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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 14, 2008
  • 00:22 AM

:p Among other things, I have a white tongue and appear to be loosing my tasting ability. As much as I enjoy eating this is very devestating. I am also a COPD patient with Bronchitus, Emphazema, Asthma, Scarred lungs, and maybe some I left out. Of course the COPD is going to get me eventually. That's alright ssince I am a Christian and believe in the hear after. However, IOwould like to enjoy TASTING TILL THAT TIME COMES.:)

I am having a hard time finding help for the white tongue and my taster. At the present tije the doc gives me Nystatin. I have been faithfully taking that for over a month and can tell no improvement.

It is my gues there are others on this board that I may help. I am a retired Methodist minister - 78 years old.

One of the things I feel I should be preaching is that we Christians are supposed to love each other. "You will be know by the way you love one another. The ministers and the laity are falling down on that score. I hope I can show a lot of love here.

How about that?

Love you!
Oren Edmonds

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