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Dry throat and white tongue. Antibiotics the reason? How can I get rid of it?

Hi. I m 24 years old. Female. I have a dry throat and white tongue . The papillae of my tongue seems elongated and furry. It is also causing me bad breath. It tastes bitter. I brush my teeth and tongue regularly, I use togue scraper too. I read that antibiotics cause dry mouth, I had antibiotics prescription last year twice... three months in between. and then I took another complete antibiotic medication last February. and then, my orthopedic doctor prescribed Lagaflex, a muscle relaxant , due to my back pain around June, Can you help me with my white tongue? I want to get rid of it, especially that it s causing me bad breath.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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hi patient,
more antibiotic may b one of the reason for dry throat.
you r advice to take some multi-vitamine along with medicines.
how ever if you beleive in acupressure and magnetotherapy u r advice;--
1. massage your nack area with magnetic oil B.D
2. Drink magnetic water B.D
3. Gargle with water charged with med. power south pole of magnet B.D
do this for one week and report.
Feel free to contact if required.
Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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