Why Do I Have Rough Patch On The Right Side Of My Tongue Which Leads To Burning Sensation Every Time I Eat Something Spicy?
Suggest trying multivitamins and glycerine.
The patch and burning sensation on the tongue seems most likely due to inflammation. Wrong bites resulting in injury can also present similarly, but here there is obvious tongue bite episodes. Since you don't report to have bitten the tongue, we can rule this out.
In this situation I will suggest to start multivitamin supplements for 3 weeks. In addition you can apply glycerine on the affected area before meals. It is known to ease discomfort.
I expect you to get better with this treatment. Incase the problem persists or worsens, you can visit doctor for further evaluation.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you need clarifications.
Topical gels may not be the reason.
If you've been biting the tongue repeatedly (though unintentionally), it could be a factor for this situation. You need to stop doing that.
And the tongue applicant both kenalog or enziclor are not directly responsible. In fact, I would suggest continuing enziclor on the affected areas especially before food for a few more days until the pain and burning subsides. In addition as mentioned earlier start vitamins for a few weeks.
If symptoms don't improve in the next few weeks with the aforementioned treatment, consider visiting a dentist for assessment.
Hope I am clear. Let me know if you have any other questions.