Red Spots Under The Tongue And Painful When Swallowing?

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Good evening dokSaya Nida, permission to ask. Why under my tongue there are red spots and like my tongue enlarges and when swallowing feels a little painful. Why is that ? And please give me a solution so that I can get rid of the red spots under my tongue

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The tongue is part of the oral cavity which serves to help the digestion process of food, the sense of taste, and also helps articulation when talking. Patients with complaints on the tongue can feel a complaint of pain, the tongue does not taste, feels thick, redness, injury or swelling. Often encountered, the inflammation process in the oral cavity can cause accompanying disorders and complaints on the tongue, so handling the causes of disorders of the oral cavity will help reduce complaints on the tongue and help restore function.
Some of the conditions below can trigger complaints of spots and redness on the tongue, such as:
1. thrush
2. virus infection
3. mucocele cyst, or salivary gland cyst
4. food irritation or allergies
5. inflammatory processes, such as the presence of sore throat, gum swelling, or inflammation of the tonsils
To find out the cause of this reddish spots complaint, it is advisable to do a consultation and examination directly to the dentist and mouth. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations, and if needed a supporting examination to help find out the cause of the complaint you are feeling. Handling and treatment both with anti-inflammatory drugs, pain medications, mouthwash or other treatments according to the results of the examination obtained.
In connection with your question, the presence of complaints of redness and complaints of the tongue such as swelling may be a condition caused by canker sores or stomatits. Inflammation of the tongue can be caused by accompanying health problems such as strep throat, stomach disorders, fever, or physical fatigue and unbalanced healthy food and water intake. With oral health care, treatment of the causative factors and restore your stamina in the next 2-3 days, it is hoped that these complaints can soon recover and improve, so that the tongue feels swollen and reddish spots can soon disappear and tongue function can be more comfortable. This you can try to get enough rest, enough water, avoid instant food, avoid spicy foods, and avoid sleeping late at night.
However, if this complaint is disturbing, you should consult directly with your dentist and mouth as described above for proper care and treatment.
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