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Hi my son is 11yrs old and has had a geographical tongue since he was a toddler. He never had any problems with it until about 6-8wks ago he had differentshape sores all over his tongue that he said were painful I took a pic of it so I cocould show his Dr. bc I didn’t know how long they would be there andof course they came and went away a few ddifferent times. Also around the same time he had woke up wi th his one eye puffy and swollen it looked as if he had been hit in the eye. Also he woke up a few times with swollen lips and a few days ago out of know where his 1 hand got puffy and he said it was itchy and felt weird. I don’t know if any or all of these are any connection with each other or not. They all come and go and just started all around the same time. I showed his Dr the pic of his tongue and he said he had never seen anything like it and has referred us to a ENT. Also I asked his Dr to start him on zyrtec instead of the claritin he was on in the past and all of his symptoms have improved. But I will say there has been 4 different days that he missed his zyrtec and every time one of thoes symptoms has returned. I myself take zyrtec and if I miss my does I notice notice it before the afternoon. I know it sounds weird but it seems to me that zyrtec helps maybe bc we have too much histamine but I could be wrong. How do you know if you have too much histamine’s? Is it a ENT who can help with this?