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I just tonight found several bumps that are aligned up on the back of my tongue. I have had a scratchy throat, and have been suffering from allergies lately, but have never noticed having these on my tongue in the past. Also, I couldn't find anything like it online. I'm wondering what it would or could be from, and if I should get it looked at?
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/?
I have notice that i have abnormal red bumps on the right side bottom of my tongue and or the exact bottom and the left side. I do smoke I'm just scraed and i want to know should i be worried.
I figured it was from stress or from smoking. I haven't had it for quite some time now, but now there's one on the inside of my lower lip on the left side. I popped it with a needle and clear liquid came out, but it came back the next day. I don't have a dentist, so I can't very well ask him. Here's how I would describe these mysterious bumps: -about the size of the head of a pin, but round..
Any word on the wart on the tip of your tongue? I have one too, similar to your story, so im just curious to what the hell it is from.
My throat and epiglottis aren't swollen or red, but I have noticed that some of the larger taste buds on the back of my tongue are quite swollen. The patch on my tongue is white and 'puffy', soft to the touch, there's no knots or bumps in it. It does not sting or burn if I drink hot liquids, nor does it hurt if I eat spicy foods. As I said before, it doesn't scrape off, and it doesn't bleed if I scrape at it. I have not recently been on any antibiotics, nor have I used an asthma inhaler.
I remember, while visiting my family and friends, I began to feel an immense pain emanating from the sides of my tongue, but there was no physical sign of any ailment. Then, I found a white cluster of tiny bumps on the tip of my tongue a few weeks later. It was slightly painful, but the sight of it was more alarming than how it felt. Not too long after that, I developed a few, scattered white bumps on both sides of my tongue.
next my lips started crusting over and flaking off every morning and the odd time waking up with a sticky film on my lips. most recently i've noticed white bumps on the side of my mouth near the back (one or two) that kind of come and go.. also my tongue has a thick yellow coating when i wake up and is thicker at the back and my taste buds seem swollen. i feel like im producing an above normal amount of saliva as well..
The only real life style change I've done recently was change tooth brushes, I got one of those with a tongue scraper on the back. Well, I though cleaning my tongue in the morning and then smoking 10 cigarettes through out the day might have been the cause somehow. But I also generally eat on the go and so I eat a lot of processed food, and I didn't know if anyone had a stable, healthy diet and still had this condition.
I suddenly have developed tiny bumps on my upper lip. A few months ago this happened in just one little patch but it went away, and I can't remember if I did anything. But just a few days ago they appeared again on both sides of my upper lip. Then, the next day they had spread and now go all the way along the ridge of my upper lip. They aren't particularly noticeable except they change the shape of my lip, making it look smaller than it was in the places where they are on the very edge.
Eating sour things can irritate your taste buds and therefore cause the bumps on your tongue. A normal healthy tongue should be pink in color and is covered with small papillae (taste buds). IF you are concerned, you should see your dentist. He or she can look at the white patches and let you know if you have reason to be concerned. I don't know if you are a smoker or not, but smoking can cause oral/tongue problems as well.
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. Picture: http://s98.photobucket.com/albums/l273/maleficentmoon/?action=view&current=bumpsontongue.jpg&refPage=&imgAnch=imgAnch1 <img src= "http://i98.photobucket.
But after some time my tongue bumps gone it was normal. After some time I got same red bumps and white taste buds. I am scary is it any STD? Please advise.
Yesterday 12/21 I developed a sore throat and today 12/22 my lips look swollen, and on the top and bottom part of my lips it looks like little cluster of white bumps (along the whole lip), and my lips tingle. On Sun 12/20 I burn the top of my mouth with hot food (and i have a blister on roof of mouth) and same day I started using a new chapstick I have never used before. Plus I have been extremely stressed lately. Now my question is does this sound like a type of STD?
I have had a few white bumps on the front side of my tongue for several days. The two bumps were annoying and hurt. I remembered reading how honey had a lot of nutrients in it. So about 10 AM in the morning I started applying honey to my tongue and letting it stay on as long as possible without swallowing. I was initially suprised at how soothing the honey was to the bumps. I was also taking small sipps of coffee to wash the honey down.
