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Small Pink Lump On My Tonsil
Most likely no: These yellowish whitish things are ver common in the tonsils. Debris forms in the tonsillar crypts and sometimes the tonsil forms a membrane that walls it off. This then appears as a lump. In general, these are nothing to worry about. If concerned, an ENT doctor will be able to quickly evaluate it and reassure you. ...Read more
Sore throat,painful bumps on sides of tounge one each,small red bumps on tounge with small pink patch?
Must be seen: Cannot be diagnosed online without a photo. ...Read more
I have a painful red lump on my labia majora and there's two small white dots on top, so im positive theres puss inside. its about the size of a dime.
Hi, a couple weeks ago I noticed 2 painless small red dots on my penis.. now I have small red dots on my tongue and red spots on foot. What can it be?
Hemangiomas?: A few painless red dots on the skin, on the penis or anywhere else, usually are not abnormal. Most likely they are small hemangiomas, i.e. blood vessel "moles". They are harmless and often become more common as the years pass. No STD or any other serious health problem is a likely cause. But see a doctor for reassurance if you remain concerned. ...Read more
Multiple causes: THis is something that should be examined and if anything looks suspicious biopsied or removed completely. You didn't say how long it has been there or if it is changing in color and or size which is important to know. ...Read more
Lump on neck, lump on back of tongue, white spot on tonsil, red dots on tongue (look like large paepelle), white coating on tongue, ear/throat pain.
Doctor can check: New throat pain can be from a strep throat infection (antibiotics are needed), a cold or influenza (antibiotics usually not used), or from some other cause such as allergies or irritants. Usually, a person sees the doctor if the sore throat is "super sore", recurrent, or doesn't go away quickly (mainly to check for strep throat). Throat infections can occur along with tongue and ear symptoms. ...Read more
I noticed 3 raised small lumps (like size of pea) near my left ear. I'm worried it's swollen lymph node. I had a raised pea-lump on bottom chin before?
Hello, i have a painful, hard, quarter sized lump on my upper thigh. Its red around the actual lump and hasn't got any smaller.
I have big white bumps on my tounge red throat with red bumps and small red bumps inside my lower lip?
I have a scratchy throat, little bumps on very back of my tongue... today my bottom lip is swollen and yellowish and red Circular marks on my balls?
Here are some...: The specifics, relevance, & sequence of events of all symptoms are not enough to deduce right answer. Of course, a physical exam is essential and some testing may be required for right diagnosis/care. But, it is not hard to put or sort all related things out correctly by following instruction/suggestion in articles in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Small pimple like bump appeared on top lip. Then I noticed trail tiny bumps on the left side. And a tiny cluster on right. Dnt hurt but what are they?
Depends: There are many possibilities here that really need a strong history to diagnose your problem. Depending on your exposures, it could be anything from a herpetic breakout (cold sore), to acne, to impetigo (a bacterial skin infection), or even poison ivy. See your primary physician or dermatologist to help narrow it down. ...Read more
I have a swollen left tonsil with a red bump on it and little white lines on each tonsil. My left ear feels blocked. My tongues surface feels rough.?
See your doctor: This sounds like an upper respiratory infection. They are often accompanies by swelling of the tonsils, ear infections, sinus drainage, etc. Over the counter medications can help with relief from the congestion and drainage but you may need an antibiotic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Minor salivary gland: These small bumps are most likely minor salivary glands that may have become a bit inflamed. As long as they are not painful, don't grow larger, and go away then you should be fine. If they persist have the area looked at by your dentist or an oral surgeon. ...Read more
Call an oral surgeon: These types of conditions really need to be visualized, and together with a full medical history a diagnosis can be made. Your best bet is to call a local oral surgeon who can examine and advise you. Without this info, the cause of your lesions is only a guess, and that's not what you're looking for. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers