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White Bump On Tongue
4 year old daughter has had bad cough and runny nose for 9 days. Now she has white bump on tongue and says it hurts. Related?
May be normal: If these bumps are new, and you have been taking antibiotics it could be a yeast infection called thrush, which is easily treated. If they are long standing, don't hurt and aren't changing, it may just be normal prominent papillae (taste buds). It doesn't sound like anything serious, but if you're not sure check with your doctor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: See your dentist for a complete evaluation and if necessary, a treatment plan for your problem. ...Read more
Very painful white bumps under tongue and smaller white bumps (less painful) on left side?
Hurts to eat, talk when tongue goes over teeth
Mouth ulcer: This is something that needs to be checked out by your dentist. Oral lesions are hard to describe/diagnose without seeing they first hand. Some even require biopsy to diagnose (although this is only a few percent of the time). Go see your dentist and get this looked at. Chances are it's nothing serious but you need to get it looked at to ease your worries and put your fears to rest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The back gum between my two front top teeth is turning white, I have 3-4 tiny painful white bumps on tongue, green mucus like pus coming from gum. ?
What is it? I have a sore throat and white bumps on tongue? What is this and what should I do? On under sides of tongue.
Large white bumps on tongue, swollen glands isn't able to swallow light cough anything Otc that can help solve this problem I have photos of younger?
Bump on tongue: Impossible to answer without complete history/exam. For any lesion you need to see someone... Oral surgeon/dentist/oral med. Most of time it is benign but tongur is common place for bad lesions. While it sounds like a fibroma.... A careful exam and probably a biopsy should be done. ...Read more
Sialolith: Most likely it is a sialolith which is a small white calcified stone which can block your salivary duct (a duct where your saliva flows out from under your tongue) and cause the area to swell up and become painful. You need to see your dentist immediately to see if he or she can remove it. You may possibly have to see an oral surgeon for a minor surgical procedure to remove it. ...Read more
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