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Black spots on tongue in 1 year old - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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how can i help you?
User :   my son baby 1 yrs old 1 month his tongue shows few black spot... does it related to pain throat?
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User :   hi thanks
Doctor :   were these black spots present from before or appeared suddenly?
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does the baby have fever?
User :   it happened 3 days ago
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is the baby active?
User :   he does not have fever it is normal
User :   yes he is active some time
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User :   i think he seems good active so far
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is he on any medications?
User :   he underwent in surgery with upj on spet 14
User :   he was treated withh cepha;exin for 2 weeks
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User :   and oxybutynin
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i will suggest you take him to child specialist and get these examined
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it may also be due to the medications
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is he still taking these medications?
User :   should i use tylenol to treat him for pain something tonight then i will take him to dr
User :   no he stopped last weeks
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is having any discomfort?
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is he crying too much?
User :   not really
User :   no
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you can give him tylenol if the pain is there

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