Bumps under tongue mouth

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i have had tiny painless flesh colored bumps under my tongue for as long as i can remember. i was wondering what they were or if they were even normal so ive been searching online and i havent found anything but oral cancer and hpv. does everyone have these bumps or is there something wrong with me?
WILL NOT GO AWAY, MY TONGUE IS EVEN MORE SORE TODAY AND MY THROAT ALSO. I LOOKED UNDER MY TONGUE AND ON. BOTH SIDES. NEAR THE FRONT ARE BUMPS THE SIZE OF LARGE PEAS. SWOLLEN AND VERY SORE, ARE THESE LYMPH NODES? SHOULD I SEE A DOCTOR?
After not liking it anymore I took it out. About a week later i had little clear bumps at the four corners of my inner lip inside my mouth that I can feel with my tounge. These bumps don hurt at all though. In addition, I can feel little bumpd under the skin of my lips inside the mouth as well.. please help..
within the last year and a half i have not been sexually active , i have been getting painless tongue ulcers very often , i have lots of bumps under the skin inside my mouth on my upper and lower lip .
A day or two later I noticed little bumps underneath my tongue develop. I brush my teeth twice a day and mouth wash three times. The bumps are not that irritable, but they do sometimes give off a little burning sensation. There are around...5-6 little bumps that seem to disappear in one place and develop in another. I'm just wondering if this an STD at all, or if this is a result of maybe some spicy food // the large consumption of alcohol I had on the weekend.
Hi i have a problem, have around 5-6 red bumps under my tongue,they do not hurt and i have been worried sick over this. I had oral sex with a sex worker in August and i did a HIV last week,123 days after that and it was negative.Could it be HIV/STD? That was my only sexual encounter. What could they be?
What do oral warts typically look like and where do they occur? Like I said before, there are some bumps on the V lines under my tongue and about 3 flesh colored bumps in-between the two lines. They do not hurt at all. As a PA, have you ever heard of such condition?
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.
I woke up yesterday with soreness under my tongue. The floor of my mouth and underside of my tongue is red and a bit swollen. There are a few very small (<1mm diameter) red and white bumps on the floor of my mouth that kind of just "blend in" with the inflammation. The frenum is almost white and quite sore. The two little flaps of tissue that run up the bottom of the tongue alongside the two veins seem to have grown a bit in width (they are rather flappy now) and are red.
My mother is having a similar issue. I too think your "bumps" might be "Tori." I found a great website that was extremely informative. It is www.doctorspiller.com look under "sores, lumps & bumps." You might not have found info under Tori because the med name is: Torus Mandibularis. Hope this helps...until I found this website, I was a bit freaked out when my mother asked me to look into her mouth!
I have red bumps under my tounge and two that are behind my lower bottom teeth on the gums, when i went to the dentist 4 months ago they took a picture of one of them behind my lower teeth, now im starting to get them under my tounge, he didn't say what it was though. I heard you can get warts in your mouth, but they dont look anything like the pictures online, what could they be?
I have 5 small bumps under my tongue along my salivary duct it seems. 3 on Left side and 2 on right side of the connection between my gums and tongue. I am wondering what this could be. They are painless, slow growing- if any growth at all and hard, pea-sized bumps.
Might it be teeth in need of work? If it's from the bumps under the tongue, further back, a possible slight infection in your saliva glands or small obstruction. If you have a habbit of constant checking with your tongue, that in itself might keep it irritated.
Hello, On January 2nd of this year I received oral sex from someone who I was told was “clean”. The oral sex consisted all of 5 minutes with my penis outside of the persons mouth most of the time being jerked and licked. The next day I noticed small red bumps around my penis close to the head going about 75% around the shaft as well as bumps around the base of the head of my penis and a reddish change in color on the head that comes and goes. The bumps are whitish/reddish/skin colored.
One month later I have a bigger growth in the line under my tongue and inbetween the V-Portion of my tongue and then some growths on the actual V-Lines under my tongue. They are all flesh like. What do you guys think, what could this possibly be??? I am concerned they could be warts but at the same time I think the doctors know more than I do. Also, the bumps are painless.
Top of my mouth has Yellow stain covering half of my mouth ceiling. Mouth keeps very dry..even feels like i have put some LA sometimes. Sometimes mouth also gives powdery feel. I showed it to doctor and doctor said it is not thrush. He said it might be because of GERD + Nasal Dip. But because it has been happening EVERYDAY without fail, I was wondering if it was GERD.
After i had oral sex with a woman, i noticed bumps under my tongue within a few hours after having oral sex. I also noticed yellowish bumps in the back of my throat maybe a day after not even. I've had them for about 3-4 months now and i have no discomfort from them.
Someone posted here about this last year, but there was no follow-up. Wondering what happened, because now I, too, have these weird, annoying bumps. The only three things that have changed/happened: dental work three weeks ago (filling replacement), started taking mushroom and respiratory supplements, tried to make my own Kefir water, drank a small glass and didn't like it. But Kefir grains do have yeast/bacteria and wondering if I have inadvertently cultured my mouth.
The bumps seem to have gone away within a week but today they showed up again but the numbers seemed to had multiplied and its scaring me a whole lot. When i searched around my mouth again and looked under my tongue i noticed there were some bumps under there as well. Its painless its small and white. I did popped one before and it was like a pimple but im not to sure i want to be popping anymore of them.
i also have red bumps all over my tongue the roof of my mouth also itches from time to time and i think there me bumps up there too, what is this is this normal i looked up about the red bumps on my tongue and they appear to be pappilomas or something they look just like them, so i figure that normal but whats with the roof of my mouth.
When I went to brush, I noticed some blister bumps way in the back (of my tongue close to my tonsils; an area I normally dont pay attention to (about 3 of them). Not sure if they were there before or not, but I have been paying attention to everything for the past couple of days. These blisters are not clustered. They stand alone and there is not thrush present anywhere in my mouth (at least so I think as I have not seen any cottage cheese looking things). Any suggestions?
Stuff like red irritated taste bud or the roof of my mouth hurts or I have a bump or cut under my tounge. Everything I eat hurts my mouth too if I eat pasta sauce or anything hot the next day my mouth hurts and is sore. Once in a while the sides of my tongue hurt and are sore. When I brush my teeth sometimes my gums bleed but just a little. Today I woke up and was in pain I looked in the mirror and it looks like my gum on my top front tooth is red and swollen and pushed through the tooth!
I also had the two lines under my tonue inflammed. 1. Whats along my tongue? 2. Can I contract HSV-1 in my mouth like that? 3. Under my tongue? I really haven't been eating or drinking lately. I have been scared and nervous of spreading HSV-1. I don't get them that often so when I do I do, I freak out. Any info would be appreciated.
Usually they can be seen on the tongue, inside the cheeks, under the tongue, and in the back of the throat. I suggest you to get an examination done from your doctor and get a KOH examination of the scrapings done of these white coatings. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.