A friend has had problems with yeast infections for years, and the tongue problems sound very familiar. She was diagnosed with oral lichen planus a few years ago, which looks very similar to thrush. It slowed down and almost completely went away after she stopped using Benadryl, Sudafed, and Tylenol for sinus problems. While the problem was ongoing, the only way she could get the inflammation down was with a lot of vitamin C.
Sometimes she has a thick coat of white on her tongue, and it goes away whenever she goes back on the “Yeast Connection” special diet. In order to get rid of it for the day, she rinses her mouth with glyoxide.
She has had little bubbly things on one side of her tongue for a while. She was told they are not cancer. After she was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and began taking Synthroid, they have pretty much disappeared. She has had a swollen, painful taste bud right on the tip of her tongue for a couple of days. It always goes away. She has been so exhausted for two months, and getting nowhere with doctors, so she decided to go back on her diet on her own to see what happens.
The thing I do if it (tongue problem) occurs suddenly and is overwhelming is to brush my teeth with peroxide and baking soda. Some people don’t like to use peroxide because it can take enamel off teeth, but I do this occasionally and it works. I also use garlic.
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