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Hi, I have been suffering from a sort of burning tip of my tongue and a little uncomfortable sensation in my mouth. Sometimes, depending on what i have eaten or drunk i get a blackish/deep red spot on the side of my tongue and lots of little dots near the tip of my tongue. These do not ooze, scab or ache but just appear. 

I also have white dots on my lip (top) which look like Fordyce and my bottom lip also seems to be constantly chapped and peeling in places. 

My nose had also become itchy and greasy and sometimes red patches appear on my face, near my eyebrows. 

Has anyone had anything like this happen to them, is it and allergy or something more sinister, I have seen several sexual health consultants and GPs and they cant see anything wrong, but to me it certainly is. 

I am extremely stressed so perhaps this is making it worse. 

I hope someone can help me. 

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On 11/7/2019 at 8:55 AM, Contador 123 said:

Hi, I have been suffering from a sort of burning tip of my tongue and a little uncomfortable sensation in my mouth. Sometimes, depending on what i have eaten or drunk i get a blackish/deep red spot on the side of my tongue and lots of little dots near the tip of my tongue. These do not ooze, scab or ache but just appear. 

I also have white dots on my lip (top) which look like Fordyce and my bottom lip also seems to be constantly chapped and peeling in places. 

My nose had also become itchy and greasy and sometimes red patches appear on my face, near my eyebrows. 

Has anyone had anything like this happen to them, is it and allergy or something more sinister, I have seen several sexual health consultants and GPs and they cant see anything wrong, but to me it certainly is. 

I am extremely stressed so perhaps this is making it worse. 

I hope someone can help me. 

YES 

I've been experiencing much of this same thing for over a year. My top lip developed the white bumps and now it always feels chapped. My nose is always itchy, and I've developed a permanent red, itchy spot at the entrance to a nostril. The burning tongue used to be an issue for me, but hasn't been for months.

I can't explain it either and neither can a host of doctors. They say it's not herpes.

Why do you think yours is herpes related? 

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