Why am I having red bumps filled with blood in the mouth and some few sores under the tongue that come and go?

Get examined. It's very difficult to answer your question without a thorough examination. These lesions could be related to several different things. I recommend you see your dentist or Internist asap. .

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Got small sores that come and go in the mouth. Usually come one or two and disappear. With red bumps filled with blood. What may be the cause?

More info please. are the bumps mainly on inner cheeks, roof of the mouth (palate), or floor of the mouth; or mainly on the tongue? Do they blister? Do they heal with scar, ulcer or completely clear? . Read more...

Usual blood clot like small red bumps in mouth due to teeth bit or mostly during chewing, goes away automatically after some time. I am a smoker.

Red bumps. First, you should stop smoking as it's a known carcinogen and will also lead to other health problems. While it seems that you have diagnosed the red bumps as related to accidental trauma, without actually examining you, we can't confirm or negate your diagnosis. It's best to have this checked by a local dentist (or physician). Read more...
Red bumps. As you are a smoker I would strongly suggest that the nest time a red bump appears that you have it examined by a General Dentist or an Oral Surgeon. Read more...

There is a bump under the tongue. Also a couple of other red bumps. I have trouble swallowing. Dry mouth. And jaw pains when eating?

Need more info. There may be more than one issue and it require an in-person evaluation to sort these out. You have provide very little information, e.g., age, any medications, joint issues, dry eyes, fever, etc. It would be prudent to see a doctor for an evaluation. Read more...
SEE PCP. THIS DOES NOT SEEM TO BE NEUROLOGICAL. MOST LIKELY ENT OR ORAL SURGEON ISSUE.. ASK ADVICE OF YOUR PCP. Read more...
Salivary glands? The symptoms you describe may be due to silalolithiasis(stones in the salivary glands or ducts). Stones can form in the ducts that drain the glands, for unknown reasons. The stone(s)will often pass on their own . If secondary infection occurs antibiotics may be needed. Occasionally referral to a specialist is needed if the problem doesn't resolve. For more info: bit.ly/15ATkPW. Read more...
Vague. Could be a salivary duct blockage under the tongue, but really hard to say without an exam. Read more...

White coating on my tongue in the a.m. It comes off when I brush with baking soda. Tonight it was there with tiny red bumps. Little blood. Painless.

White patch on tongu. Elongated tongue papilla also known as taste buds. Show this to your dentist or an ENT. They will be able to rule out a candidal infection that needs antifungals. Best thing to do is brush your tongue when you brush your teeth or use. Tongue rake can also be used. Good luck and feel better. Read more...

Occasional throb in back of tongue and throat. Red bumps along back of tongue on both sides. No blood. Pain is not constant. Slight cough. Why?

See a doctor. The red bumps on your tongue are your taste buds.If you have a slight cough, this can cause your throat to be sore . If you don't have a cold, i recommend you see your physician to check out your throat. Read more...