Bumps on roof of the mouth

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i have 2 bumps on the right side of the roof of my mouth, one has been there about a day longer than the other and thier sore, any suggestions? This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/421353'>Bump on roof of mouth</a>.
Today, I noticed several tiny bumps on my soft palate. They are the same size that one of the little bumps people get on their tongue sometimes would be. They do not hurt. \ I was curious as to what the reason for them may be?
Several days ago I noticed the roof of my mouth was feeling a little numb, not on the surface, but underneath felt numb. Several days past, and it only grew worse so I peered in and took a picture. http://www.makewavesmedia.com/pics/10-26-2010-Day4-10pm.jpg I went to my doctor who didn't know what to make of it. He said it doesn't smell like yeast, and may be oral thrush, except that it was only contained to the small area right at the top. I guess thrushes normally spread all over.
I often get them on the under side of my tongue. I have a bump very similar to that on the roof of my mouth in the back. I just ate garlic bread, so I'm wondering if these bumps can also occur on the roof of your mouth? I mean I literally just noticed it. It doesn't hurt though it does look a little red around the bump.
Upon running my finger along the roof of my mouth, there is a hard, pea-sized lump on the roof of my mouth. If I open my mouth and look, it is not visible, and is located under the tissue. As this literally began to hurt within a matter of an hour or two, I am wondering if it's some sort of inflammation that will pass. The internet has provided few answers, and pointed me towards cancer: is it possible that cancer could start to bother me that quickly?
Teeth and gums tingle, roof of mouth swollen, kind of like dry mouth (not thirsty though), tongue will not leave the swollen area alone. My dentist suggested trying biotene toothpaste and mouthwash for about two months to see if there is any improvement which I did and no improvement. I am going to call my dentist and tell her it did not work, but I thought I would write to see if you have heard of this and have any suggestions. Could it be allergies? I have not changed my way of eating.
Hi-- I have a strange bump, pimple-like, on the roof of my mouth. It's pretty small, and in the mirror, it looks like a small bump, and it almost looks like there are maybe two other small bumps right by it, although I can't feel those with my tongue. I am a sexually active, usually healthy 26 year old. Is it possible that this bump is a symptom of an STD? Or is it more likely just to be some sort of small thing, or just a pimple?
The roof of my mouth is red and very painful. The redness and pain is only located on one side of the roof of my mouth. The area also does not feel smooth like it normally feels with my tongue. It feels like there are tiny little bumps. I'm not sure what this could be since I haven't done anything I could think of to aggravate the area and I haven't kissed anyone or had any kind of human contact within the area.
ps I've had pain in the roof of my mouth for a while and I know that a toothache can cause pain in the roof of the mouth. The pain in the tooth only developed a week ago. I feels like any other toothache I've ever had, especially the ones I've needed before having a root canal.
However I noticed that the front portion of the roof of my mouth had lost the normal pinkness of the rest of my mouth had, it looks white. the skin is white color and goes back about an inch and then begins to 'freckle' back to pinkness. I've never noticed this before, the skin feels like it always has, it does not hurt, nor is there any bumps or sores, I don't smoke or drink or any thing. Is this something I should be worried about?
Another possibility is that it may be a cyst which is a small pocket filled with fluid .Mucoceles are a harmless, common condition resulting from the collection of clear fluid on the interior surface of the lip. See a doctor. Treatment will be specific based on the cause. Keep me posted. Best luck and regards!
This time on the left side on the roof of my mouth one behind the other, between the torus and my molars. Please help me understand this. I feel lost and I am very scared. I have done a lot of research on this and cannot find any answers. I do not smoke or drink.
I have been getting these little bumps or pimples in the back of my throat,the roof of my mouth and on the very back of my tongue. I have been to see two ENT's about this problem. One said it was my tonsills the other thought the same at first because I was coughing up little white nodules, but the nodules have disappeared about a year ago. I have no sore throat just these bumps that are driving me nuts. They seem to flair up worse about an hour after I eat dinner.
I woke up this morning and noticed small bumps on the roof of my mouth, my tongue had a couple bumps on it as well and was a whitish color. I washed off my tongue and it didnt bleed and it doesnt hurt most of the white stuff washed off. I was wondering what this could be???????
