Just today I noticed a weird white ring on the tip of my tongue. It hurts, almost like a canker sore, but is not numb like a tongue burn. Already researched geographic tongue, bacterial infections, thrush, etc, none of them sound like this. Here's a picture:
Any ideas? It wasn't there like a few hours ago. :confused:
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