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    Green to white tongue with bitter taste
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    An_253017 posted:
    Please I need your help. I've been suffering for a while from swollen throat feeling every morning with the feeling of mucus accumulation (always thougt that it's some sort of allergy). However , starting 3 days ago I have a bitter taste everytime I wake up in the morning and it stays with me after every meal with the appearance of a green matter on my tongue. I tried brushing my mouth yet still a pale color is left and while I was checking my mouth I noticed that there was some swollen area like a pimple or pustule at the back of my tongue near my tonsils.. What can I do about it it's really annoying me and hurting a lil bit in my throat and near my ears. P.s. I'm not taking any drugs antibiotics or anything
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