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Nodules On Tongue
I have a bruised colored nodule on my tongue...Its been there for 6 months...Doesn't hurt..But won't go away?
In the floor of my mouth to the left I have a small, hardish nodule which i can flick with my tongue! no pain, non smoker. Any ideas i'm scared?
I had nodules cut of my vocal cords 5days ago..is it normal for my tongue to be numb still. Also still white and is now getting sores all over it?
I've noticed two hard nodules under the skin of my gum below my tongue. They're very small and there is no pain. Should I see the dentist or wait?
Go now: Any pain, bleeding, or swelling should be immediately investigated. It may be as simple as a clogged salivary duct, or as complex as a neoplasm. See a Pro. Let the Dentist make the appropriate decisions with you. 5 most dangerous words in the English language, "Maybe it will go away." ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Dry mouth and dry blood on tongue and bloody phlegm . Can it be caused from thyroid nodule ? Have been diagnosed with a 1cm nodule calcified within .
Not related: Thyroid calcifications will not bleed into the oral cavity. Dry mouth (and likely dry throat and nasal passages) will often result in blood from the gums or the delicate tissues of the nose. A bloody nose can reveal itself inwardly ("post-nasal drip") or externally when the nose is blown. Have your. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Probably not.: Salt, spices and acids such as citrus fruits can cause the tongue to swell. As long as it is mild swelling and not making breathing a problem, you probably have nothing to worry about. You may wish to avoid too much salt so the problem won't occur often. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am having oral fungus i. E on tongue and inner side of my cheeks what should I do I am having this from seven months?
I woke e up this morning with a black tongue i'm 50 years old and this morning my tongue was completely black
"growths" on cords: Vocal nodules are lesions that can affect the true vocal cords. Nodules usually present as hoarseness or a change in your voice. They tend to be non-cancerous in nature but cancer is always a concern when ents look at your vocal cords and see "growths.". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer