White Coating At Back Of Tongue

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White coating on back of tongue

Doctor I can't express enough how awesome you are. I'm sure that you get MANY similar comments but they are all well deserved.As for me I just had a question concerning a white coating on the back of me tongue. It seems that it is always present...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...Hi,Thanks for your very kind comments.There are many causes for a whitetongue. The vast, vast, vast majority of cases have nothing to do with HIV. The HIV-acquisition risk for oral sex is very low. Read more »

Oral sex now scare as hell - will donate

Hi Doc! On 10/25 I received oral sex from this girl. I have a small wound under my penis when i get... Read more »

2nd Post - please answer cant sleep! WILL DONTATE

Dr. Bob,I can imaging you are very busy and popular too! I very much admire the work you do. Over... Read more »
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