Posted by: frustrated | 2012-06-06

tongue lesion

A few weeks ago I had a tongue lesion on the tip of my tongue left side. I went to see my GP and he prescribed flagyl. The lesion cleared up.

Yesterday it came back. It is red in the middle surrounded by white. It" s in the same spot and I only have the one (not geographical tongue with multiple lesions) it burns and is a bit tender.

I''m in my late twenties and have never had mouth sores or lip sores (except the usual burning or biting your tongue or lip which this isn''t) I don''t smoke and haven''t had alcohol in a long time (pregnancy and now breastfeeding) my husband often gets sores on his lips but we''ve been married 5 years so I can''t see why I''d suddenly get it from him now only?

Should I go back to my GP or just wait it out? I have a newborn baby otherwise I would have time to waste to sit in a waiting room as it is I unfortunately don''t.

Thank you for any insights.

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Our expert says:
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You will have to reconsult your doctor. It is possible that you have mouth ulceration due to infection, caused by physical stress of having a baby. You might need a second course of oral antibiotics. Please refer to the following link regarding mouth ulcers:


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Posted by: Dr Anrich | 2012-06-06

Visit your dentist. You have a problem with the way your bottom teeth are aligned.

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