i don't know I've just been looking to see what they are I've had them for a long time and are not painful, i tihnk if they were anything wrong my denist would of said something. I'll ask next time i go. if oyu really worried book to see your docter.
You might want to ask your current doctor. they are called ulcers they may be cause by something you ate that you may be allergic to. this is not a serious condition. to make the person fell better by doing salt water gargurls and leaving it alone
You said something impudent or in literal terms you are ill.
Some STD's can cause oral lesions (sores). The most common of these are herpes (either oral or in rare cases genital) and syphilis. If you have any concerns you should see your doctor or health department and let them find out what it is.
consistant biting on your tongue can give you these red bumps called tongue sours they will be gone in about 2-6 days
They are your taste buds. The majority of taste buds on the tongue sit on raised protrusions of the tongue surface called papillae.
Foods that you are allergic to can cause bumps to appear on your tongue.
The odd shaped bumps on the side of your tongue don't sound like any medical problem. These bumps are your taste buds.
Could be just Olsders, anything in mouth first try a bit of bonjela, get it from most chemists a clear gel for in mouth problems..
Some people have experienced painful bumps on their tongues after taking Adderall, but it is not a common side effect. If you take Adderall, or are going to be in the future, I would recommend taking it as prescribed by your doctor and seeing how it works for you. If you do happen to get tongue sores, then you're probably better off asking your doctor for an alternative medication. Adderall causing bumps on the tongue is a rare occurence, but it has happened.
small red bump on the tongue is the intimation or symptoms of tongue ulcer.
Often confused and assumed to be the early signs of STIs it is more often than not a case of "Fordyce Spots", the condition is basically small sebaceous oil glands which get blocked and cause spots. Not helping with the confusion is that in men these spots can also be found on the gland of the penis. As this is a benign condition there's no set 'cure', a common recommendation are the same as treating regular spots: Try to open the pores in your lips with a hot towel when washing your face. If you're really bothered by the spots, or if you're unsure if this is the correct diagnosis, it is still best to seek help and advice from a GP or dermatologist [the latter will usually be more accurate, due to the confined field of research].
Probably a worn out suspension bushing.
The tonsils are right before your tonge. If you open your mouth you can see them, they are 2 big bumps on the left and the right side.
Sounds like a Ford, Lincoln, Mercury product if so advise more info and we can go through it.
I actually had the same issue, but mine was do to a medication I was taking I take allegra for my allergies and had been on it for about a month and a half at the point of time when I noticed the bumps and my mouth was very dry. If your on any regular medications you might want to try talking to your doctor about the side affects of them and if that could be a possible one. But for your dry mouth my dentist recommended using a toothpaste and mouthwash called biotene it works wonders and also cleared up both the dry mouth and bumps in my mouth
Possably the struts!!!!