Why Do I Have Black Bumps on My Tongue?

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You may have black bumps on your tongue because of medication that contains bismuth or an overgrowth of bacteria. You should visit a doctor to determine the cause as well as for treatment.
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Smoking, trauma such as biting or burns, bacteria, canker sores and enlarged papillae can all cause bumps on the tongue. Most likely it isn't anything to worry about and is actually
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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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the side of our tongue is black because that is were our nerves are at and all those little purple bumps on your tongue is the taste buds.
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It's probably a blood clot. You might have bit your tongue in your sleep.
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