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'I've got blisters on me tongue'

Discussion in 'Diabetes Discussions' started by Nimster, Nov 7, 2013.

  1. Nimster

    Nimster Type 1 · Member

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    Over the weekend I somehow burnt or bit my tongue but I can't remember. I asked my friend whether I may have had a 'seizure' during the night cos i stayed over at hers and she said no, so in a way I went with the burnt tongue option. It may be a cause of stress as well since I work in a rather stressful environment.

    I have had one or two blisters on my tongue in the past due to high bloods but now a cluster of these pus like blisters (of around 5-6 of them) on my tongue are very sore and won't go away. Does anyone know how to cure them or just to stop them getting even worse? I also know us diabetics heal slower as well but I just can't take the pain anymore.

    Thank you :')
     
  2. Shell1

    Shell1 Parent · Well-Known Member

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    Hi you could be grinding your teeth in the night or a sharp filling ?im a dental nurse I suggest you see you dentist to rule out any occlusion or grinding issues and bonjela may help pain x


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  3. Nimster

    Nimster Type 1 · Member

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    I do have white fillings so maybe that might be the cause for it...However, I've got a dentist appointment in 2 weeks time so I can ask then :)

    Thank you for your help x
     
  4. Shell1

    Shell1 Parent · Well-Known Member

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    Yes it could be the filling needs a small adjustment .hope you sorted soon x


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    you will be ok after using that bonjela
     
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