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Bump Under Tounge
These are: UNRELATED. Sounds like you are VERY CONSCIOUS of your body (NORMAL for someone your age) The Stye should be treated with soaking in plain water using an eye cup (available at your Pharmacy) See your Family Care Provider for the other two issues since they are impossible to comment upon in this forum! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Many possibilities: Depending on how big the bump is it could be a salivary duct, or a ranula. A mucocele is another possibility. An ulceration or oral cancer are still other possibilities... So it is best if you go to see a dentist and they will give you a correct diagnosis. A biopsy may be suggested. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
These may be small salivary glands that are normally present. You may watch and wait. If any of the "bumps" doubles in size, becomes painful, ulcerates, or other bumps appear, or you develop fever, or lose weight, you should see a doctor.
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Get HPV vaccine, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more
I get clear bumps under my tounge and are sometimes painful. I also have a problem with cancker sores very often since i was young and it's now worse.?
Early I notice my soft palate is red and my tounge has small bumps and under my tounge has little red dots.What can this be? Is it.a sore throat ?
Bumps in tongue: Sorry but that has to be seen by a dr. I would sugest you to see an ENT ( ear, nose, throat specialist. If you are a smoker there are changes for tumors or cancer in the tongue or mouth.Other possibilities are simple glossitis or inflammation, yeast, other fungal infections, abscesses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be many things: You don't don't provide enough information to be specific. So could be almost anything. Painful bumps could be a viral or bacterial infection or a traumatic injury, as occurs when the tongue is bitten. You will need to have your tongue evaluated by a dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say: The bumps on the back of the tongue is normal anatomy that is commonly mistaken as an abnormality. However, if itchy, or even painful, perhaps the bumps may be something else. Your best bet would be to get an evaluation by a dentist if it doesn't resolve or if it is really concerning you. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably OK: Any experienced physician has had numerous patients worried that the taste buds in the back seem too large, but then they look normal to the doctor! It seems that for some reason we can get pretty far along in life before we see them for the first time. Of course, since I'm not actually looking at your tongue, I have to recommend that you be examined by a doctor, to be sure. ...Read more
Bumps on a tongue: The bumps may be enlarged taste buds. The dorsal surface of the tongue have a keratinized surface. This can appear white. Give it a little time, the cells on the tongue and the rest of the mouth replace themselves pretty often. It it continues, see your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal: There are normally bumps on the back of your tongue called papilla. Don't worry about them. ...Read more
Bumps keep comming back week after week and are grouped on my tounge, lots of little white ones. What does it mean?
Hard to tell: Without seeing your tongue it is hard to determine what is going on. It could be normal or some sort of condition needing treatment. I would suggest seeing a dentist for an evaluation. ...Read more
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