No,because life is more important than having a white tongue.Example you don't have a tongue!!you cannot speak,but you can just write on paper what you want to say....
If your tongue is white, then you are dehydrated.
NO the flu does NOT make your tongue white
Why does a dog have white stripes on tongue? Is this nomal?
I don't have a white ring under my tongue.
Yes it's normal discharge and will go away in a couple of days.
because your tongue is dirty.
Bacteria that has accumulated on the tongue.
The small white bumps on your tongue are called papillae. These are what your taste buds are on.
A sore throat and white tongue are indicative of having a cold or throat infection. Taking over the counter remedies should alleviate the symptoms. If they do not go away within a few days, seek medical attention.
There are numerous causes of a white tongue,most common would be Thrush in the mouth.Thrush is a fungal infection in the mouth it is manifested by a white crusty growth over the tongue.
depends on which part of the tongue
There is no record of anyone ever dying from a tongue piercing done in a licensed shop. 1020 people died in 2008 just by having there tongue pierced :/ BEWARE
There is plaque on your tongue, you can usually rid of it by brushing your tongue with a toothbrush.
White film on the tongue may be from an overgrowth of yeast. Smoking and dehydration are also responsible for a white film.
If they are the same color as your tongue, YES. If they are white, NO.
Because they feel like having a long tongue.
you can try to see if you can scrape it off with a tongue scraper
There are many things that cause white tongue. One of them is oral thrush which is a yeast infection of the mouth.
there tongue is dirty and you shold clean there mouth
no not at all your tongue stays their
your tongue usually swells when it get hurt, ex. if you bite your tongue, if you are having an allergic reaction, etc.
Ulcers in the tongue are caused by having less vitamins in the body.
Go see a doctor. You either have an infection (white stuff on the surface of the tongue) or may have injured something (a tongue should be pink if it has adequate blood flow.)