Tongue Fungus?

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Tongue fungus is a type of yeast infection or thrush that occurs on the tongue. It is often triggered by a diet that is heavy in refined sugars. This includes most white foods like white rice and baked goods made with white flour, as well as starchy foods like potatoes. Tongue fungus is marked by white patches on the tongue that often hurt when removed. See a doctor for treatment if tongue fungus or thrush is suspected.
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