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I have bump filled with blood on my salivary gland under the tongue not on the tongue what could it be, what to do?

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Dr. Paul Grin
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In brief: Can be alarming

The red bumps underneath your tongue have been caused by irritation most of the time.
Should the bump get worse, or get painful or last longer than a couple of weeks, you should see your GP for exam.

In brief: Can be alarming

The red bumps underneath your tongue have been caused by irritation most of the time.
Should the bump get worse, or get painful or last longer than a couple of weeks, you should see your GP for exam.
Dr. Paul Grin
Dr. Paul Grin
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In brief: See a dentist

Sounds like a blocked salivary duct or a stone blocking duct.
Better safe than sorry. See a professional for assessment.

In brief: See a dentist

Sounds like a blocked salivary duct or a stone blocking duct.
Better safe than sorry. See a professional for assessment.
Dr. Charles Lockhart
Dr. Charles Lockhart
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