Living in Confidence

How the Mind Controles the Body 

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Mouth and throat mucosa
See also: deep oral mucosa, tonsils, salivary glands, salivary gland drainage ducts
Sensitivity follows the oral mucosa diagram.
Whether it involves the left or right side of the mouth depends on biological dexterity.
Something to do with the function of the lips, mouth or tongue.
• Wanting to have contact with something that goes in the mouth, for example, a candy (child), a certain supplement that one cannot afford.
• But also not wanting a contact, such as losing your driver's license because of a breathalyzer test.
• Not being able or allowed to say something
• I couldn't get it past my lips.
• It's on the tip of my tongue, but I can't come up with it.
• I could bite my tongue for saying that.
• I had to bite my tongue not to say it.
• What passed my lips hurt the other.
CA phase
Decrease in oral and tongue mucosa, larger oral cavity.
Biological utility
Being able to better feel what goes into the mouth.
Aphthouses. Painful sores, like craters. The longer the conflict lasts, the more painful.

PCL phase
Rebuilding of the oral mucosa.
Gingivitis. Swelling, possibly tired and listless, no pain. Often accompanying symptom of paradontitis.
When the tongue is involved: typical strawberry tongue in scarlet fever.

So scarlet fever is a combination of conflicts: an ugly separation involving the lower part of the epidermis + a "tongue conflict": the child wants something but doesn't get it.
Also metaphorically: children put everything in their mouths, so they want to experience something (put it in their mouths) and they cannot, cannot or should not.
Strong pains, bleeding.