my body has a lot of yeast, was tested for strep throat, mono, seen a dentist since they specialize in the mouth, was givin' a type of mouthwash to rinse my mouth with for a duration of ten days, no change, went to see my GP who said it looked like I had a viral infection and proscribed me 105ML PMS NYSTATIN and CIPROFLOXACIN HYDROCHLORIDE 500MG, no change, still have my white tongue, the next thing I'll be doing is seeing an oral surgeon and getting a biopsy done on my tongue.
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