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Coronavirus symptoms: Lingual papillitis, aphthous stomatitis, glossitis and sore lips are

Coronavirus symptoms: Lingual papillitis, aphthous stomatitis, glossitis and sore lips are
CORONAVIRUS symptoms can be found in the mouth with Covid tongue being reported. What are the four other mouth symptoms to look out for?

Other symptoms found in the mouth include lingual papillitis, aphthous stomatitis, glossitis and sore lips.Roughly one in four patients noticed a change to their tongue with the most common change being transient lingual papillitis.DON'T MISS Coronavirus new strain symptoms: Three signs you've had it [INSIGHT] Covid new strain symptoms: Dr Chris warns of photophobia [ADVICE] Best supplements for hair growth: Pumpkin seed oil increases hair growth [TIPS] What is lingual papillitis?Transient lingual papillitis is a common painful inflammatory condition affecting one or several fungiform papillae on the tongue, said DermNet NZ.

The health site continued: “It is also known as ‘lie bumps’ and may be related to or the same as eruptive (familial) lingual papillitis and fungiform papillary glossitis.“Eruptive lingual papillitis is a systemic illness often associated with fever and lymph gland enlargement and the onset is sudden.

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