What Is the Lump underneath the Tongue?

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There normally or naturally is no lump under the tongue. There are a serious of glands that can perhaps be close together, but an actual lump under the tongue can mean simply a blockage of a gland or it can mean cancer. If a lump forms at any time, you should see a doctor.
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There is not a natural lump there just some connections. Lumps can be a sign
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possible answer? My dentist's assistant was doing an oral exam on me. She noticed white bumps/color on my back side of my tongue. The dentist asked me if I drink --that was wierd
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Maybe you have a sist under your tongue. My friends saliva gland got clogged and he got a sist and he got surgery for it. they slice the bumps and drain the saliva. maybe this has
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The tongue is covered in taste buds and bumpy areas known as papillae. Saliva keeps it permanently moist and helps the tongue clean your teeth naturally. The tongue enables you to
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