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Little Red Dots On My Tongue
I have red little very little red dots on my tongue in front and some in the back . why ? by the way I dont feel any pain or fever nothing at all plea
This morning i found little red dots on the tip of my tongue, and at the back my tongue is white, what is that? I think i woke up sick.
Don't worry: In general, i tell my patients not to worry about what their tongue looks like. The tongue has an amazing ability to look different at different parts of the day, people often get very concerned about it. If your tongue doesn't hurt or bother you in any way then leave it alone and you will be fine. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Really small red dots on my tongue maybe i never noticed but they are at the tip of my tongue also i have had little bumps in the back of my throat?
Tough to say: without a visual of what you are describing. It's very possible that it's a normal condition of the tongue because there are indeed many bumps on the tongue. Sometimes a map-like pattern of reddish spots can occur, called geographic tongue, which is harmless. If you have a fever as well, get checked ASAP to rule out scarlet fever which needs prompt treatment. Have someone take a look either way. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Side of tongue has cracks and little red dots on it. The other side is fine, it also looks scalloped. 23\f.
Im taking zink and vitamine supplment recently im sufring from burning in my tongue like small red dots is it side effect of drugs or somthing else?
On the roof of my mouth there is an orange patch with small red dots that I can feel with my tongue . My dad would think its nothing but I'm worried?
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