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Red raw sore on the roof of my mouth. Swollen red bumps on back of tongue and back sides of tongue and white spots on tonsils.

Infection. Sounds viral but may be bacterial. If you use tobacco, a palatal biopsy may be in order. Salt water gargles and topical anesthetic will help. A throat culture can help differentiate the etiology. See your physician. Read more...

Roof of my mouth is yellow with tiny red spots back of throat is red. Not pain or soreness no swollen lymph nodes what can this be?

Not sure. Many things could lead to a palatal rash and pharyngitis including viruses. I suggest you have a comprehensive evaluation by a medical doctor. The information available in this forum is insufficient to make a firm diagnosis. . Read more...

Very sudden sore, swollen throat, red dots on roof of mouth. Completely fine when I woke up this am. What could it be?

Petechiae. Everyone wants to learn a new word right? Were the spots there last night and went away or did the sores come up this afternoon? Either case warrants a peek from a dentist. You may have a sudden onset virus, allergic reaction to a food or petechiae (sometimes painful red dots on the roof of your mouth from trauma). As always if you can't breathe or swallow 911. I hope they feel better soon! Read more...
Virus. Could be a secondary hermetic outbreak. Most people had the chicken pox as a child and have the herpes virus lying dormant in their system. A herpes outbreak in the mouth can look like little spots with a red ring around them. Give it a week to ten days and it may be gone. Read more...

Swelling on the roof/palate of my mouth and migraine I ran/walked a 10k 3/17/12 after I finished I got an apple and a water as I took a bite of the apple I noticed the roof of my mouth was very tender, today 3/19/12 the roof/palate is still swollen in two

I . I do not think the swelling is related to your run, but more so to irritation or an abcess, the cause of which cannot be determined over the internet. Why don't you go see a dentist who can physically see you. Determine what your problem is, and advise you of the proper course of treatment? Hope this info helps. Read more...
This . This could have multiple causes, some dental related. Any medical professional you will see would want to rule out dental causation first, as this is most common for your symptoms. Therefore i suggest you start with your dentist. Congrats on your 10k. Read more...
I . I agree with the other respondent that you should start with your dentist (or oral surgeon) to evaluate the swelling. If his or her finding is inconclusive then have it checked out by a physician (ent would be my first choice). Read more...