Lumps On My Tongue And White Patches That Won't Go Away

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Natasha Says:
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I have been having these lumps on my tongue for quite some time now. I really don't know what they are but they are lumps and whitish on the upper part of my tongue towards the throat. I haven't seen a doctor yet but used nystatin for some days and the solution was over yet the stuff on my tongue haven't gotten away. I resolved to salt and there was a slight improved. I visited the nearest chemist and showed the nurse the lumps on my tongue and she gave me azythromycin and secnidazole. what could be the cause of these lumps and the white patches on my tongue. Will the drugs help make an improvement?



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