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>> No. 3100 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 10:59 am
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OK be honest lads, this doesn't look normal does it? That red bit looks inflamed. It can feel painful when I contort my tongue or touch it and the like. I'm worried it's a tumour or something.
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>> No. 3101 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 11:07 am
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It's more likely you've just irritated it somehow. Try gargling with TCP or saltwater and if it's still there in a while then consider getting it looked at.

Also, the underside of your tongue looks like my bellend.
>> No. 3102 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 11:08 am
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>>3101
It's been there for a couple of days though, and I already use mouthwash when I brush.
>> No. 3103 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 11:13 am
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>>3102
A couple of days isn't a very long time for a spot to be there if you've just scraped your frenulum or over-stretched it or something, especially when you consider how much your tongue moves around and how that will stop it from healing. Saltwater, lad, saltwater.
>> No. 3104 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 11:19 am
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>>3103
OK fair enough. What makes saltwater more effective than Listerine though?
>> No. 3106 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 11:22 am
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>>3104
It's an antiseptic, Listerine isn't. Make sure it's nice and warm as well.
>> No. 3107 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 11:30 am
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>>3106
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Listerine
>Listerine is a brand of antiseptic mouthwash product
>> No. 3108 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 1:09 pm
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I've had one of these before, it's basically an ulcer - swill with mouthwash for a few days and it should go away on its own. Stop poking at it.
>> No. 3109 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 1:24 pm
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>>3108

While we're on home remedies baking soda solution is great for treating mouth ulcers.
>> No. 3110 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 1:36 pm
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>>3109
I find the most effective method is to put a cigarette out on it.
>> No. 3111 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 1:54 pm
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>>3110

You're mixing mouth ulcers up with prostitutes again.
>> No. 3112 Anonymous
7th April 2015
Tuesday 2:05 pm
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>>3111

Easy mistake to make.
>> No. 3113 Anonymous
11th April 2015
Saturday 7:05 pm
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OP here, it seems to have all cleared up now. Sorry for panicking!

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