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Tingling developed under left side of tongue, red bump with white tip on web of tongue, swollen neck on left side, bumps on bottom of tongue, pain. ?

Tingling developed under left side of tongue, red bump with white tip on web of tongue, swollen neck on left side, bumps on bottom of tongue, pain. ?

Suspicious Bump?: I would advise you to have the red bump on your tongue examined by a dentist or dental specialist (e.g. oral surgeon, OFP). Any suspicious bump that does not resolve itself in 2-3 weeks should be evaluated. ...Read more

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I have some discoloration and some bumps on the bottom of my tongue. Should I be worried?

I have some discoloration and some bumps on the bottom of my tongue. Should I be worried?

Varicosities: The most common reason for this are varicose veins. This is usually common and quite harmless depending on your general health and if there are any other issues. There can be other reasons. Have your Doctor check them at your bext visit ...Read more

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I have little red bumps on the bottom of my tongue what are they and why do they hurt?

I have little red bumps on the bottom of my tongue what are they and why do they hurt?

Could be : Enlarged taste buds. Wait awile. The mouth hurts a lot but heals fast. If not better in a week see the dentist. ...Read more

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Small clear bump/lump under bottom side if tongue. Becomes red while looking at it and then clear again.Has small white center.No pain.

Small clear bump/lump under bottom side if tongue. Becomes red while looking at it and then clear again.Has small white center.No pain.

Possible Ranula: A ranula presents as a fluid filled bubble on the floor of the mouth under the tongue. It is caused by a blocked salivary gland. The saliva can't get out so it backs up and creates a bubble. Small ranulas can often resolve on their own. Larger ones (shown here) may require surgical removal. If it reoccurs have it evaluated by an oral surgeon otherwise don't worry as it has resolved on its own. ...Read more

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I have bumps around the bottom of my tongue were it connects to the bottom of my mouth , i got it pierced 6 days ago , it doesn't what could it be?

I have bumps around the bottom of my tongue were it connects to the bottom of my mouth , i got it pierced 6 days ago , it doesn't what could it be?

Salivary ducts: The bumps at the bottom of your tongue are likely the salivary ducts for your sublingual and submandibular salivary glands. Those are where saliva comes into your mouth. If you're concerned, then have a dentist take a look. ...Read more

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What are these bumps on the bottom of my tongue, and tiny white bumps on my gums, no pain at all, could this be an std of some sort?

Here are some...: If there has been no change in size and no symptoms, these could be the normal remnants of body formation. Without a look at their specific location & features, it is hard to give a firm answer. So, leave them alone as long as being asymptomatic; if still concerned, seek evaluation and counseling. To have the care-related things done correctly, go to http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best ...Read more

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I just started using biotene mouth spray to clean my tongue piercing & now I have bumps on the bottom of my tongue , can it be an allergic reaction ?

Could be: Biotene contains peppermint oil and egg\ milk bi products so if you have an allergy to either, don't use biotene. Biotene is used to treat xerostomia and is not used to cleanse tissues in the mouth. Try listerine or hydrogen peroxide. If the bumps persist, see a dentist for an exam. ...Read more

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I've got white bumps on the bottom tip of my tongue. What can I do to make them go away and stop hurting?

I've got white bumps on the bottom tip of my tongue. What can I do to make them go away and stop hurting?

See a dentist: See a dentist to determine what they are and how best to alleviate the pain. We can't diagnose this over the internet nor suggest treatment without actually examining you. ...Read more