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Have red bumps on tongue tip. Taken hydrogen peroxide, salt water rinses. Few turned white and sting

I have a patch of tiny red bumps on the tip of my tongue. Three of them are white and the white ones are the ones that sting. I've been rinsing my mouth with warm salt water and hydrogen peroxide since I noticed them. that is when three of them turned white. They have been there for the last 4 months. I'm 36yrs old, Perfectly healthy, lift weights and run 5 miles every day. I have good high gene. I brush my teeth, floss, and scrape my tongue every day. These bumps came out of nowhere and they will not go away.
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Hi, Actually these cherry red color bumps are normal but we don't knows the exact cause , why these appears over tongue. In many pts I have seen these from many yrs. Here I can say only one thing that need not to worry at all. Try kenacort 1% as local use don't rinse. Simply apply. As your's health is nice and stamina is also good so why bother.
Answered: Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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