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Throat pain weeks, voice ok, swallowing okay, red lump under tongue, little clear blisters in mouth/ throat. Otherwise fit and feel fine.

Throat pain weeks, voice ok, swallowing okay, red lump under tongue, little clear blisters in mouth/ throat. Otherwise fit and feel fine.

Lump under tongue: You should see an oral surgeon... It may be related to vascular tissue... A hemangioma. If it was cause by trauma it would have subsided on its own. Good luck! ...Read more

Mouth (Definition)

Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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I keep getting clear blister in my mouth. What could it be?

I keep getting clear blister in my mouth. What could it be?

Mucocele possibly: This bump inside of your mouth is probably a mucocele. It is caused when the duct to a minor salivary gland gets clogged or traumatized and the saliva backs up forming a fluid filled bump. They are most common on the lower lip but can occur elsewhere in the mouth as well. Small ones can resolve on their own. Large ones (as shown here) require surgical removal by and oral surgeon. ...Read more

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What does it mean when my child keep getting clear looking blisters in her mouth, I heard it's a sign of having worms is that true?

What does it mean when my child keep getting clear looking blisters in her mouth, I heard it's a sign of having worms is that true?

Noooo: ive never heard that. Blisters in the mouth especially in kids are usually a result of viral infections. There are several that cause blisters but the cold sore is most common. Also blistering can occur as a result of repeated trauma and allergic reactions. Forget about worms but take your child to the doctor and get this sorted out. ...Read more

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Painless clear mouth blister? Been there 1-2 weeks?

Painless clear mouth blister?  Been there 1-2 weeks?

Mucoceole: This may be a bite fibroma or a mucocele. I would have this checked out by your doctor to make sure it is nothing to worry about. If it is large or intrusive, it can be removed. ...Read more

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I have blisters on the top of my mouth and they are filled with a clear liquid what could cause this?

I have blisters on the top of my mouth and they are filled with a clear liquid what could cause this?

Blisters from ?: Rather than giving you a list of possible causes from doctors over the internet who cannot actually visualize these "blisters", it would be wiser to see a dentist or physician for a one on one history and clinical evaluation. ...Read more

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I have a small clear liquid like blister underneath my tongue.. it's right in front of my mouth what could this possibly be? It just came up today.

I have a small clear liquid like blister underneath my tongue.. it's right in front of my mouth what could this possibly be? It just came up today.

Viral: That type of blister is very common and usually will resolve on jt's own. It will eventually rupture, and become more painful, then resolve. Good oral hygiene and avoidance of oral contact with others is best at this point. ...Read more

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Whenever I eat salty foods such as soft pretzels I get a clear blister on the inside of my mouth on my lip. Is that normal?

Whenever I eat salty foods such as soft pretzels I get a clear blister on the inside of my mouth on my lip. Is that normal?

Always?: Has this always been the case? If so, then I am thinking you are just really sensitive to the salt, or maybe even something else (brewer's yeast, etc) in those foods. It may just be causing irritation to the lining of your lips. If it is always in the same location...or if this is a new thing for you, however, I'd probably get it checked out, just in case. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more