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Red bumps on left side of tongue. No pain or fever. Pregnant. Any ideas?

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For the past two days on the left side of my tongue I have had a few red bumps. It doesn't hurt when I swallow but when I move my tongue a certain way it makes it hurt due to rubbing that area. I have had my tonsils out for a very long time and the bumps are reddish with a slight white to them. No fevers or anything else and I'm pregnant and wanted to see what it could be?
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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YOU MUST BE TAKING MEDICINES LIKE CALCIUMVITAMINS AND IRON WHICH CAN LEAD TO THESE SYMPTOMPS IT HAPPENS IN MANY PATIENTS TAKING CALCIUM AND MULTIVITAMINS
SO NO NEED TO WORRY
YOU DONT TAKE SPICY AND OILY FOODS
SYP GELUSIL 2 TSF YDS
APPLY KENACORT MOUTH GEL BEFORE MEALS LOCALLY IN THE TONGUE
BETADINE FOR GARGLES BD PUT LITTLE BETADINE FOR GARGLES IN SOME AMOUT OF WARM WATER AND DO GARGLES AND SPIT AWY SOLUTION AT NIGHT
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