What are clear blisters on the tongue?
I have these as well, and have been told it is an allergic reaction to something. I recently had a bad blood test, stating that my B-12 levels were extremely low. I began taking Sublingual Tablets and liquid form of vitamin B-12, which go under your tongue, to try to increase my levels before my next blood test. Apparently I am allergic to something in it. I now am taking benadryl, and it seems to be helping shrink them and help with the pain. My lips, tongue and the better part of the front inside of my mouth swelled and burned like nothing I have ever felt before. I lived with the constant feeling of just drinking something terribly hot and being scalded. The tip of my tongue felt like I was constantly getting paper cuts all over. I went to the Doctor, and was given a script for Magic Mouth Wash, and an antibiotic. 4 days later, I have clear blisters all over the center back of my tongue, going down the sides. So far, only the benedryl seems to be providing any relief.
Purple blisters on the tongue or inside of your mouth are called blood blisters. These can be caused by biting the inside of your mouth or tongue. Read More
The Properties of nitrofurantoin can in some cases cause blisters on the tongue or around the mouth. But it has been found that the blisters result from over-usage or improper application methods, but no worries to help clear them up just stop using NF for a couple days and if the blisters get progressively worse then consult a physician or another licensed medical professional. Read More
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Blood blisters on the tongue can be caused by many different things. Some include trauma or injury to the area, biting your tongue, or an infection. Read More
There are multiple factors that could cause a tongue to develop red blisters. Vitamin deficiencies, geographic tongue, scarlet fever and Kawasaki syndrome are among these factors. Read More
Usually, blood blisters on the tongue are caused by trauma. However, they can also be caused by vitamin deficiency, infection, allergic reaction, and autoimmune disease. Read More
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What would cause tiny white blisters and swollen lips on a baby? Read More
I doubt the Vicodin caused the tongue blisters but it could have triggered the virus that is the cause of tongue blisters (canker sores on the tongue). They can be treated at the dentist office or a general practitioner's office. There is a solution that will help with the pain and treatment of the sores. If you have a dentist just go there and they will probably see you without an appointment since it only… Read More
Yes, the fluid that oozes out of poison ivy blisters is clear yellowish or clear. Read More
he or she most likely burnt their tongue. rarely it could be an allergic reaction. Read More
soak tongue in warm salt water a few times over. Read More
TCP is a type of antiseptic that is widely available in the UK and Ireland. Yes, TCP can help fight blisters on your tongue but it must be diluted with water and not swallowed. It is fine to dab diluted TCP on your tongue or to gargle it. Read More
Go see a doctor. Read More
go see your doctor i could be infected and if you leave it too long you could have tongue problems :/ Read More
Go to the doctor and they will give you medicine 4 it Read More
Tongue blisters can be caused by viruses, trauma or allergy. It causes pain and interferes with eating and drinking. It is also caused by deficiency of Vitamin B. People with vitamin B deficiency usually experience blisters in mouth because their immunity towards bacterial infection decreases. Read More
What are the red blisters on the back of your tongue and a bad bad taste in your mouth and a dry mouth with a white coating on the tongue?
Hello. This sounds like a mouth thrust infection or even tonsilitis. You will need to see your doctor to be certain and to have some antibiotics to clear this up. A swab test may need to be done to examine the bacteria on your tongue. Good luck. I think the white coating on the tongue is normal bcoz I hav it and so do other ppl, the red blisters on the other hand maybe sumthing… Read More
It means you should go to see a doctor. Read More
It may be an allergic reation to something unusual you ate or drank or lack of brushing teeth. when you brush your teeth you should also brish your tongue and cheeks. Call you doctor to make an appointment to see about your blisters. Tay Tay Rules Read More
If you have an allergic reaction to them. Otherwise your just eating too many of them. Read More
Mouth ulcers wich should clear with bonjela, a cream for the mouth. An abcess which is like a tooth infection but can spread. Do you smoke? This could be some form of cancer. You should see your doctor or dentist just to be safe Read More
Your tongue is swollen with sore blisters and sore round white patch inside lip with difficulty swallowing earache headache and sore throat?
