tongue sores and painA few days ago I woke up brushed my teeth and noticed i had sores on gums in 3 different places then I noticed under my tongue was red and also had a sore on the side of my tongue but those went away. Now I just have the redness on the underside of the tongue and if you look real close there is tiny red skin tag looking bumps. Feels like there is something under my tongue and it’s aggravated by salty food but not by hot foods or coffee. Its splinter type pain when I move my tongue but generally sore when I’m not moving it. My tongue looks bumpy shaped around the edge but no bumps it’s just the shape of it which I think I have noticed that before. My frenulum looks swollen close to the floor of my mouth. I’m generally a chilly person if that helps. Appetite has be increased greatly in the past couple of weeks. I want to eat everything even if I’m full. Never had this happen before and the only thing I think it can be related to is a virus that went through everyone in the house caused an array of symptoms. I always get cold sore on the corner of my mouth after an illness but I had great success with rhus tox. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I tried nitric acid 30c and nothing.
WHIPAT on 2022-08-12
It’s like a feeling that eating makes everything better
♡ Kaps 3 months ago
WHIPAT 3 months ago
One dose daily for three days post after that
♡ Kaps 3 months ago
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