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High BP, red spots on the tongue, no pain. What could this be?

i am running with High BP and when i consultaed Doctor , he said that my there is swelloe in Food Pipe and due to this hear is under pressure since there is also swelloe in heart as well. I have started medicine for BP and medicine for Acidity. At the same time , i found there is Red spot on my toungue and there is no pain at all. may i know what is this?? i am afraid
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Dear Sir/ Madam
Thanks for your query to us.
Although there are some gaps in your description and it is not possible to decipher about your cardiac condition, your tongue spots may be due to drug effect, vitamin deficiency or some skin condition. Please consult your dermatologist and proceed accordingly. For your cardiac condition , please write in detail about your symptoms and investigation results to have further discussion.
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