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I have red bumps on the side and front of my tongue (look like pimples). My gums are also really sensitive and swollen. What could this be?

Several things. It could be a localized allergic response to a particular food or it could be the consequence of poor oral hygiene over time. Get it looked at by a dentist who can help you figure it out and rule out less common but potentially more serious possibilities. Read more...
Need eval. A proper dental exam will provide an accurate assessment of what the lesions are. Most innocent lesions in the mouth will resolve within 2 weeks. The possibilities include something viral or perhaps auto-immune in origin. It is possible that the swollen gums and "pimples" may or may not be linked. Try to identify things that make it better/worse and keep track of how long the lesions are present. Read more...

I Have small red bumps sporadically around my legs, hips, and arms but only around a total of 10-15 over all areas and three just appeared on the roof of my mouth. They're almost like what a pimple that just started to form looks like. Completely red, no

ConsiderConsultation. Your symptoms are suggestive of a viral illness, such as Hand Foot and Mouth disease. However without seeing the rash it's not possible to make a definitive diagnosis. Consider an online consultation with a Health Tap physician where you can upload images of the rash. Read more...
Papules. It really sounds as if you have two from us. I cannot envision what are the bumps on the roof of the mouth would relate to the bumps on your skin. But there are such conditions, they just need to be evaluated personally. The most important asset of a dermatologist is his/her eyes, so you need to have this rash evaluated. Read more...