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they ARE your taste buds everyones tastebuds are different size

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The effect of swollen taste buds is the case but is covered over by the tongue and doesn't function at all. So person won't taste anything with those taste buds.

I have a lot of large swollen taste buds on the very back of my tongue and am wondering the same.

swollen taste bud most likely will go away soon

Swollen taste buds are things in your tongue. And they are caused by hot or spicy foods that people can't tolerate. Even salty food can do this! Taste buds are very tiny and wen their irritated they get swollen. There's nothing to worry about. It's common. Things you can do is gargle with salt water also with honey. If it just worse I would let a doctor know.

It is a small white bump on your tongue. it might start out as a red bump.

the bottom of your tongue if i remember my science class correctly.. the tip. yeah it the bottom

taste bugs remember. you should of learned that in preschool.

There are many known causes for swollen taste buds. A few swollen taste buds causes are listed belowOne of the basic causes for swollen taste buds is eating very hot food, that may irritate or burn the taste bud causing swelling.Having very spicy or salty food is also known to cause swelling of the taste buds.Exposure to toxins like alcohol, tobacco smoke, insecticides, etc.Allergies to certain food stuffs or eating acidic foods like lemons, grapefruit, some sauces.Another cause for swollen taste buds is a gastric condition called acid reflux disease.Tongue ulcers or mouth ulcers due to thrush or any yeast infection can cause inflamed taste buds.Certain mineral or vitamin deficiency like B complex vitamin deficiency can also cause swollen taste buds.Other causes for swollen taste buds are trauma caused to the tongue or taste buds by biting, infection of the stomach or allergy that may cause inflammation to the entire esophagus.Source:

I have never heard of this, but hot food,drinks can make them inflamed,swollen.

The reason you can't taste anything is because your tongue is most likely infected. You should seek professional medical treatment for this. Tongue piercings can be very serious and if they get infected they can rot and decay until nothings left. The symptoms are as follows: Food has little or no taste, tongue is swollen/abnormally large, tongue goes numb at random or is numb for extended periods of time, and hemorrhaging of the taste buds.

The tongue has taste buds to recognise a taste. On the tip of the tongue you taste sweetness. After that on the sides we can taste sourness and saltyness.And at the back you can taste bitterness. Hope this helps.

No, There are no taste buds on the bottom of your tongue !

There are these things called taste buds on your tongue.

Your tongue has taste buds. When you eat something, different sections of your tongue taste it depending on what it is.

On the backside of your tongue you have no test buds to taste sweet taste.

The human tongue has about 10,000 taste buds.

on the back of the tongue it is the taste bitter.

Facial Nerve - anterior 2/3 of the tongueGlossopharyngeal Never- posterior 1/3 of the tongue

Bitter taste buds are found at the back of the tongue. Sweet/salty taste buds are in the front of the tongue, sour taste buds are on both sides whereas the middle of the tongue has very few taste buds at all.

The bumps on your tongue are called taste buds. Taste buds are what taste your food.

Four taste sensations: bitter (back of the tongue) sweet (tip of the tongue) salty (tip of the tongue) sour (sides of the tongue)

The tongue however does taste things that are: bitter, salty, sour and sweet.

The human tongue has about 10,000 taste buds

Their is an average of 10,000 taste buds on your tongue.

The tongue senses taste.

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