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Blisters in mouth
I have blisters on my tounge and it has been 3 months.i have tried all the medications .i have eaten vitamin tablets but there is no affect.on one side of my tounge here is always a bump like thing i dont know if its blisters which remanis always.i dont know what to do.is it something to fear about?please help
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An ulcer that is not healing will need a biopsy. Please come over for a consult.
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Hi, usually common oral ulcers will go on its own after some days. If it is not going, if it is chronic, we have to rule out the causes like continuous injury during chewing, premalignant conditions, If it is below tongue fluid filled it may be due to ranula. Go for microscopic pathology of blister mucosa, cbc, consult general physician for complete evaluation.
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