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My Tongue Is Inflamed
I have genital herpes and so does my husband ..he put his finger up inside me and put his finger in his mouth then kissed me my tongue tip inflamed ?
I have raised bumps on the sides of my tongue and on the back of my tongue. Looks like inflamed skin. Doesn't hurt. Looks bad. Infectious?
Under my tongue....Inflamed, sore.
Yesterday, i woke up and the area under my tongue felt a bit weird/slighty sore to the touch (as in if my tongue ro?
I have recently noticed some painless red dots on my tongue, they look like inflamed taste buds; however, it's not going away. My tongue has recently started getting a yellow film, which I've read is a sign of dead skin cells, that can be brushed
Not serious: Fungiform papillae are the small bumps located on the top and sides of your tongue. They’re the same color as the rest of your tongue and, under normal circumstances, are unnoticeable. They give your tongue a rough texture, which helps you eat. They also contain taste buds and temperature sensors. Papillae can become enlarged for a variety of reasons. Most of the time, these reasons aren’t seriou ...Read more
Red bumps on the back of my tongue & tonsils are semi-inflamed. Painful to swallow. Worse at night & morning. Issue started a week ago. Help?
Pharyngitis: I would suspect that you are suffering from pharyngitis an inflammation of the lymphoid tissues and lining of the mouth. There is a ring of these tissues that line the back of the mouth... tonsils, adenoids and base of the tongue. It is likely a reaction to a bacterial or viral infection. You should see a MD to rule out a Strep. infection which left untreated can lead to mere serious health issues ...Read more
I have scaly skin on both sides of my tongue. Doesn't look inflamed just ugly. Don't know how long. Been around, hand, ft, mouth disease recently. ?
I have one specific taste bud on my tongue that is a little inflamed and is sore but nothing severe. Why?
Multiple causes:: Hot foods and drinks, smoking, allergies, vitamin deficiencies, trauma, just to name a few. However, it is possible that the taste buds are swollen due to an organic underlying cause so it is important to talk to your dentist. Rec.: see general dentist for evaluation and referral if needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My tongue it's white with tonsils inflamed , it's so painful , and more saliva semi liquid , is that tongue cancer or stomatitis ?
Don't fear the worst: See your dentist for a definitive diagnosis. There are so many possibilities and almost all of them are not serious and easily treated. Your symptoms do not suggest a cancerous lesion to me. The quickest way to feel better and allay your fears is to see your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi dr i hve red painless spots in the back of my throat I have a white painless tongue my tonsils also get inflamed very often what do I have?
Potential explanatio: Red spots on the back of the throat could be petechiae, or little bruises. These occur from trauma. Maybe back off from any oral activities you may be partaking in. White tongue could very well be related to the hairlike projections that grow on the tongue. Try brushing it more. Tonsils swelling is a normal immune response to any kind of infection. They are doing their job. Get evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Taste buds: Dry mouth is a leading cause of irrated tongue. A review of medications you are taken along with a full blood panel would be recommended to rule out systemic issues that could also manifest with these symptoms. A visit with your dentist and md would be recommended. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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