Tongue and roof of mouth hurt

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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???????
Oh and also, my throat doesn't hurt either. its a little red and inflamed slightly. my glands aren't swollen. my throat just itches and makes cough a lot.
The roof of my mouth is red and super sore when I swallow. It feels like I have a sore throat but on the roof of my mouth. It's towards my throat but not my throat. It hurts when I swallow or put pressure on it with my tongue. I haven't ate or drank anything hot and it didn't get cut or anything. It has little indents when it's sore. I brush my teeth at least twice a day too. Any ideas?
A torus is a normal out growth of bone and usually occurs on the palate and on the inside of the lower jaw.That being said a visit to your dentist or an oral surgeon to get a definitive diagnosis is necessary.
Hello I have a ulcer like hole forming on the roof of my mouth, but unlike an ulcer it does not hurt if i run my tongue along it also a lot of blood comes from said 'ulcer' if i create a vacuum in my mouth (by sucking on my tongue if you get the idea) it's not white just red in apperance. Could this possible be mouth cancer it's about 4mm long and 2mm wide.
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?
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.
I have a very small red bump on the roof of my mouth. I noticed it when I ran my tongue across it. It is about the size of the point of a ballpoint pen. It is like a little blister. I had scraped my fingernail across it and popped it. It was just clear liquid that was in it. It does not hurt at all but I am extremely worried about it and afraid to go to the doctor because I am afraid that it is cancer. I do smoke about 5 cigarettes a day. I have smoked on and off for about 8 years.
About a month ago I noticed a small round lump on the roof of my mouth towards the back, now since I have dentures I normally run my tongue around the upper palate after I take them out...so I know this is kind of new. I had my upper shortened in the back so I know its not the palate of the denture because it doesn't cover it anylonger, but the edge of the denture does push on this spot. It doesnt hurt at all, now this is scaring me!!!!
The pain then converted to a burning sensation on the tip of my tongue and the front of the roof of my mouth, along with a strange taste. The only remaining canker sore was on the roof of my mouth. It hurt when I flossed my two front teeth so I decided to go to the doctor on Dec. 26. He gave it a quick review, only noticed the one canker sore on the mouth roof and said the burning, bad taste and canker sore should go away over the past week.
Normally I go to my dentist every six months for a regular check up. I'm about midway now, and noticed a little bump inside the roof of my mouth. It's stuck to the bone in the middle of the roof of my mouth. I can't see what color it is, but it's covered with skin. It's quite minor, but when my tongue touches it, then it hurts in a minor way. I first noticed the sensitivity a few days ago. How long should I wait to see the dentist? Thank you. From wasp27., white female, 53, NJ.
I looked into my mouth for other reasons (will post below, why)and in the roof of my mouth (soft pallet), saw very tiny, round, clear blister (like). I can take my finger and *easily* brush them off. I'm left with a clear, very sticky substance on my finger. These were not there yesterday. Why I looked into my mouth (C&P from respiratory forum): 34 year old woman, tonsils recently tooken out. Radiologist called hypertrophied adenoids, ENT upon tonsil removal said he didn't see it.
I can remove about 80% of it on my lower lip and under my tongue. I can only remove about 10% of it on the roof of my mouth as it is too far back. I don't know if there is any connection but this started about 2 weeks after having some dental work done. I still have a cracked tooth but my dentist said that it is very small and if it doesn't bother me too much, to leave it for now. I've uploaded a couple of pics. Any ideas as to what this could be? Is it a type of yeast? Thanks.
started as my tongue feeling all tingly then seemed to be side of tongue then was top left upper gum way back and now is roof of mouth mostly behind front teeth. I had a root canal on a top left tooth back in December ..and had to have gum surgery (crown lengthening) 2 visits and had mouth cankers after awful sore! then crown was placed jan 1st and I have just recently like 3 weeks ago been able to eat on the tooth. It was sooo sensitive I couldn't brush it at first, and gum hurt a lot...
