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Benign Migratory Glossitis

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  • Benign migratory glossitis

    Benign migratory glossitis is a condition that causes reddish areas on the tongue. The reddish areas may be slightly tender. The cause is unknown.

  • Benign migratory glossitis

    Include reddish, smooth patches on the tongue and a change in tongue color. Some people may feel tenderness, especially when drinking alcohol or eating spicy foods. Some people feel tongue burning. Soreness can be treated with an anesthetic or a steroid applied to the area. Sometimes an antifungal medicine also used.

  • Benign migratory glossitis

    The prevalence of BMG in the general population is between 1.0 and 2.5%.2-4, 9 various age groups can be affected with no apparent racial predilection; however, the condition appears to be more common in females with reported female-to-male ratios of 5:3 and 2:1.

  • Benign migratory glossitis

    Benign migratory glossitis does not need to be treated. Soreness can be treated with an anesthetic or a steroid applied to the area. Sometimes an antifungal medicine may help.

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