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Blisters on tongue
Hi Frequently having blisters on tongue for last one month. No other problems. Taken becosule, but no relief. What to do?
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Dear practo user It's saying that" mouth represent whole body" . There must be underlying cause for frequent blisters. Need more details on personal (mestrual), medicine, habbits and family history. Can share in chat box.
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for now general measures: keep body hydrated maintain hygiene multi vitamin
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consult dental specialist
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Blisters can belong to any category ranging from pemphigus to lichen planus to any viral
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consult a good oral medicine specialist for diagnosis and cure for your problem. u can get back to me with images and detailed history for proper consultation and prescription for same.
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don't go with blind treatments without proper diagnosis, as that may give transient symptomatic relief, however problem may aggravate further.
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Locally apply, CNBC dental gel,4-5 times/day,after food,not to swallow saliva during the ointment applied on gum,spit out after 3-4 minutes. And rinse mouth thoroughly. T.limcee, once a day,15 tablets Keep tongue cleaned by wiping with soft clean slightly wet cloth before bed time. Mouthwash.
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For now take Tab Zincovit OD for 15days See if you get reliefed If problem still persist do consult your dentist
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Drink lots of water
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Take Vitamin C for a period of 1 month, apply mucopain gel before eating for 5 days. Maintain good oral hygiene.
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