My biggest concern is that when I push against the bump either with my tongue or with my finger, the crown begins to hurt. It does not hurt to brush the crown and doesn't hurt normally. It only hurts when I push on the bump. When I push on the bump, no pus or blood comes out. I am not a smoker so I am not really concerned with it being cancer. I am thinking more on the lines of something with the root, but wouldn't the pain be worse?
I just have a bad habit of nuking my food and sucking it down before it cools down haha and inevitably the front part of my tongue (or the roof of my mouth) pays the price. I am trying to keep this in check though. I am also experiencing a great deal of stress and anxiety right now (reallllly busy at work and also just put an offer down on a home so that is going on) and I hear that stress and anxiety can cause stuff like this.
This can occur on lips, under the tongue, or less commonly on the roof of the mouth. It is a common and harmless phenomenon, although it can be annoying for the patient." Source:http://www.netwellness.org/healthtopics/mouthdiseases/mucocele.cfm Mucoceles are benign and they usually do not give discomfort unless they increase in size and present with pain or tenderness. There is no need for further intervention in cases of mucoceles.
These spots are not raised and they are not bumps, just part of the roof of my mouth and are about the size dime. What I find very strange about all this is I went to the Dentist and he said it all looked normal. I even asked if this might be a light case of Thrush and he insisted it wasn't so I agreed and went on my away, possibly accounting these symptoms to stress. I recently graduated and at the moment I am having a hard time finding a job.
i also have dry mouth at night and my tongue is stuck to the roof of my mouth..i wonder if its because its bigger and i push it up there,,i can see teeth marks around the side(another symtom of als)..anyway my tongue doesnt really burn in the morning just as the day goes on...my muscles ache..i have tennis elbow now..the bottom of my feet feel like theres rapid fire impulses on them once in awhile...im wondering if my nerves are shot...
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 have no insurance and won't for a month. Can anyone tell me what they think this is??
I have been having pain in two of the 'ridges' in the roof of my mouth for quite some time now. One of them is the one is in the center that runs between the front two teeth and the other is next to it. They are slightly swollen and sore (I tend to rub my tongue on them a lot lately). I have also noticted a small pump next to one of the ridges and a small bump in my gums between one of my front teeth and side tooth that is greyish/deep read.
Use the Biotene wash up to the max (5xs day) use the Biotene spray in between uses and their mhgel to coat our mouth, teeth, tongue at night and eat at least a tablespoon of plain - the kind with no sugar or flavors added and extra live bacteria - yogert every couple of hours - after whatever else you are eating and rinsing.
It is an awful thing to 'have to put up with' I also have ulcers on the back of my tongue and roof of my mouth, this cannot be normal.
Feels like little bumps on end of tongue and very very sore. Hard to eat and yes burshing teeth kills me. SORE AS HECK!!! I do go to doc today wait and see what they give me. Did shot 17 friday night!
The bumps are only on the back of my tongue near the tonsils and there is mild pain/soreness on the roof of my mouth. It does not hurt that bad but I'm worried it might get worse with time. Should I be very worried and what precautions should I take? Thank you.
have had mouth sores off and on now for about a year in the roof of my mouth no blistering or sores just pain in the roof of the mouth please help
Today, I noticed one black spot on my tongue. It is not big and it does not hurt. However, last night, I rinsed my mouth with peroxide (the first time in a long time)...and the roof of my mouth started burning? It was shocking but i brushed it off. Now today, I have the spot. Are the two related? I had very hot chocolate this morning which may or may not burned my tongue. Is it anything to worry about? Thanks. and God Bless.
They are painful, temporary sores that may occur anywhere in the mouth, although less likely on the gums, lips, or roof of the mouth. They can occur one at a time or as a group of sores. Although these sores are not serious, other mouth sores may be." Source:http://www.elib.gov.ph/edatabase/elibgetdb.php/http/healthlibrary.epnet.com/GetContent.aspx?
My husband has discovered yellow lines on his tongue and the roof of his mouth yellow. Does anyone know what this is? He did just complete a round of antibiotics for a respitory infection.
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