Tongue That Is White And Accompanied By Fever?
, I want to ask r n my tongue is white and yesterday had a fever of 40 ° and accompanied by dizziness and enlarged lymph nodes in the neck, is there anything to do with cavities? because I am afraid that I read on the internet it is a symptom of HIV r n, please ask for the info
A tongue that is white and accompanied by fever can be caused by various causes. From the situation you are experiencing, it may be due to cavities that you are experiencing. Cavities can cause infection in the area, which can cause symptoms such as pain in the gum area, fever, headache, nausea and vomiting, and can also be accompanied by enlarged lymph nodes in the neck area.
Enlargement of the lymph nodes in the neck area is something that can be caused by various causes. Lymph nodes can generally become enlarged if there is inflammation or infection in the area around the neck or oral cavity. Enlarged lymph nodes usually have features such as a soft lump in the area below the neck, and may feel a little painful when pressed.
A white tongue and fever are not always caused by HIV. HIV can indeed cause symptoms such as a white tongue, and other symptoms such as weight loss, chronic coughing, black spots on the skin, and weakness.
Some other conditions that can cause the condition you are experiencing include:
Therefore, it is recommended that you check with your doctor first, so that the doctor can check your condition firsthand. thus later the doctor can provide the right therapy for you.
Here's an article that you can ignore about cavities
may be useful. thank you