What is the bumps around your mouth?
i have bumps around my mouth they are very noticeable it looks like a fungus i am 15 years old and i am not sexual with boys i kissed a boy before but not in along time these bumps hurt i need help
i am 13 years old and i have them they dnt hurt i hate seening dem
Pimply outbreak around your son's nose- you thought it was raw from a runny nose - but now tiny raised red bumps appeared around his mouth Some have a white head What is this?
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…
Background she has extremely itchy ears it started about a year ago and at first I thought it was a food allergy so I switched her food to something she's had before many times then she started to get bumps around her mouth and started to loose hair around her mouth then her ears started to loose hair and in the ear cannel it looks like a lot of little itty bitty blister lookin bumps…
You have small bumps on the very back of your tongue on the right and left side far back towards your throat They arent painful but you can feel them when you swallow What could these bumps be?
Yes. The bumps you're referring to are called Montgomery glands or Montgomery's tubercles, and they can become more prominent during pregnancy. These bumps can resemble pimples and can spread out sporadically around the areola. The number of the bumps can range anywhere from around four up to 28 or so per areola.
It **could** be the oral form of herpes BUT many people get "small bumps", say for example, after eating spicy or acidic foods. Spagetti sauce or pizza sauce can be spicy enough to cause irritation. **As always, do NOT rely on Internet sources or friends. DO visit a doctor for a professional diagnosis.
Bumps on the "Roof" Of your mouth, huh? It could just be the skin crinkling, or it could be sores, do they hurt? if they do hurt you should go a doctor, if you can't afford a doctor ask your friends and family, if your a kid and your parents don't know, ask a anatomy teacher! explain you can't afford a doctor, or they might just tell you to go to one.