Ulcer on tongue lumps?

Get examined. There could be multiple reasons but most ominous one would be cancer.So see your pcp.
See your doctor. A tongue lump with an ulcer on top can represent something serious, such as a cancer. I would definitely have an ear, nose, and throat doctor check this out. If you can't get in to see one quickly, have your primary doctor check it out first and they can probably help you get in to a specialist faster.

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I can't see any ulcers or lump inside my mouth but different parts of my tongue is paining occasionally and there are small white painless spots?

Needs to be seen. We can give you a list of 100 possibilities which would be merely educated guesses or you can see your own dentist who can give you an accurate answer. I suggest the second solution. Read more...
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Have acid reflux? How long have you been getting them? Do the lumps hurt too? Do you have dry mouth from your medication? Could they be from allergies? Would recommend staying away from alcohol-based mouthwashes and use Biotene or Closys instead. Also, stay away from cinnamon-based foods and red dyes, which could cause allergic reactions. If no relief, see your dentist for a possible Rx for apthous ulcers. Read more...
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Side of tongue is a little red & irritated. Ent said molar sharp & rubbing it. No ulcer, lump. Dentist smoothed it out three days ago. Still sore? : (

Wait for healing. A traumatic ulceration should begin healing after the cause is eliminated, in your case the sharp molar. Rinsing with salt water could speed the healing. If you don't see an improvement within a week you should return to your dentist for re-evaluation. . Read more...

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