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How do I get rid of these blisters on my tongue?

How do I get rid of these blisters on my tongue?

Vit B2: Riboflavin b2 helps with blister sores. The other product is methionine take 400mg twice daily rebuilds collagen. To relieve pain u can use intenzyme forte cost $15 with biotic research good enzymatic pain killer. ...Read more

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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more


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I have painfull blisters on my tongue fro Crystal meth foodie drink. How do I relieve the pain and get rid? Already tried hydrogen peroxide and no working

I have painfull blisters on my tongue fro
 Crystal meth foodie drink.  How do I relieve the pain and get rid?  Already tried hydrogen peroxide and no working

Seek medical help: Mouth sores develop from crystal meth due to its caustic nature. Blisters are a result of chemical burn and tissue damage. Hydrogen peroxide will not help and may make it worse. Recommend seeing your doctor and/or dentist for further evaluation and treatment. Keep in mind there are dangerous effects to other organ systems with continued use. Risks outweigh any perceived benefit. Do reconsider. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of white 'mutant buds' on my tongue?

How do I get rid of white 'mutant buds' on my tongue?

There are no mutants: There are no mutant white buds. May be plaque, bacteria, or taste buds. Brush your tongue more frequently or use a tongue scraper to see if it changes. Make an appt to see your dentist. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of my rough tongue?

You can't: It is the way your tongue has developed and there is no way to get rid of it without significant surgery. The healing would be very painful and it may not cure the problem. ...Read more

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How can you get rid off burnt marks on the tongue?

Geographic tongue: also called benign migratory glossitis. It is a benign condition characterized by inflammation of the tongue and it usually heals without treatment. See your dentist for evaluation, if concerned. ...Read more

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