Definately see your doctor and show him your blisters and white thrush. Answer you must consult the good dentalist because you have more problems regarding the tongue sore. Read More
Normally they are found between your cheeks and gums, under the tongue or on the sides of the tongue. They are either white round patches if on the tongue and small white blisters with pink areas if under the gums. Read More
Blisters on the tongue usually indicate that the animal has been eating toxic vegetation or that the animal has hoof and mouth disease. Your veterinarian can provide a prognosis in either case. Hoof and mouth disease is contagious so, you need to act on that out quickly so you can possibly save your herd. Read More
Red blisters that are located on the back of the tongue in a horseshoe shape can be caused by many things. Some examples are allergies to certain foods, infection, poor oral hygiene, or mouth cancer. If these symptoms persist it is recommended to see a physician or dentist. Read More
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If you were diagnosed 6 days ago with pulent tonsillitis and were put on a course of antibiotics is it normal to now have clear blisters on the very back of your tongue and on your right tonsil?
Yes, you'll need to complete the course of antibiotics and get the infection cleared up before the doctor can do anything more. Read More
Yoghurt or ice cream, cold stuff, milk shake, slush puppies etc. Read More
That's probably herpes of the mouth. Ask your doctor about Valtrex after he examines you if it is. Read More
the toddler could have a yeast infection or thrush wich needs to be treated by a doctor Read More
If your tongue is coated with white substance, believe it or not, that is a kind of mold. If your diet is not completely balanced, this can happen. To clear it up, when brushing your teeth, brush your tongue as well. Talk to your dentist about this and they will give you a special 'scraping' tool that you use on your tongue to clear it up. With proper dental hygiene, it can clear up completely… Read More
Wear a clear tongue bar, you can get them off ebay for like £2.50! Read More
I developed blisters on my tongue as well as an upset stomach. I just completed a Z pack for an upper respiratory illness and I take Allegra for my allergies. What can I do to treat the blisters?
you really need to speak to your doctor Read More
With the white blisters and flu like symptoms, it's common for that to be the herpes simplex virus. However, never diagnose yourself on the internet as it could be something else; see a doctor. Read More
Take him to the doctor, it is impossible to diagnose things like this without seeing them. Read More
i was eating dinner and after i was done i felt a cut or two on my tongue.why does that happen.would it heal.what do i take or stop eating. Read More
Just give him eggs and he's be OK Read More
They are called cancor sores. You get them when you dont brush your teeth thoroghly Read More
savlon is really good and is clear after rubbed in or sudor cream Read More
yes... i just recently burnt my tongue (2 days ago) and now i have a blister on my toungue. SO YES>>>> you usually get a blister on your toungue if you burn it. Read More
I have these weird little bumps on one of my fingers and on the side of my foot. If you pop them clear liquid comes out. What are they?
Blisters. Read More
Those are taste buds, slightly raised and larger than the rest, and can look like blisters, but they're just taste buds. Read More
No, they can affect skin on the nose, eye area, buttocks, neck (especially in wrestlers), and anywhere else on the body. Read More
Ulcers (blisters) are basicaly scrathes on the mouth, so they would look like scabs if they were on your skin. They cant really be treated, authough a cooling ulcer gel numbs the pain. So ultimately, you jut have to wait for it to heal naturally. Read More
Blisters on Tongues A diagnosis of a condition at this distance would be dangerous no matter how There are a range of conditions which may cause spots or blisters on the tongue. It may be something simple but could get worse if left untreated. Do not ignore this symptom. See your doctor or dentist and get it checked out. In the meantime, look after your general health and diet. Pay particular attention to your dental… Read More
don't tell them don't talk much around them To hide a tongue piercing from your parents, you just don't get it pierced. OR you can get a clear tongue ring to put in. Read More
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