He told me no, but on a few occasions I have had my tongue start bleeding for no reason and it would bleed for up to 30 minutes. It is always in the same area. Has anyone had this happen to them?
The mouth is involved in 50% of cases and is often the only affected area. The usual areas affected are the inside of the cheeks and the sides of the tongue, but the gums and lips may also be involved. The most common features are:
Painless white streaks in a lacy or fern-like pattern
Painful and persistent ulcers
Redness and peeling of the gums.
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