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cracked tongue

I an concerned about the big crack in my tongue....I went to a specialist, but did not see him....saw his nurse...she said I have geographic tongue.....and that I needed vitamins....in all of my research on the internet, I can't find any under that name that has a crack down middle of tongue...does anyone know how to remedy this problem? Thanks
  angelsn on 2004-07-09
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
blleding ?raw?pain?

what medications use/used?

use tobacco? alcoholic beverages?

what occur prior to this "noticing" ?


any white spots on/under fingernails?
John Stanton last decade
60 years old...female
5'5" 175 lbs
no bleeding, tonge is darker around the crack
I take Cinamet, Artane, Lipitor
no tobacco, no alcohol,

Just noticed it about a month ago....thanks
angelsn last decade
what was going on 1 month ago -just prior to this?
John Stanton last decade
I did not notice crack in tongue. i think everything was normal up until that time...
angelsn last decade
geographic tomgue looks like a worldmap. patches of white on a red tongue or patches of red on a white one....it's called 'lingua geographica' and mostly occurs in women, the cause is not known but is considered to be connected to hormonal imballance. It's no need to treat this tomgue discoloration at all

what you describe, however sounds more like 'lingua plicata" - where there are cracks all over the tongue horizontal or diaginal. This phenomenon is considered to be connected with instable or frightful or sensitive personality and not needed to be treated either.
besides that nobody knows how to treat it anyways.
in homeopathy it can be a very valuable symptom in finding the right remedy. considering the medicines you take, i assume there are more problems than just the tongue.
why don't you go and see a hom. doc, he might be able to help you getting rid of everything at the same time
itsme last decade
hello angeison,
please try calc frour12x three times a day for a week and nat mur6x twice aday for three days.
phosphorus last decade
Thanks Phosphorus, but I do not understand your suggestion...please clarify for me.
angelsn last decade
any other complaints in any other aspect of health?no matter how (SEEMING) SMALL...
John Stanton last decade
My cracked tongue occurred immediately after eating a local Italian restaurant, where they make their own tomato sauces...i tasted blood, and when looked in my mouth saw large cracks in center of my tongue...

I'm assuming it has something to do with the meal i ate, maybe too much acid, or somthing..but it is not healing...i do eat a lot of tomatoes, but this is the first time I've had such a reaction
just_me last decade
i have had this cracked tongue and also what looks like my taste buds are inflammed. its very pain and has been going on for a year now sometimes its just worse. i notice that it gets worse after sugar or chocolte. its burns to drink soda,brush my teeth and it also gets a dry feeling and somewhat thick feeling. i have fibromyalgia and bipolor but medication doesnt seem to pertain to this no new meds had been started. i hope someone can help me. thanks, lanay also i am a new memeber.
lanay40 last decade
no pain,no bleeding, no medication, smoke and drink quite a bit,female,17, bout 5 foot 2 and 43kg. no white spots but usually get them.
lisa898 last decade

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