Two days ago, I drank freshly squeezed lemon juice (1 lemon in large glass, filled rest of way with water)and afterwords, in looking in my mouth: saw what appeared to be numerous, tiny, clear "blisters" on my soft pallet. These were easily wiped away with my finger and was left with a clear, sticky substance on my finger.
So, today...I tried the same and the same occured. This time, I had a small glob of this clear, sticky substance on my tongue too.
Just in case anyone else experiences this. I spoke with a dentist who informed me that this is quite normal.
That there are numerous, secreting salivary glands in the palette that protect from injury and lubricate the mouth.
i too am having lemon allaergy i think i haveallaergy to all vitric fruits including tomatoes.My eyes get allaergic conjubnctivitis due to the the consumption of lemon. i really don't know how can iget rid of these allaergies
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