Causes of tongue sores include mouth ulcers, smoking, certain medications and certain medical conditions, states WebMD. Inflammation, viral infection (especially in children) and nerve irritation can also result in the p... More »

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Healthline says that biting the tongue can lead to white sores, and canker sores are also white sores that occur for no apparent reason. According to WebMD, there are several causes for white spots on the tongue: leukopl... More »

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A sore tongue can be caused by dehydration, fever and dry mouth, while a sore mouth can be the result of burning mouth syndrome, explains MedicineNet. Sometimes referred pain causes a sore mouth. When this occurs, a prob... More »

Burning mouth syndrome may result from dry mouth due to medications or abnormal functioning of the salivary gland; allergens such as food additive, dyes and fragrances; gastroesophageal reflux disease; endoctrine conditi... More »

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Treatment for sores, particularly canker sores found on the tongue's surface, involve taking over-the-counter medications, applying topical medications and using a prescription mouth rinse. As of 2015, a cure for canker ... More »

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Causes of hair loss in women include a family history of female baldness, hormonal changes, medical conditions, too much hairstyling and certain treatments, states Mayo Clinic. Certain medications may also trigger hair l... More »

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Causes of acquired hemolytic anemia vary depending upon the type of the condition and include certain medications, certain medical conditions, blood clots and blood transfusion, states Everyday Health. Types of acquired ... More »

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