A 32-year-old male asked:
I got a small red blister type dot on tongue. towards left side mid of tongue. abt 2 mths. i shown to gp done gargles. some time it reduce bt dont go?
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Dr. John cuong Doananswered
Family Medicine 20 years experience
May be lichens: planus or hairy leukoplakia associated with a viral infection. Or you may have recurrent aphthous ulcers that require some Nystatin since many ulcers are related to Candida (yeast) infection. Or herpes ulcers requiring some acyclovir. Please see your physician or healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and treatment. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap.
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