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Small Painless Bumps In Mouth
Many possibilities: It could be many things. You did not supply us with enough information to even give you a good guess. Was that one bump or many sores? See your dentist while you still have the bump to determine what is causing it. Even without pain, it should be looked at. ...Read more
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
52f-have 2 small painless tubular bumps in mouth @ bottom jaw. Dental appt in 3 weeks. Gargling w/warm salt walter daily. Welcome input while waiting.
You're doing: The correct palliative treatment. If the lesions should start to grow in size or become painful then please call your dentist and be seen immediately. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I always get small painless bumps in the mouth filled with fluid. Usually pierce them and they don't hurt. What is the cause and got HSV1.
Mucoceles: These sound like benign interruptions of the ducts on minor salivary glands that are common throughout your mouth. Of course your best bet is to get it evaluated by a dentist to be sure but your description sounds like these. They are often smaller than those in this image. ...Read more
Tested for Herpes Type 1 and result positive. Have small painless bumps in the mouth and pain full pumps in the genitals when pressed. What is the cause?
HSV 1&2: Most likely HSV1 Genitally, can be transmitted via oral sex. HSV LESIONS TEND TO BE PAINFUL. See your doctor with next flare and get labs checked. Acute flares of HSV RESPOND TO FAMVIR&VALTREX. Most importantly to realize virus may be spread even without visible lesions. You need to have a frank discussion with past & present sex partners. Especially if they test-for HSV1&2. ...Read more
Two small, hard bumps in mouth (1 inside corner of each cheek). Been there for years. Same color as cheek skin. Mostly painless, sometimes inflamed.
2 Small bumps in mouth on the left side. Feel a little like skin tags but arnt very moveable. What could they be?
Fibromas: Inside mouth. Benign. See oral surgeon or dermatologist. ...Read more
Small pimple like bumps in mouth usually on inside of lips and sides of the uvula not painful just annoying I "pop" them they go away?
Inclusion cysts: These come and go, they're not oathologic, just annoying. Don't worry! ...Read more
What could clear filled bumps in mouth be? One in jaw and 3 near tonsil area. Don't have tonsils. Had recent dental work. They are small clear bumps
Mucocoeles?: Clear filled bumps or bubbles are often mucocoeles, which often do not need treatment. To know for sure you really need to see a dentist. A dentist can see for sure what this may be. It truly is too difficult to say for sure through solely a question on this website. ...Read more
Usual blood clot like small red bumps in mouth due to teeth bit or mostly during chewing, goes away automatically after some time. I am a smoker.
Red bumps: First, you should stop smoking as it's a known carcinogen and will also lead to other health problems. While it seems that you have diagnosed the red bumps as related to accidental trauma, without actually examining you, we can't confirm or negate your diagnosis. It's best to have this checked by a local dentist (or physician). ...Read more
Not sure what it is.: Your dentist may be able to identify. ...Read more
Canker sores?: Canker sores by far are the most common cause for the bumps in mouth but there are other causes. Do you also mean that you also have a skin rash? If so does it itch? Do the bumps in the mouth and the skin rash start at the same time? ...Read more
Mucocele: No STD causes anything like this. Clear bumps in the mouth that clear rapidly are mucoceles. It's not abnormal, just temporary blockage of a mucus secreting gland. Don't worry about it. ...Read more
Clean from STDs but have reoccurring bumps in mouth on cheeks and sometimes on gums. Slightly painful mostly annoying. Been happening for months?
Unknown: There is an important distinction here. These are likely not apthous ulcers if they occur on the gums. This would be very rare. Apthous ulcers will occur on the cheeks however. If this has been going on for months, it may be viral or an allergy to something. Contact a dentist and have them evaluate it — a biopsy or at the very least, a thorough history is recommended. ...Read more
Are mucoceles a sign of HIV infection. I did an oraquick HIV test about 5 months after incidident but keep getting these fluid filled bumps in mouth.
Red skin tag like bumps in mouth near the tonsils. 16 years old and have had them for 1 year. Approx 2-3mm in size. What could they be????
Bumps on tonsils: You should talk to your parents about this issue and be evaluated by your pediatrician. ...Read more
What doctor is specialist in oral issues like bumps in mouth/ red spot In mouth? Is it ENT or oral seurgon?
Both: Both an ENT or Oral Surgeon is qualified to evaluate and treat oral lesions ...Read more
See dentist: Very hard to diagnose your condition without looking at it. Are the bumps hard or soft? How long do you have them? Have they changed size? All these questions help determine what you have. ...Read more
Salivary gland ducts: It sound like you may be describing the sublingual gland duct openings. There should be 2, one on either side of the mid-line and they can look like little bumps. If not that then it would be a good idea to have it looked at by your dentist. ...Read more
Canker sore: You may have what is called an aphthous ulcer or canker sore. This is small sore that appear on the inside of the mouth, the cheeks, the inside of the lips, the tongue and anywhere on the gum. Canker sore is the most common oral lesions. Individual ulcers typically last 1-2 weeks. ...Read more
Suspicious Bump: I would advise you to have the white bump on your cheek examined by a dentist or dental specialist (e.g. oral surgeon, OFP). Any suspicious bump that does not resolve itself in two-three weeks should be evaluated. ...Read more
I have small bump inside the mouth... Left side. Just under the gums area. On the soft tissues. It is painless...
Dental evaluation : I guess, you should get a thorough dental evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more
I have a small, red, painless bump on the inside of my mouth. It's above the bite line so I couldn't have bitten there. Should I see my dentist?
Red lesion oral: If this bump is trauma, from biting your tissue then it should resolve on its own in a couple of days, unless you keep biting the same area. Rule of thumb for all lesions is to see a doctor if it persists, or worsens. It is never disapointing to tell a patient "its nothing to worry about now", rather than the patient not give me a chance to see it before its gotten worse. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a small painless bump on the roof of my mouth. It's squishy and doesn't show up on a velscope check. It hasn't grown at all. Should I worry?
See oral surgeon: Any suspicious bump that does not resolve itself in two-three weeks should be reevaluated by your dentist or an oral surgeon and considered for biopsy to obtain a definitive diagnosis. Visit your dentist for evaluation. ...Read more
Small movable, popping, bump on the right side of my jaw under my mouth next to my jaw bone. Have to feel hard for it to notice it. No pain/growth.
Are lots of small, painless red bumps on the tongue normal? Can swillimg saltwater around the mouth help get rid of these?
Well : That's an option That can help. For specific diagnosis and treatment recommend Healthtap visit with photographs ...Read more
A small purple wart like bump has appeared inside lip in front of mouth and my tongue keeps touching it. It is hard and painless. What should I do?
Check it out: Random bumps are always a concern for the doctor. Generally speaking, it's probably nothing but you want to be sure as abnormalities can present as symptoms to worse scenarios. It's possible that it's related to the trauma during surgery or postoperatively if you bit your lip. Usually time and not messing with it will help it go away. ...Read more
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