I believe the pain is coming from the small red bump on my tongue and these colorless bumps on the roof of my mouth, that I discovered by stroking my tongue against it. When I apply pressure to the bumps with my tongue, I do not feel pain. My friend suggested that I might have burnt my mouth, but I don't recall ever burning it. I'm not sure this is related but in the past week I have been experiencing hot flashes, and have a right enlarged lymph node. I do not have a sore throat.
mass along the roof of the third ventricle, posterior to the foramina of Monroe's which are slightly splayed by this lesion. It is isointense on T1, heterogenious on T2 with a very hypointense component and hypointense on FLAIR. The lateral ventricles are asymetrical, left larger than right but no frank hydrocephalus is appreciated. The small mass described above, probably with a hemorrhagic component, could reflect a subependymoma or an atypical colloid cyst.
I've had these little white bumps under my tongue, on the roof of my mouth towards the back and on the inside of my lower lip for about a year and a half. They do not hurt. They are uncomfortable as my mouth feels rough using my tongue. They just appeared one day. I have been going to many specialist in Vancouver over the past year and a half and have stumped them all so far.
Also, my lip is a little swollen around the line that separates the bottom of the bottom lip from my face. I also notice the slight swelling in the mirror -- it is puffed out. I'm supposed to go to the dentist in June. Is this something that should be looked at sooner?
The possible causes of your symptoms are oral thrush which is an overgrowth of yeast in the mouth causing white spots to occur on the tongue, gums, roof of the mouth and the inside of the cheeks. It is usually seen in people with poor nutrition, who use inhaled steroids or are taking antibiotics and individuals with suppressed immune systems. White patches can also be due to a condition called leucoplakia seen usually in those with weak immune system. It is best to get these bumps examined.
i have small white bumps on the roof of my mouth, i just got finished with a zpak of antibiotics, and was ill with a very bad sinus and bronchial infection. What could these bumps be?
I am a 40 year old male. Had oral sex with a woman about 3 weeks ago. Shortly afterwards (2-3 days) I developed a couple of "sores" inside my mouth (cheek and roof of the mouth) and on the inside surface of my lip. I also developed an irritation around the eyes. The sores persisted. My MD tried antibiotics, anti-viral, and anti fungal (wasn't enough to culture - diagnosis by elimination).
Also a little more down, behind my tongue on the walls of my throat, there are small yellow lumpy looking bumps (as small as half a grain of rice). I've had a couple girlfriends who i've kissed but all healthy. And once tried oral sex for about 1 minute (because i hated it). Please give me advice on what this can be and if it's normal. It worries me thinking it may be herpes or something (God forbid) :( Thank you VERY much in advance!
Also it feels like I have ate alot of sour candy and burnt the roof of my mouth or like I have slept with my mouth closed all night and had my toung stuck to the roof ofmy mouth. Please help me out.
I realized yesterday that I have about four bumps on the top of my uvula towards the roof of my mouth. What is this?
After a few days and more pain and difficulty swallowing, I looked at my throat. I had about 10 ulcers on the back part of the roof of my mouth. They looked like canker sores to me and went away after about 7-10 days of using magic pink mouth wash. At this time I noticed a bump in the center of the top of my tounge. This bump initially looked like a blood blister. It is red with purple in it. It is a little smaller than the top part of a pencil eraser (width)and does not stick up very high.
I have had bumps on the base of my tongue on the lateral edge for some time. these bumps have white dots near them that expand into thing white rings. these bumps are most prominent at the base /back of my tongue. last year i went to my doc and told him i thought it was thrush, he didn't agree and told me it was nothing. at this time, i was tested for diabetes and hiv - both tests came back negative.
In late December my throat was tight, a lump appeared on my lower neck for five days, one say my whole body felt numb and tingly and a lump appeared on the roof of my mouth that went after a week or so, my tongue also got two swollen bumps on it in the centre. Are these HIV symptoms? Should I retest? Is burning mouth syndrome a symptom of HIV? Or am I in the clear 100%?
I have had bumps on the base of my tongue on the lateral edge for some time. these bumps have white dots near them that expand into thing white rings. these bumps are most prominent at the base /back of my tongue. last year i went to my doc and told him i thought it was thrush, he didn't agree and told me it was nothing. at this time, i was tested for diabetes and hiv - both tests came back negative.
But the other day I noticed for the first time on my tongue, these bumps on the back, I didn't notice any in my throat or on the roof of my mouth. There are different ones. Like the ones in the middle just look like little ones and the ones in the back are big, I took some pictures, I hope they will help. I have a pic in the other bulletin below Picture: http://s98.photobucket.com/albums/l273/maleficentmoon/?
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