Signs of a vitamin B12 deficiency on your tongue explained – do you have these bumps?

But just because your tongue appears swollen, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a B12 deficiency.

It could be caused by an allergic reaction, low iron levels, or even a cut or burn on your tongue.

In most cases, glossitis goes away by itself over time, and doesn’t require any treatment.

The condition is more likely to be caused by a B12 deficiency if it’s accompanied by any of the more common symptoms.


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