Lump on the floor of my mouth.

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    Anwar

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    Hello, I hope you are doing well. I am 23 boy. 5 months ago I was eating and noticed two lumps on my sublingual gland. They are invisible. I can only touch them with my tongue. The lumps located in the right and left. These days. The one on the right got a little bit bigger and it seems like two combined. The lumps are painless now.
    Additional informations
    I was taking antihistamine 3 months before I noticed the lumps.
    I have wisdom teeth.
    Thanks in advance.
     
    Anwar, Apr 23, 2019
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    honestdoc Verified Dentist

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    Hard to examine and diagnose here. If the selling doesn't subside in another week to 10 days, have a dentist examine it for any problems.
     
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    See your dentist as soon as possible to make sure what is it? If general dentist can not recognize it, he will refer you to Maxillo-Facial surgeon or Oral Medicine specialist preferably in your state's Dental school. Below your tongue there are sub-lingual glands, most probably something wrong with pumping saliva from glands into your mouth. Stone in the glands can cause this swelling. It could be other reasons. Don't be scared it is solvable problem just have to confirmed what is it and why is it? There is specific treatment for this. Good luck.
     
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