What is the lesions on tongue ?

Adult male, Multiple episodes of such lesions and spontaneous recovery of lesions, no pain.

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DIAGNOSIS: Benign Migratory Glossitis Any pain or discomfort will probably get better on its own. But if severe, constant pain, medication can help. Over-the-counter pain relievers Mouth rinses like betadine/chlorhexidine gargles Zinc supplements Limit or avoid things like: -Tobacco -Hot, spicy, or acidic foods or dried, salty nuts -Toothpaste with additives

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? GEOGRAPHIC TONGUE .. MANAGEMENT .. MULTIVITAMINS ANTIOXIDANTS.. PROBIOTICS .. GOOD ORAL HYGIENE ..

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Geography tongue..? BMG..? Management... Tab multivitamin antioxidants trace elements omaga 3 grapes extract green tea extract gingo tree extract.. capsule Synory od pc with morning... Probiotics tab or juice... Mouth rinse chlorhexidine gargles... Toothpaste better use.. Avoid hot, spicy or acidic foods or dried, salty nuts, alcohol, tobacco.. Pain relief cold compress... Tab acetomazine.. use..

? Geographic tongue

Multiple lesions of Glositis (Geographical tongue):- Maintain oral hygiene, Hexigel to apply locally, B-complex daily×1month, To avoid spicy foods, VDRL test ?

Benign migratory Glossitis /geographic tongue prescribe B- complex Nd need to be maintenance of oral hygiene.

BMG . Geographic tongue .

Rule out sjogrens syndrome... also check his sugar levels, cbc and Hb levels

No h/o other symtomps of sjogrens syndrome.
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@apthous ulcer

No pain at all
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Chlorhexidine mouth wash Injection neurobione od for 5 days follow by tab b Plex forte od for 15 days Avoid tobbaco Spicy food Tab pre and probiotics

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