2. mar 2015 15:40
Kaya, vazno da je vse ok. Sicer pa google pravi takole:
Yellow tongue usually occurs when the papillae (tiny projections) on the surface of your tongue become enlarged and yellow-colored from bacteria growing in your mouth.
Most often, yellow tongue is an early sign of a harmless condition called black, hairy tongue, which is usually brought on by:poor oral hygieneheavy tobacco usechanges in the normal bacteria or yeast content of the mouth following antibiotic usebreathing through your mouthmedications containing bismuth, such as Pepto-Bismolregular use of mouthwashes containing oxidizing agents, such as peroxide, or astringent agents, such as witch hazel or menthol
Rarely, yellow tongue may be a sign of jaundice, a yellowing of your eyes and skin that might indicate liver or gallbladder problems
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