I originally had an ulcer on my tongue for about six months. Biopsy came back fine. I then grew another ulcer a month ago and had it biopsied as well. I get the results in 3 days.
I have sporatic tongue pain in different aread and it comes and goes and have had a sore throat for about a week or so as well as nausea. I drink, smoke and have a suspicion that I may have hpv.
The biopsy site is still sore, it doesmt want to heal and its hard to eat. Today the other side of my tongue looks wavy like I am about to get 3 more ulcers on the other side.
Can anyone who has survived cancer offer me any reassurance?
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The only thing I can offer is to keep on top of the ulcers and have them checked frequently. I hope the latest biopsy comes back clear. I hate to say this, but the smoking and drinking will not be helping any condition you may have. They may not be causing a cancer but they will certainly be irritating the vulnerable areas.

Please let us know the biopsy result. Support is always here.
Fantastic news! What a relief for you! Follow up with dentist sounds like a plan as teeth can do all sorts of horrendous things.

Also, please try not to stress about too much. Stress can cause as many problems as anything.

Life's a bitch - then it has puppies.....

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