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Non Painful Bump On Tongue
I've recently had dry mouth in the am. currently I have quit smoking. with that I have tiny non painful bumps on tip of tongue?
Suspicious bumps?: Any suspicious bumps on the tongue that does not resolve itself in 2-3 weeks, should be evaluated. See your doctor or dentist for eval. ...Read more
This would require: A medical history and examination of the wrist (with possible radiographic studies) in order to provide a useful response to your question. Take care. ...Read more
What could it mean when I have non painful, non discoloured lumps on both sides at the back of my tongue?
Perhaps Normal: All of us have non-painful lumps on the sides & back of our tongues. So, what you're seeing could quite possibly be "normal" anatomy. However, there are many variations which look a bit odd, & there are also several conditions which could look as you describe. The only way to know for sure is to see a dentist, oral surgeon, or ent. If it's something unusual, you should know asap. See someone asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bump on tongue: Impossible to say without an examination and dental history. You should have this seen by your dentist, especially if you have had it for 10 days or longer. ...Read more
Tongue lesion: Greetings. The tongue lesion on the tip is probably a benign fibroma. This most commonly occurs from self induced biting trauma. This may have occurred at night while you are asleep. As tYou look at the lesion, I usually view the associated teeth as the teeth come together in full closure. See your ENT physician for an evaluation and possible excision all biopsy. Good Luck. ...Read more
I get those painful little bumps on my tongue sometimes, which i call lie bumps. What can be causing them?
Inflamed taste buds?: Some bumps on one's tongue are normal (they are taste buds). However, they should not be painful. I would suggest that you see your own dentist when you have them for a definitive diagnosis, as we cannot see them, but your own dentist can. If they occur only when you lie and your dentist cannot explain it, then perhaps? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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