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White Spot On Tongue Eraser Head Size
Sorry asked earlier but want to clarify. 6yr old with 5mm raised mole pin head size dark spot on mole. No change over one month. Hair in mole (4 or 5). Mole present for yrs. Any cause to worry ?
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
10mth front head (end of forehead beginning of hair) is bulging. Soft spot flat, head size same but always big. History of IV hemorrhage no symptoms?
Get help: This does not sound good at all, especially if the anterior fontanelle is flat. I would have a pediatrician or ER doc evaluate this ASAP. Did the child have any recent trauma? Any neurological signs such as sleepiness or abnormal movements ? Plead have this evaluated immediately, may need ultrasound or scan ...Read more
My grandson just had an MRI because his head size was in the 97 percentile. They called today and said he has "bright spots" What could these be?
Possible nf1: You should ask your physician for better explanation of bright spots. Sometimes large head (macrocephaly) is associated with neurofibromatosis. Some bright spots are sometimes seen frontal lobe, cerebellum, basal ganglia and brainstem.Bright spots are not tumors and will not develop into brain tumors. Hyperintensities are most commonly seen in children and disappear in adulthood. ...Read more
What are liver spots? I have 5 pin head size dots on my chest/tummy and some on my back. Someone said could just be liver spots
Can only guess...: ...without an image. Understanding your underlying medical problems, exposures, risks would be helpful as well. Would ask that you allow a physician to examine your "spots" (whether in the office or via telemedicine), and go from there. Also, I see you have a history of shingles, which can recur. ...Read more
I have a small bright red spot under my tongue that I just noticed and is painful to touch. A little smaller then eraser head. Any ideas?
See dentist. : Hard to say . See your dentist. ...Read more
Found a little red spot on side of tongue this am. Only one. Very small like a larger pin head. .. Just today. Should i worry? Maybe bit myself?
May be bite mark: There are a number of things that can cause something like this, most of which are not serious. It could well be a bite mark. It should heal quickly, in a few days. If the area does not heal in 2 weeks, or gets bigger and more painful, it is time to see a dentist and have it checked. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
wisdom theet removed dec 15 still have like a swollen lymph node in my cheek and a black pin sized spot inside my mouth (comes and goes) what is it?
Hi I just checked my tongue on the side inner I found a red spot with a white head is it a pimple or an ulcer also can it be caused by teeth rubbing?
Not known: It is difficult to give you a differential diagnosis of a lesion without actually seeing it, your teeth, and taking a full medical history including social habits. How long has the lesion been there? If it is more than two weeks, please have it examined by your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1 sore spot on side of throat and on back of tongue on same side. Hurts to turn head, swallow, and yawn. What are some possibilities?
Had a pimple like spot on right side of my throat, didn't hurt but irritating.. can feel it with the back of my tongue.. still swollen.it popped. and the "head" I spit out and it was thick like a pimple head. the spot is still swollen and is open, is star
Bleeding out mouth smoker 20yr had nose an throat an stomach scope nothing did it for 4 days about 3 times at randem times not steady now spot about dime size when i clear my throat only thing is lungs should they also be checked an what type of dr wou
Blood : Blood from the mouth can be from the mouth, nose, throat, esophagus/stomach, or lungs. If a full evaluation of mouth, nose, throat, and upper GI tract has been done, then the lungs should be evaluated--usually start with an x ray, possibly a ct, and possibly a bronchoscopy (endoscope of the lungs). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I noticed a round red spot on tongue. 1/3 of an inch, flat, seems like the skin is peeled off. It was fading but 2day I had oranges now it's red again?
I have a black spot on the right side of my cheek and on that same side I have throats pain and tongue pain.
May or may not: May or may not be related to each other. Important that you have your dentist check the "black spot" immediately. ...Read more
White spot underneath my tongue close to where it meets the bottom of my mouth. Hurts. has been present for 2 days.
Salivary duct: Likely a blocked or irritated salivary duct. If it worsens around mealtime then probably this. Best to see your Dentist for examination. White patches are always a concern and can be cancerous, so best to get it checked. Warm salt water soaks to sooth the area and possibly help release any blockage may help. Good Luck. Make the appt. ...Read more
Slept with mouth opened woke up with very dry tongue and little white spot in the middle of the mouth... Will see md ..Should i be worried?
No: Shouldn't be worried. Though if you are a smoker it is advisable to have it evaluated in the next week or two. ...Read more
My son is 7 months old and I noticed a big brown spot on his tongue closer to the back of mouth. He's not really drink or eat. Is this bad?
I noticed yesterday I have a little white spot on the middle of my tongue on it hurts when i eat salted foods or when my mouth is dry. What is it?
How little is little: Hi Katherine328. Could be a virus, or a canker sore (apthous ulcer), depending on size. If if persists, all white spots in the mouth might be some form of cancer (although they usually dont hurt) and you should see a practitioner who deals with mouth issues...dermatologist, ENT, or oral surgeon probably. Your own practitioner can probably refer you. ...Read more