I am having black spots on the tongue. What might be the cause for it?
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Black spots on the tongue might be due to:
Avoid colored foods, brush twice daily and clean your tongue with a tongue cleaner.
Avoid harsh scraping of the tongue while cleaning to prevent damage to the taste buds.
Kindly give a detailed history of the duration of the spots, exact location and family history for more help.
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