Why Is My Tongue Turning Black?

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A black tongue is a harmless medical condition caused by various factors. One of them is accumulation of bacteria and debris on the papillae, turning the tongue black. Some medicines especially antibiotics such as bismuth or Pepto-Bismol may also cause a black tongue.
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Unless you have been eating lots of black jelly beans or drinking black cherry kool-aid, then something could be wrong. You need to go see a doctor and figure that problem out.
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Your tongue can turn black if you have eaten something that has stained it. Black licorice can stain your tongue, as can chewing tobacco. Products that contain bismuth can temporarily
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