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    tongue blister that leaves a white spot
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    An_256842 posted:
    About 10 days ago, after eating walnuts, I noticed a blister on my tongue which went away in a day, but it has left a small white spot on my tongue. There is no pain, no bump. Does this sound like anything serious?
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    steffanymohan responded:
    Persons suffering from tongue blisters should avoid eating food items rich in acid content like sugars, flours and so on. More quantities of fruits especially apples should be eaten as there is a proven record of lowering the occurrence of blisters.

     
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    happydays1 replied to steffanymohan's response:
    Thank you - apples sound good to me!


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