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Lump In My Tongue
See your physician: There is always the possibility that a newly discovered "lump" could be malignant, but often times it is something harmless. Rather than worrying needlessly see a physician to examine your tongue. ...Read more
Fungiform Papilla: Fungiform papilla toward the back of the tongue can get inflammed and occasionally infected. This is typically benigh. There are a few more ominous things that it could typically be so i would definitely get it checked out, but don't stress out and lose sleep over it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't be scared: you had the lump since childhood, pleasae visit an oral surgeon to help you better ...Read more
Stone vs. tumor : Under the tongue on each side, there is a major salivary gland called the sublingual gland. If a mass arises in this gland, it could be a stone, or a growth. The likelihood of a malignancy (cancer) in this particular gland is upwards of 50%. It could also be an oral cancer outside of the gland, especially in oral tobacco users and alcoholics. An urgent evaluation by otolaryngologist is in order. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Should I be concerned about a small lump on my tongue after 3 weeks. I bit my tongue badly, and it seems slow to heal?
I have had a soft lump under my tongue its been there for some what of a possible 1-2 months should I be worried? Because i am.
Hard, pea sized lump inside my tongue. During the day it seems to shrink down to where I can barely feel it, then in the morning it's pea sized again?
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