What causes bumps underneath the tongue?

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Canker sores may cause bumps underneath a person's tongue. Canker sores are not the same thing as cold sores or associated with the herpes virus. The appearance of a canker sore is usually a yellow or white middle, encased in a red frame. Most canker sores are minor, and the characteristics are typically tiny and egg-shaped. Minor canker sores clear up within two weeks. Major canker sores can last up to six weeks and have very bad scarring. The circumference of a major canker sore is bigger then a minor canker sore. In most cases a person does not require a doctor visit when they have a canker sore.
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It could possibly be inflamed papillae. Frenuluma is the small fold of integument
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Most of the red bumps you see on your tongue are papillae. They appear as small, red nodules that cover the entire surface of the tongue. Many of them contain taste buds. Taste buds
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that means you have aids.
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If it's tiny its fine, if it grows inflammed or you get more, go get it checked by a doctor.
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