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Yes: Need more history. Could be he burned his tongue on something hot. Could be a reaction to acidic food. More likely it is a viral infection. He needs to be seen and evaluated. How swollen is the tongue? Any trouble swallowing? Drooling at all? These are things that are best addressed in a visit. ...Read more
I often get these red patches on my tounge they look like blisters and hurt. They come and go. What are they?
My fren has black spots on her tounge. Its painless and its at either side of her tounge. Its having small blisters on it. She don't use tounge cleaner?
Pigmented spot: Should be evaluated. Please encourage your friend to see her Dentist, a Periodontist, or an Oral Surgeon. She should schedule as soon as possible. ...Read more
What would white blisters on tounge and sore throat mean I already went to local clinc and tested for strep and it came out no?
Several things: Blisters on the tongue could be caused from thermal burns or they could be viral, bacterial, or something else. Best get it evaluated and diagnosed. ...Read more
I have had blisters on my tounge now for 2or3 weeks and they won't go away. What causes them? And how do I get them to go away?
See a dentist:
Many causes for this infection trauma auto immune problems and should be treated to remove the pain and let it heal. Call your dentist to get a diagnosis and make this go away!
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Look for causes:
Depends on the cause of the ulceration or blistering, might be chemical from meds. Or tobacco chewing or use.
Mechanical from ill fitting dentures or bridges that has sharp edges causing the ulceration, or allergic from allergies to meds. Or foods,
look for the. Cause.. ...Read more
Ranula: The clear blisters are probably from damaged minor salivary glands. ...Read more
Tongue mass: A blister, by definition, is a fluid filled sac and should not be hard. If your wife has a hard "lesion" on her tongue, she should have that evaluated by an ENT specialist to help figure out what it is. This may require just looking, but it might need to be biopsied. Any new mass should be evaluated as soon as you are able. Best of luck! ...Read more
I usually felt pain under tongue, 2 times in every month, and recently I found that the cause in tiny blisters that they get well in one day. Serious?
Maybe: It's hard to evaluate blisters without actually seeing them. If these things are disappearing or not having pain I would just continue doing what you're doing. However if things worsen please get re-examined. ...Read more
Depends on the cause:
If the child haste any sharp or brocken/decayed teeth, can cause tongue blisters,
but if there is no apparent intra oral cause for the blistering, then the cause might be from git.
Have him or her checked by a pediatric doctor to determine any gastric infections or malfunctions ...Read more
No: Not strep. Blisters are often a symptom of a viral infection. If they are present on the palms and soles as well, then this could be Hand, Foot and Mouth disease (sounds bad, but isn't). If the sores are painful, try giving popsicles and tylenol (acetaminophen). The main concern is keeping the child hydrated if she doesn't want to eat or drink. ...Read more
Depends on cause.: See your dentist! "a blister in my tongue" is not enough to get an idea of what kind of lesion it is you have on your tongue. A picture would have help, but it would still not be enough to arrive at a proper diagnosis. For example conditions as dissimilar as a burn and cancer may cause a lesion of the tongue which may look like a blister. ...Read more
Depends on cause.: Do not know if your have blisters from biting tongue or if there is an infection. Your dentist may be able to give you a better idea after examination. ...Read more
Have it examined: Can't tell exactly what the lesion is, how long you have it, its color, or if there are any contributing factors like smoking or dipping. Make an appointment with a local oral surgeon. ...Read more
Topical: Get some topical Anbesol or Cloraseptic over the counter. ...Read more
My kid age 3yrs having white raised circular area at ceter of his tongue look like blister or afungal problem. Guide plz?
Our 6 month old has what appears to be a small round blister or something on the right side of his tongue. Should we be concerned? Or is this common?
Depends: Kids will be kids, and a single, transient blister that is not seeming to "bother" him should not be a reason to worry; however, monitor it. If it grows, persists, or additional blisters form, that changes things and it will be time for a dental visit for a clinical diagnosis. ...Read more
Get evaluated: I. An't tell you what it is, it here are some things that you can try until you see your. Dentist. Ibuprophen for the pain. Avoid hot, spicy food. If you did something that caused the blister like biting your tongue you will heal. If you don't remember doing anything you need to see a dentist or oral surgeon as soon as you can. ...Read more
Salivary Gland: A translucent watery blister under the tongue is most likely a mucous retention cyst, mucocele, or ranula which occurs when the duct of a salivary gland becomes occluded. The gland continues to produce saliva and cannot empty into the mouth, resulting in a ballooning effect of the duct or gland depending on the location of the blockage. ...Read more
Yes: Oral sex can lead to small bruises or sores within the mouth. Obviously, the more energetic the act, and the longer it goes on, the more likely you are to have mouth issues. Blisters on the tongue are not all that common, but not impossible. Small bruises, hemorrhages, and blood-blisters on the palate are the most common oral problems associated with fellatio. They're rarely serious problems. ...Read more