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Swollen Lump Under Tongue
Swelling?: Probably swelling if you had trauma or bit your tongue during your sleep. It could also be a mucocele which is a sac full of mucous that may need drainage and/or steroid injection to help prevent recurrence. If it's not painful or severe symptoms ok to give it a couple days to see if resolving. If not, or getting worse, or has been there a while get it checked out this week by your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
At first, i had a fairly large lump under my tongue, on the left side. Now everything under my tongue is swollen. What could it be?
See a dentist ASAP: I would have it evaluated by your dentist or primary care physician. A minor infection on the tongue, tooth abscess or a swollen salivary gland is not uncommon and can cause pain and irritation. The proper diagnosis is the key to a successful treatment. See your dentist for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ive noticed a lump inside the middle of my tongue , a few taste buds look swollen just above it. its been there around 5 weeks now?
Lump on tongue: This is impossible to answer with a clinical examination and additional information. That being said, any lesion or swelling that has been present in or around your mouth for longer than 7-10 days needs to be examined. Call your dentist or an oral surgeon for an examination appointment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My left tonsil has been swollen for 6 days I've been taking penicillin v past 48 hrs. Swelling has reduced theres still a lump behind it & if i push it with my tongue it leaks will this need draining?
Just had a cold with swollen tonsils for 10 days and I woke up 3 days ago with a sore lump inside my tongue towards the front. What could this be?
Pea size Hard lump on floor of mouth Can't see it, but can feel it with tongue and finger. Hurts when pressed. Swollen node in neck on same side?
Get medical evaluati: you need to see your doctor or dentist to check you and find out the nature of this nodule. if it is 1 cm or larger then we need to get her checked by a head and Neck(ENT) surgeon for evaluation. He/she may even recommend a biopsy especially if the neck lymph nodes are larger then 1cm in size and suspicious to be related to this nodule. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Help! painful large taste buds tongue feels like it is swollen weird white patches itchy throat metallic taste lump in throat! constant worry?
Painful tongue: This could be a viral or a fungal infection. It is impossible to diagnose without a visual exam and additional information/medical history. See your dentist or an ENT specialist. ...Read more
1 swollen tonsil. Shallow lumps on back of tongue. Frequent urination with urge to go. Little comes out. Help.
Here are some ...: Frequent urination may result from UTI, incomplete emptying, inability to hold urine (OAB), or over fluid consumption, etc. So, pack up the info of the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, & progress of Sx over time for analysis + physicals + possible tests so to deduce possible causes for proposing Rx/care timely. Yet, what you saw in the throat may not be related with voiding Sx; check. ...Read more
My throat is extremely swollen and sore. The back of my tongue has huge lumps and my throat is yellowish with red spots. I have no tonsils. ?
Viral infection: The lumps in the back of the tongue may be circumvallate papillae which are taste buds. They may be inflamed. The red spots in the back of your throat may be infected lymph nodes. Although the most likely diagnosis is an upper respiratory tract viral infection, I would strongly recommend you see a physician for a culture and sensitivity of the yellow material in the back of the throat. ...Read more
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