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I Have A White Spot Under My Tongue And It Hurts Is This A Blister
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
I get these little clear blisters/bubbles under my tongue all the time and they hurt... I'm kind of scared for what they could be...
Clear/whiteish bubble under my tongue, recurs in the same spot and has been for years? Hurts until it pops and clear liquid comes out.
Salivary gland cyst:
Sounds like a benign salivary gland cyst caused by blockage of minor salivary glands in the mouth floor. Simple drainage usually sufficient, but formal removal of the offending gland may be required if recurrent or large or infected
Dr SP Grobler Surgeon Gastroenterologist ...Read more
I started to notice a growth of a white spot and like wings under my tongue. It hurts a bit. The white spot is under my tongue right on the line that?
Seek Rx: Any pain, bleeding, or swelling should be immediately evaluated. Any white lesions in mouth should be immediately evaluated. Please see Oral and Maxillary Surgeon ASAP. OTCs, herbs, unguents, salves, and snake oil are NOT substitutes for a professional evaluation. Don't ignore this. Probably nothing, but get it checked. ...Read more
Following a real bad toothache, came this lump that feels really big but I can't see it. It's under my tongue in the same spot I had the toothache. It's hurts really bad. Can you tell me what that is?
Treatment to Tooth??: Rarely does the infection from an absceesed tooth swell to the tongues side of the lower jaw (mandible). As the previous clinician advise, d see your dentist for advice care and a referral to an Oral Surgeon. ...Read more
Under my tongue (duct submandibular gland) I believe it is. There is a tiny blister like, it doesn't hurt or anything. I burst it it cam back. Std? Or?
Call your dentist: Have your dentist check for stones in the duct. Sometimes you need to have an oral surgeon remove them if they don't go away on their own. ...Read more
I have one inflamed tonsil. And white spots on the tonsil, the roof of my mouth and under my tongue. They hurt really bad. I can't talk or eat, help! ?
See your doc: You need to be evaluated for infection. You may need antibiotics and additional care to speed your recovery. Until then salt water gargles, anti inflamatories and warm packs may help. If you are unable to drink enough to stay hydrated, are drooling because you can't swallow your saliva, or have fever or chills seek care immediately. ...Read more
See your dentist: There are many economical and painless tests to determine if the spot under your tongue needs treatment. If you need treatment, the sooner you go the easier treatment will be. ...Read more
I have a very small little spot under my tongue that comes when I am chewing food although it is not near a tooth. It is unddr gum and tongue?
Gland, infection etc:
You need to have your dentist look at this. It could be a gland, stopped up salivary duct, infection or a host of other things. The only way to diagnose this is to have a professional look at it and help give you options on what it is and what can be done.
If it is a problem you want to address it now and not let it go. ...Read more
I have a small bright red spot under my tongue that I just noticed and is painful to touch. A little smaller then eraser head. Any ideas?
See dentist.: Hard to say. See your dentist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Dry spot?: I don't see how it could be dry under your tongue. Regardless, whatever it is that you are referring to should be seen by your dentist for an evaluation. ...Read more
I have a swollen spot under my tongue close to the back side of my teeth. It is sore. What could it be?
See your dentist: I would have it evaluated by your dentist or primary care physician. A minor infection on the tongue, tooth abscess or a swollen salivary gland is not uncommon and can cause pain and irritation. The proper diagnosis is the key to a successful treatment. See your dentist for evaluation and diagnosis. ...Read more
Salivary Gland: A translucent watery blister under the tongue is most likely a mucous retention cyst, mucocele, or ranula which occurs when the duct of a salivary gland becomes occluded. The gland continues to produce saliva and cannot empty into the mouth, resulting in a ballooning effect of the duct or gland depending on the location of the blockage. ...Read more
I have bumps under my tongue that are not painful or itchy. Almost look like blisters. Can you tell me what they are?
Bumps: It is impossible to tell you what these bumps are without seeing them. Do you have pain? How long have they been present? See a dentist or oral surgeon for an evaluation. This is the way to get answers. ...Read more
I have a blister under my tongue it fills with fluid then bursts, is it a gland, . It is like a vein
Mucocele: Small mucous glands in this area can become clogged and the mucous builds up causing the swelling. It is only a problem when it can't drain. If it persists, see an oral surgeon. ...Read more
Under my tongue behind the teeth on the string like things when you lift tongue up I got a blister thing on it that flops around what could it be?
Frenum: The frenulum of tongue or tongue web (also lingual frenulum or frenulum linguæ) is a small fold of mucous membrane extending from the floor of the mouth to the midline of the underside of the tongue. It can be accidentally cut or blistered, and may keep the tongue from fully extending outward. ...Read more
I have 3rd degree burns under my tongue, white long thick stripe from tip of tongue going under all the way down underneath my tongue. And blisters.?
Go now to ER: Go now to ER. Treatment is available to preserve what is left and minimize damage. GO NOW. Good Luck. ...Read more
A painful bump appeared under my tongue today. It's translucent like a blister with a small amount of blood in it. I don't smoke, do wear invisalign
Gland: There are many glands under your tongue and sometimes they get blocked and is called a mucocele. This can cause a painful swollen area. Usually they will heal within a week so so. However if it does not heal, gets bigger and more painful then you should see your dentist or an oral surgeon. ...Read more
I was just yawning, and I noticed a red spot on the root of my mouth, under my tongue. What could that be?
See your dentist: It could be many different things. Most likely nothing to worry about, but definitely see your dentist asap for an accurate diagnosis. As with most things, catching it early is very important. Don't assume it will disappear on it's own. ...Read more
Hi, I have Crohn's disease. I have got 2 huge blisters and 3 lumps growing under my tongue on the floor of my mouth. Is this related to Crohn's or not?
Could be: Some crohns patients can get crohns related ulcers in their mouth. They tend to get them during a flare, not when everything is going well. However you may have a viral infection causing this. So if u are flaring, call your gi. If not, go see your pcp for further guidance. ...Read more
4 year old in school, coughing, red spots on soft pallet roof of mouth, says mouth hurts, runny nose (spots are not blisters). Causes?
Ihave black spots under my tongue and I smoke also but not heavely very quit so should I do should I show this to a doctor or what test should I do?
See your doctor: I think your idea to see your doctor isa good one. He/she will be able to get a good look at them and biopsy them if necessary. ...Read more
I have pink/Redish spots or sores in the floor of my mouth under my tongue and slightly enlarged vallate papilla with white around them when I brush.
Under my tongue the fleshy bit that is attached by a string, has a few black raised spots and is red and very fleshy than normal what does this mean?
Normal anatomy: Sounds like a normal anatomical structure. Superficial veins run through the base of the frenulum known as varicosities. Especially if no obvious pain, swelling or discomfort, there is no need to worry. However, if concerned you can see a dentist for evaluation. ...Read more
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