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Have white coating on tongue and nasal condition. What is it?

i visited my gp yesterday for a nasal condition, when he was examining me he asked me to stick my tounge out, it has a white coating on it and asked how long did i have it, i said i have allways had a white coating on it but never asked me anything else about it or told me what might be the cause, later on in the day i started to look at it more closely and it was whiter than i thought it was and i have a funnysort of a sting on it what could it be. George
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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you might have chronic sinusitis as there is postnasal drip in the pharynx and stomach which cause reflux oesophaitis which has the same sihs and symptomps written by you
et xray pns waters view if sinuses consult ent specialist to treat
and if not get dianosed for local abdominal problem causing reflux which can be done by ultrasound abdomen and consult the gasroenterologist for its treatment to remove the cause
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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