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Have red bump, sore throat occasionally, enlarge papillae left of the tongue with burning sensation occasionally for last one month. Any thing serious?
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White coating on tongue, enlarged papillae on back of tongue, mouth feels raw/burns,sore throat, globus sensation, clogged ears, no fever?
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Not much: I look at peoples mouths and tongues all day long and i've seen all types of tongues with all types of papilla. There is a huge variety of what is normal and as long as the tongue is not painful or in other ways bothering you there's nothing to worry about. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
You are normal: Be thankful. It sounds normal to me. Have it looked at and evaluated just to be sure or if you have any other questions. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Probably nothing: Certain papillae of the tongue are normally larger than others, in particular the circumvallate papillae in the back of the tongue. If there are no taste disorders or other abnormalities its more than likely a normal variant. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have had recurrent inflamed papillae that move around only tongue the past two months, enlarged circumvallate papillae that do not hurt but I can feel them on the back of my throat and a chronic red throat but again not painful. These inflamed tastebuds
See your dentist: for further evaluation especially since it had been recurring for over 2 weeks. There is a special oral screening device to determine your condition. Based on the findings , you may need to be referred to as an oral surgeon, an EENT,..depending on the complexity of the case. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
How to know that papillae (red bumps) at the back of tongue are enlarged? I noticed them for the first time in my life, dont know if they are OK or no
Probably not: enlarged. The papillae at the back or base of the tongue are known as the circumvallate papillae and tend to be relatively large compared to the other papillae. Most people don't see them because you have to stick your tongue out fairly far to see them. Unless you are having pain, a sore throat, ulceration or other symptoms, I wouldn't worry about them. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Had enlarged foliate papilae for 9 months now they are saw burning and painful can this be cancer I have seen gp didn't seem to bothered many thanks.
Foliate papillitis: Foliate Papillae are taste buds on the sides of the back of the tongue that recognize bitter flavors like lemon & vinegar. Folate Papillitis is inflammation caused by local irritation, dental issues, minor infections, & allergies to foods, antibiotics, or even oral sex. Any time inflammation becomes chronic there is risk for more serious problems. Shaduolika (herb), steroids, or NSAIDs can help. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
My dentist confims enlarged papillea & my mouth is perfectly healthy.
How can I resolve this as it is unsightly & annoying, not painful? Thank-you
See periodontist: Depends upon where these are, and if they are medically related. See a periodontist (gum specialist) to evaluate your condition and see if you are a candidate for tissue surgery. If so, your problem may soon be a thing of the past. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Part of tongue: Folate papilla are located on the sides and towards the back of your tongue. You need to pull out your tongue to see them. They are not taste buds, but they are covered with taste buds. The name comes because they are supposed to look like leaves of a book on its side. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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