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Cuts on the left side of tongue

Any suggestions - my son has cuts on the left side of his tongue and for some time now. he is 15 years old.
Dungi
 
  Dungi on 2006-01-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
No replies to my post so I have given my son some Calcaria Flor 6x 6 pellets 3 times a day after referring to the 12 tissue remedy book. Any suggestions anyone in the Forum.
Dungi
 
Dungi last decade
You may wish to try gargeling with hydo. peroxide (but don't swallow)...and the cuts may well be from eating too many potatoe chips in one sitting...it's happened to me before! not sure why that was.... pls. check with a dr. before trying the peroxide idea,,,that is a cure from my grandma.
 
razzy59 last decade
Many medicines cover that symptom. Merc.sol,Nitric acid,to name two.

Homeopathy is not straight 'this for that'.Minimum three prominent symptoms are required to choose a medicine. Preferably one of them unrelated to the physical complaint.

Murthy
 
bandarbabu2000 last decade
Thanks Murthy for the info, he has psoraisis on the scalp and pitts on his finger nails. He was on medication of Sortet for 1 month and it subsides but then returns with red patches on his scalp for which I apply Dipsalic lotion once a day after his bath in the morning.

The cuts on his tongue are on both sides and not only on the left side as I mentioned earlier.
Hence this clarification.

Dungi
 
Dungi last decade

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