Man am I glad to see other people with tongue problems. I have had pain on the side of my tongue for nearly 1.5 years - both on the left side and the right side. I have talked to two general MD's, one ENT, and two dentists about it and nobody can seem to give me a clue as to what's wrong. The left side of my tongue always seems sensitive. It seems to be foliate pappitis to me but what do I know. I do know that I have cut wayyyy back on sugar (about 90%) and things have improved.
Persisting white spots on the tongue could be due to an infection, tongue injury or sometimes due to oral cancer. It could also be due to Geographical Tongue, if present since birth and is harmless. Smoking, alcoholism and prolonged use of certain medicines like antibiotics, immunosuppressive medicines, steroid inhalers etc may also lead to white spots on tongue due to papillae inflammation.
An allergic reaction could quickly affect your ability to breathe, so call 911 or go to an emergency room immediately if you have hives accompanied by hoarseness or wheezing, swelling in your tongue or face, tightness in your throat, fainting, or if you develop hives on your tongue. If you have a life-threatening allergy to a food, medication, or insect sting, wear a medical identification bracelet that describes your allergy.
However last 2 months I got these little white bony gum bumps on gum on my lower jaw. They havent gone away. Anyone have this?? Im 6 weeks post tx. They dont hurt but they are raised and feel uncomfortable and sometimes depending what I eat it feels odd?? If anybody had this please let me know. I also got a brown freckle on pallet of my mouth from tx went to oral surgeon he said it wasnt anyhting to be concerned about just watch it to see if it gets bigger--Also from tx I guess??
I have no physical bumps or lesions on or around my genitals, and no discharge and nether does my girlfriend. But I still feel irritation, sometimes though very mild when urinating. And my throats is sore as we speak. Also after having unprotected sex with my ex (same time as mentioned above) a week or two later.... i caught a really bad sinus cold, which resulted in one of my eyes swelling up. Could this be symptoms of herpes/oral herpes...or some form of bacteria.
Feels like something is in my throat every time I swallow, terrible jaw pain, unusual pain, sensation in tongue ear ache...all on the left side! Unbelievable! Have another physical Dr. Appointment on September 12..... Will update then....how is your feeling now?
You be blessed with your after shot sleep tonight knowing what a wonderful person you are. I thank God for your humble postings that mean so much. Anybody got a way to deal with the night time dry mouth?I mean the GLUEmouth? I am not sure how much I can take of this gakkking. Drinking doesn't seem to help either really. I've not even had hangovers that make my mouth THIS DRIED UP and I drink water all of the time.
I became sick with the Flu again on March 30th 2010 i only had a fever for about two days but ive been very tired and these bumps im presuming there taste buds have been swollen on the back of my tongue for this month. I've been fatigued but im pretty sure this is due to hours on the internet trying to figure out what i have..Im hoping someone can put my mind at ease or further prepare me for my doctor visit thank you.
I have the same problem. I have White tongue and bumps in the back of my tongue. I went to the Dr. he gave me the mouth wash and went back and gave me pills, with no result. I went to the oral surgeon and he told me that its nothing to worry about. I showed him the roof of my mouth, which is cloudy looking and he told me to stop smoking and drinking. He also told me that my white tongue can be from anxiety too, which is weird because its been almost a year.
-White tongue -Bumps in the tongue (front part) I have been diagnosed with oral thrush :( Have you had an oral swab to confirm if you have oral thrush or not?
It is like white and yellow (I know sounds so disgusting), but I have tried everything from scrapping it with my tongue brush with zinc paste, too trying to rub it with a wash cloth so hard it has bled before!!! What is going on ? I don't have red bumps or white thrush on my lips or cheeks or any of the other symptoms I've read about. The only thing I do see that is remotely similar is the fact that I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia about two years ago and began taking meds.
The other conditions can be treated by targeting the individual symptoms and disorders. Similarly, smoking can complicate and further worsen the painful white bump on tongue and under it, making it more painful and sometimes causing it to fill with pus and liquid. Other than that, make sure that you do not chew on the sides of the mouth and cheeks and cause these to appear more often.
It looks whitish and has some white bumps, it looks whitish mostly in its middle(not on the tip if you understand what I mean). I called to the centre that tested me and the same counsellor who tested me said that it takes years for hiv positive patients to get oral thrush and this can not happen so early , would you agree?
-When i wake up in the morning I feel somewhat OK, with little pain irritation.
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