sore tongue??? geographic tongue?

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hello did this ever happen to anyone? I've been noticing some tongue changes for the past month or two and it some times looks like this. The tongue tends to be sore especially after eating spicy or acidic foods (like tomatoes or chocolate/coffee) and a few painful ulcers form here and there. Do you think it could be a symptom of some gastrointestinal issues, STD of some sort or just some throat issues linked to sore throat? maybe it would be worth mentioning I've got bumps at the back of my throat and tend to have a sore throat often

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    Yes I have suffered that. Is your health otherwise ok?

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      yes and also no. i had unknown abdominal pains and some health issues back in november but ive never gotten a clear diagnosis. the symptoms have gotten milder since then but still come and go.

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    Hello

    I have had the same problem since 6 month ago. All my symptoms are white tongue with some ulcers that come and go (with no pain) and it started with intestinal other symptoms massive growling, loose stool, mucus in stool, sporadic diahrrea and red dots in skin that come and go lasting about 3 weeks.

    All these symptoms appeared 2 weeks after I had a relationship with a girl.

    I am still investigating what is causing that in me. Regarding STD, besides all tests were negative I am certain that I contracted it, I donĀ“t discard intestinal noxious bacteria

    What my doctor said: my tongue issue comes from stomach problems that is causing reflux and the ulcers appear when the saliva is too acid.

    Did you have any improve to that?

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    Hey, I have the same! Did you find out what is causing this?

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