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Black coating on the tongue, diarrhea. Could this be due to dehydration?

Hello. Its been extremely hot and I have been doing a lot of hard physical work the last couple of days. Yesterday my tongue developed a black coating on it and last night I had a bad case of diarehea. I only drank one glass of water yesterday and did have a couple cans of cold root beer while on break at work. I feel fine today but my tongue is still black. Could this be a sign of dehydration? Maurice
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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yes it can be
and there can be gerd or it can also turn like this if you took medicine for diarhea
need to consult the gastroenterologist for proper diagnosis
but you can have short course of metronidazole
plenty of water
low protein diet plenty of water and non oily non greesy non spicy non fatty food some days
tongue will take time
use triamsolone locally for few days
Answered: Sat, 19 Oct 2013
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