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What could be tiny red bleeding bumps from the tongue be after piercing and washing with peroxide ?

I got My tongue pierced 4 days ago. I ve been rinsing wit yellow listerine after smoking and last nite I brushed my tongue with perocide. I did the same thing tonight andmy tongue started bleeding there are little bumps on my tongue and that s where the blood came from. They r tiny bumps same color as my tongue. What s going on? 5 2 103 lbs. No medical problems
Asked On : Wed, 18 May 2011
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tongue is made up of thick mucous membrane,so it has got more tendency to bleed.
after stopping blood from the wound there is formation of clot.while gargling clot is removed and bleeding restarts.
in your case this is the reason after gargling you get bleeding from the site.
you stop gargling for few days till your wound is healed.
if pain and swelling is there go for one course of antibiotic.
ok n bye
Answered: Wed, 18 May 2011
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I can't stop gargling...I dnt want my piercing to get infected
Answered: Wed, 18 May 2011
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