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Overactive thyroid, whiteness in front tongue. Removed with tweezers. What can be done?

I am 33, about 130 pounds and 5 5. I live in California and have excellent health. I do have overactive thyroid but no other conditions. A few hours ago, I noticed two white worm looking things toward the front of my tongue . They were white and 1 was about a 4th of an an inch and the other was about an 8th of an inch. I pulled the smaller one off with tweezers with no difficulty. When I removed the larger one, it was a little difficult to remove and it left a blood spot after it was gone. What could this be? What should i do?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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you had white patch on the tongue , which you have removed with the tweezer..
leaving a blood point..
this could be a candidiases, should be confirmed with investigation..
candidiasis may occur due to lowered immunity/due to inhalation of steriods for asthma/allergy..
see your physician for the diagnosis and treatment..
all the very best..
Answered: Thu, 15 Aug 2013
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