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Turns out to be geographic tongue, the recurring lesions are pink with yellowish to white borders and recur in different places on the the tongue. This is a harmless condition, but is very alarming to look at. Also there is no cure for this condition. I think I have been cursed.
They almost looked like little blisters. I will just call them Vaginal lesions. When they are about to show up the area will start to itch and burn slightly. Then the vaginal lesion arrives there is considerable pain. It will last for about a week then go away. When they first appeared I would get one or two at a time then they would go away, but a couple of weeks later a would get another. I was miserable. Through the years they have lessened.
I've been suffering from strange oral lesions for the past 6 months. They appear on the soft palate and to a lesser extant, on my tongue. They are mostly painless, and change drastically from day to day. A lesion will typically start off small red and circular, but will then grow very large, and will be surrounded by a thin white border. They resolve within a few days. I have been to a number of doctors, and they don't know what it is. My bloodwork is normal.
I never get coldsores, yet, my tongue is always a mess...yellow like lesions are all over the places..(the strands surround my tastebuds) (See photo below)...they're not painful, but are not appealing to look at, clearly....but yea, they never go away, so how can this be just HSV-1 My question is.... What should I be doing.....
It doesn't hurt that I already knew where the lesions in my spine were, even before the 3T MRI. I can feel the numb spots in my back, and I know where the spasms start. Here's the two MRIs, side by side, and the red arrows show where the lesions are. As you can see, the lighter areas indicate enhancement. There's a spot at the base of the spinal cord that may be a lesion, or it may be simply the cord itself turning into the cauda equina. You can also see where the .
The couging has subsided, but there's still phelm in my throat. Yesterday I noticed that my tongue was coated in an yellowy/orange color!! I scraped it, and brushed it, but to no avail. Is this a common ailment? Anybody??? Thanks.
http://www.studydroid.com/imageCards/0b/87/card-11803657-front.jpg I was treated with Nystatin but it did not cure me. A week later, my tongue looked better, but still not cured. The night sweats went away after the third week but I began to experience fatigue and my CBC results began to show irregularities (please see chart): http://www.medhelp.org/user_photos/show/265672 After six weeks, my tongue is still tingling and numb and ulcerated.
very frequently. They do say acid causes tongue fissures and geographic lesions. Do you still have tongue pain?
Do some seaches online for Geographic Tongue and I am confident you will see pictures of your tongue condition.
Hey hypomess, Without a physical examination it would be hard to establish with certainty, however, geographical tongue,is an inflammation of the tongue and oral thrush is a fungal infection of the mouth. Just do a search for "pictures of oral thrush" and "pictures for geographical tongue" to see what resembles best your condition. It is possible for either condition to resolve on its own, when the immune system is strong.
But since 4 months ago the weakness(in muscles) is more and I have also at back of my neck, in my hands, arms, tongue, sometimes face. sometimes I've breathing problems, like I have to do my best to have a deep breath. In the begining It was just feeling of weaknes in muscles but now my arms, legs and hands are really weak, even my fingers. For few days I've slight twitchings in all over my body but it is less now, when I rest and eat enough then I feel better.
This looks similar to some pictures I have seen on the web of herpes or syphilis on the tongue. I am not sure when this developed as I don't look at my tongue on a regular basis. I just noticed yesterday, so about a month after my at risk encounter. The symptoms as of now are only on my tongue, not on or around my lips or other parts of my mouth.
I went to neuro for a numb tongue. He had me stick out my tongue and told me it was fine. Then he tested my leg reflexes with his little hammer with me sitting in a chair with both feet on the floor. I didn't know it could be done that way! When I questioned him about my brain atrophy,if it could have been caused from lesions, he said absolutly not! he said lesions never disappear and never cause atrophy! WHAT?
Unfortunately I am having all sorts of symptoms. Under my tongue(mostly) and the upper palate over teeth have finger like (more like strings made out of skin), they are white in color with really red base. Unfortunately(i just keep saying it!) treating them with tea tree oil is not helping and I am terrified to death. I have no insurance and this is so scary! I had tests done at a free clinic but they were for basic std's which I don't think I have, especially if I only had oral sex...
I also suffer from having Geographic Tongue and I discovered that when I take B12 supplements, the lesions on my tongue disappear. As soon as I stopped taking the B12 tablets, the lesions came back. I also just discovered that I have a B12 deficiency, so perhaps that is the main reason why I have this issue. I have also noticed that when my tongue gets bad, I am about to have my period or I am suffering from stress. I think it is a combination of a lack of B12, hormones and stress.
