Looks like I have ulcer in my stomach too. I can't offer a remedy after 30 years or so and it is frustrasting that the medical profession just laughs you away. I'm waiting for a blood test to see if my iron levels are low again. Maybe this is the reason. I have been using ice and drinking really cold ice water. Thanks, Samantha Samantha 4 March 12 wow! I used to have them all the time when I was young on my lips and inside my cheek, but never b4 on my tongue, so getting this one really threw me for a loop.
Gloria in Australia 2 November 11 Any of you good people have a suggestion for a remedy at the office? Those nasal strips that hold your nostrils open are helpful, but I've found they tend to cause pimples. Then i would fill a cup with half water and half hydrogen peroxide and take a cotton swab then dab it on my ulcer. My mum was very allergic to chemicals. Oral cancers are most…. That was how i was so under weight. A year and a half later I still have it and it gets a lot worse when I'm tired or run down.
The tablet transforms into a gel-like substance as it reacts with your saliva. Aloclair Gel is also very soothing, and can provide a film over the ulcer, so you can manage to eat something. Next, I recommend drinking warm honey, add a slice of lemon for added taste. I have researched new medication for months and nothing works for me. I am 73 and am suffering from 'something sore' under the right side of my tongue. Its a paste that your doctor or dentist can prescribe.
From what I hear of your guy's cures, I think im screwed. I get about at a time. The tablet transforms into a gel-like substance as it reacts with your saliva. If you still don't get relief, repeat as much as necessary a few times a day. I have also been diagnosed with geographic tongue - and I wonder if there are others here who suffer from the same condition. I know exactly how you feel Twice a day, morning and night is recommended to aid in rapid relief.