Dark color of tongue indicates excessive use of antibiotics or even the first symptoms of AIDS.
Symptoms of the disease can manifest itself in various ways, but what many do not know is that the first signs of the disease can be seen already in the tongue.
Tongue helps many doctors to diagnose. There you can see if you have a cold, fever, hepatitis C, headache or problems with the intestines. The tongue of healthy people should be pink, clean and covered with tiny bumps, which serve to identify the taste. However, when the tongue is red, black or white, it means that something was wrong with the organism.
Swollen tongue usually indicates that you have an allergy, while dark tongue indicates excessive use of antibiotics or even the first symptoms of AIDS. Long cracks on the tongue may indicate that you have a sexually transmitted disease, syphilis. Sleek and sturdy tongue may indicate that you lack vitamin B12. The most serious thing that can be seen on the tongue are sores, bumps or bleeding tongue, which may indicate cancer languages.