The condition is symmetrical (left/right) white lines running along the edges of my tongue. They vary in size and thickness from day to day and can grow/retreat in a matter of hours. They are rubbery like wet callouses on your feet and can be scraped at with a fingernail of bitten off. It is painless but leaves the tongue red and raw after it is mostly removed. I've had the condition for about 12 or 13 years.
Another problem I was experiencing at the time and am still experiencing is white bumps underneath my tongue, along my lingual frenulum, and at the very back of my tongue as well. They are quite prominent to anyone who looks in my mouth, and unusual. One of them along the side of my tongue rubbed against my tooth and caused a small chunk of skin on my tongue to open up and caused me some pain and irritation, and then went away.
Have you looked at MS MRI pictures on the internet? I think you should. There a couple of them that show what lesions look like in intervals. I can see why MS can be difficult to diagnose in seeing those pictures. They show how they become dense areas, brighter spots then kinda of crackled looking after time has passed. It's all very impressionable. You would really need to have an eye for "imperfection." Yes, I have had some pretty good doctor's.
hope your appreciation is correct, I actually never thought about this until I saw this pictures. It has been 16 yesrs since I first saw one of them in mu tongue, it all mentioned geographic tongue, so that is why I was not afraid.
It is not inflamed, just small red pimples and there not pustulents like acne should be. I have pictures and i am worried they are chicken pox , altough i had them before I heard you could get them again. Im worried because I only got it 3 days ago.
I have the same type of itchy pimples / blisters on my arms, stomach, hips, eye brow, tricep, different area of penis knee, and now throat/tongue. The lesions on my body are not major, just one blister here and there. Nothing like the pictures you see online. Dr thinks its poison ivy again and strep throat, but i insisted on getting a blood test where i tested positive for oral.. Since i've had the virus long enough to build up antibodies, can i still spread this to myself?
Hello and hope you are doing well. The lesions could be due to herpes. Herpes is caused by Herpes simplex type I &II . The virus can lie dormant and can get reactivated at intervals producing symptoms. Hence there is no permanent cure. But anti-viral medications like acyclovir, valacyclovir and famciclovir are known to shorten out breaks and improve symptoms. You may need to consult your primary care physician who will examine you and initiate appropriate therapy.
I know it is dependent on the type of lesion but I was under the belief that TM is strictly spinal cervical, thoracic and even lumbar but normally thoracic and once you get lesions in your brain stem it becomes MS.. B.T.W. my tongue is still numb and my arm feels weak but I do have a really bad headache now. Cheers Udkas.
On this forum we do not look at pictures as a matter of policy. This is because we have found again and again that the pictures are far more often misleading than helpful and our Forum is intended to provide information and guidance but not to take the place of testing or examination by health care providers. I will try to provide some guidance however. In general, syphilis is a very rare STD and is spread only by direct contact.
The lesions on my tongue are geographic tongue. It's also basically defined as necrosis of the tongue, which causes lesions. I get some inside my mouth on my cheek as well, usually just bite marks or injuries. When they begin, they sometimes seem like a little white spot, but then the white spot turns into a circle, and inside the circle area is red, where the tongue temporarily becoming necrotic. The tongue repairs itself quite rapidly, but it spreads to different areas when it reoccurs.
Im pretty sure this has been there for quite a while know, but i do have what appears to damage to my tongue. looks like long term tooth scrape on the side of my tongue. My gf looked and said it appears like it was cut at some point a while ago, and it was damaged. there is no blood, there is no pain, and i dont have any discomfort eating or drinking any fluids including alcholol, acidic juices, etc.
Correct. A white tongue is not always thrush. Far from it. Many smokers have "gray" tongues If the thrush plaques are dislodged, sometimes they bleed, often they do not. Either way, with or without removal, thush is commonly uncomfortable for those with it.
I took a total of 4 grams of Valtrex in 24 hours and it did not stop the lesions from blistering, itching and spreading. The lesions are now beginning to recede although many remain itchy and blistering. But, now I have several small sores on my lips, gums, tongue and the sides of my mouth. They are white but do not look like canker sores. They look more like patches of dead skin. But they hurt like hell! I cannot eat or brush my teeth. What should I do? Would baking soda help?
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