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Cold, tiny bumps on the bottom of mouth, pain on lifting the tongue, habit of drinking lemonade. Cause?<br>

I have recently had a cold and have had all of the typical symptoms. My problem is under neath my tongue hurts when I try and lift it to the roof of my mouth. I did have a cold sore on tongue but it disappeared now I have some tiny flesh colored bumps on bottom of mouth. I did drink a lot of lemonade to help with sore throat . What are these bumps and is it from my cold?
Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
The flesh colored bumps may be herpes lesionswhich can come on when your immunity was lowered.Please take a paracetamol650 tab when there is pain.There In one or two weeks it will subside.If the bumps show ulceration in the centre,it may be aphthous ulcers for whichyou have to take a Bcomplex tab daily for 10 days and apply dologel over the lesions which will reduce the pain.dont worry you will be better.
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