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Tongue Ulcer Homeopathic Treatment by Homeopathic Dr Mumtaz Ali Riaz

Please find attached photo of tongue ulcer case which can be treated using homeopathic remedies.
I would like to answer queries from real patients in this forum.
Patients can benefit from experience of my more than 25 years of Homeopathic Clinical Practice.

Patients can put cases here in the forum for guidelines about homeopathic treatment of similar tongue ulcer,fissure,cuts,bleeding,etc cases under this category,i would like to answer in professional homeopathic healthcare way.
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  drmumtaz2012 on 2014-02-21
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i am a retired army officer and presently in canada. i have a sore under the tongue on the right side and also a blister is there.tongue also feels burning when i eat, at the base on the right side only. it has been there for more than four months i have taken merc sol30, nat-m 30 and ars alb-30 thrice daily but did not feel any improvement in the condition. need advice on as to what do i try next. it does not trouble at night and i have sound sleep. good nutritious food. it hurts only when i eat some thing hot or spicy. i have also tried to apply dologel-ct on the sore and blister and do saline mouth wash to keep it sanitised. pl reply at the earliest
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