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MDMA, small ulcers on tongue, cannot eat pineapple, tomatoes, healing techniques

I took a fair bit of mdma the last week and since I have develouped several small ulcers on my toung which hurt when they graze my teeth and prevent me from eating certain foods such as pineapple or tomatoes. Is it possiple that the mdma caused this? will they go away by themselves or is there some measure I should take to heal them?
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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Dentist, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 's  Response
July 2014
Thanks for your query, i have gone through your query, the ulcers on your tongue could be secondary to allergic reaction caused by MDMA... it can allergic contact stoamatitis.. stop using MDMA, nothing to worry it will subside by its own just take symptomatic treatment like topical anesthetic and analgesic like anabel gel 3-4times daily...if it doesnt subside take topical steroid like kennacort oral paste 0.1% 3-4times daily for 1 week...i hope my answer will help you...
wish you speedy recovery..with regards.
Dr. Mahesh Kumar T.S
Answered: Mon, 24 Mar 2014
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