Hello, A few days ago my throat started feeling irriatated, and just yesterday, the back of my tongue on one side started bothering me as well. At first I thought it was just a blister, but when I looked in the mirror this morning, I found multiple bumps of all different sizes covering the back of my tongue. I know for a fact that I have never had any bumps like this before. What are all the possibilitys of what this could be, where it came from, and how it could be taken care of?
I know that when i eat something hot and my tongue gets burned, i experience the same type of pain you are reffering to. Almost identical. I have the same spots on my tongue, that is normal. Sometimes spicy foods can irritate the taste buds, causing the same symptoms you are describing.
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