I have red spots on my tongue?

Possibly normal. Depending on the type, location and size of the red spots they can be almost anything. It could range from normal anatomy, to migratory glossitis (geographic tongue) to sensitivity to certain types of foods or mouth rinses, to something "more". If this persists for a few more days, it could be wise to have your dentist check it out to make sure that they are typical.

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I have tiny red spots on my tongue and the back sides of my tongue its hitting my tooth at times. It looks like blood is on the back sides.?

Need an Exam. Lesions on the tongue can be either benign or related to a more serious problem. You need to have a thorough oral examination by your doctor or dentist. Read more...
See an ENT doctor. Bleeding from tongue can be from traumatic biting or tumor. It is not normal. Read more...

I have red painful spots on my tongue and my neck and chin lymph nodes are swollen, no other symtoms. Has been like this about three days.

Viral ? Oral sex ? Herpes virus can do. If not other virus can createthis picture. See pmd. Read more...
Infection. Please see your Dentist as soon as possible to determine the pathogenic organism involved and to provide the appropriate treatment. Note that pain meds such as Aleve or Acetominophen will not cure an infection. Read more...

What are these red spots on my tongue?

Many things. Red spots on the tongue can be caused by many things, including a B12 deficiency, an infection, asthma or some oral cancers. Have a dentist do an oral cancer screening or see an ENT doctor to evaluate and rule out anything serious. Read more...

I havd red spots on my tongue and large ones on the back of it, what could this be?

Geographical tongue? If there is no pain or other discomfort, it can be geographical tongue. Which is benign condition. Read more...
Taste Buds. Provided that these bumps are not a symptom of underlying disease, i.e. There is no pain, swelling, bleeding, burning sensation, or discomfort of any kind, they are taste buds. The major test buds are in the posterior part of the tongue. Read more...
Taste buds\papaillae. I agree with the excellent answer given by dr. Gustavo ruiz de castilla. It's always best that you always check these things out with a dentist who can actually see what you are describing just to be sure. Make sure you get a complete head and neck cancer screening at your dentist every 6 months. Read more...