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Salty and stinging tongue and throat, brown tongue, no sinus or fever, dry cough

I have had a salty and stinging (burning) tongue and sometimes a stinging throat for a while. Also my tongue is either pasty white, or green after using mouthwash but most of the time a dull brown, even though I brush my tongue twice a day. No sinus problems or fever. My tongue feels best after brushing it. Is this a problem to see my physicien or dentist about? It has been going on for about six weeks. At first I had a dry cough associated with this.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Apr 2012
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you had a salty and stinging tongue,which is pasty white or green after using mouthwash but most of the time dull brown......
and after brushing you feel better..........
but you saying there is no sinus problem also.....
i will suggest you to go to a specialist(oral surgeon) .........
and go for the whole mouth examination...............
after final diagnosis follow all the instructions and get a proper treatment.......
take care
Dr.Gunjan Gupta
Answered: Fri, 18 May 2012
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