Lye Bumps?

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Lye bumps are little white bumps on the tongue. They can be caused by accidental injury such as biting or scraping and are not contagious. It is also thought that they can occur as a reaction to certain foods.
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Lye bumps are little white bumps on the tongue. They can be caused by accidental injury such as biting or scraping and are not contagious. It is also thought that ...
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