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Hi, I got my tongue pierced Monday & im worried I might have an infection. There's small red bumps under my tongue that hurt & there's a lump of skin?

Tongue piercing. Please see your Dentist or an Oral Surgeon to check for infection, a common and potentially serious complication. Dentist's don't like tongue piercings for that reason, and because trauma from the fixtures often cause excessive wear to the teeth, fractured teeth, and permanent bone/gum loss on the tongue side of the teeth. Read more...

Red, spotty, swollen face my son woke up with his eye swollen with bright red bumps that are very small. He also had those small, red bumps all around his mouth and chin. I gave him a dose of benedryl allergy this morning and the swelling around his eye

Any . Any time there is an injury or problem with the eye, the best course of action is to call the child's doctor. As a general rule, we are very careful with eyes. Without examining him, it is difficult to tell whether the cause is allergy, infection (viral or bacterial) or injury. Since they all require different treatments, the safest thing to do is call his doctor. Good luck! legal disclaimer: I am providing this general and basic information as a public service and my response to this question does not constitute a doctor-patient relationship. For any additional information, advice, or specific concerns, please speak with your own physician. The information provided is current as of the date of the answer entry. Read more...
Doctor visit. Would really be a good idea just to have the doctor look at the little guy to make sure it isn't an infection. Read more...

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. . 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...

I noticed yesterday that I have two red bumps on the bottom of the flap of skin under my tongue so I took my tongue ring out its sore what couldit be?

Salivary duct block. You may have a salivary gland blockage under tongue, which will create soreness and swelling. You cannot treat on own...Should see a dentist, preferably an oral surgeon. The tongue ring should be removed and not put back...Can cause tooth movement, tongue thrust, infections and other problems. Read more...

I have a couple painless red bumps on the roof of my mouth. I have allergies so I thought it could be that. But it's been over 24 hours now.

Are they blisters? Could you have burned your mouth? Stay away from alcohol-based mouthwashes that could burn and use Biotene or CloSys mouthwash to soothe and help heal. Also, stay away from Cinnamon and red dyes that could also cause allergic reactions. If they are blisters, see your dentist immediately to rule out more serious conditions. Good luck! Read more...
Consult your dentist. I would advise you to have the red bumps on the roof of the mouth examined by the dentist, to find out the source of the bumps to determine what treatment is necessary, if any. Read more...