I am unable to determine what is causing the infrequent red patches on my tongue. They vary in intensity, shape and size. I cannot determine any particular food or drink that might be causing them. Rarely do they become so raw that they bleed. Funnily enough my mother suffers from the same things so it might be heriditary. I do have allergic rhinitis (constantly) and sinusitus. Otherwise I feel healthy. I don't have it at the moment so cannot post a picture but can do so if need be. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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