How to Treat a Bitten Tongue?

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To treat a bitten tongue, brush the teeth. Use a mouthwash that kills any excess germs. Use a hydrogen peroxide and water solution in diluted form and swish it around the mouth. A medicine can be used to prevent mouth numbing, such a medicine can be Anbesol.
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