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June 28th, 2011
Thank God, I thought I was the only one who had this problem! I self-diagnose myself quite often, so I'm glad that everyone's responses on here have been so helpful and informative!
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replied October 17th, 2013
Hey guys guys I'm guna keep this nice and short! I had these painful bubbles for years and I just had an std check and I'm clear off everything! So I took out my tongue bar and now I haven't had one since!! If your getting them brush your teeth and use mouthwash and if u have a tongue ring take it out!!
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replied September 17th, 2011
ohh man im glad i found this! i thought it was herpes lol they started showing up after a year wit no sex and i was freakin out thanks guys
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replied January 11th, 2012
No way is it an std!
Hey everyone! I would really stop worrying my little dots are no bigger than a pin head ... I doubt it's an std because I'm only 13 . They go away and that's what's important. I suggest don't mess with it or pop it . Hope this helps
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replied March 3rd, 2012
I've had this problem for about a year and a half now. A little clear liquid filled bubble pops up in the same exact spot on the underside of my tongue. Now I know what it is thanks to a link someone posted. If I'm ever lucky enough to have health insurance and see a doctor then I'll get it fixed, until then I'll keep popping it with a pair of clean nail clippers.
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replied April 5th, 2012
No worries!
I have had these same bumps my entire life. Mom always just told me to pop them, an they always felt better and would go away for several months. I have noticed that Spicy foods make mine appear more often (like the day after I eat chips and salsa) and my fiance gets them now too. His are much smaller and less frequent than mine however. I think that they have to be this mucocele thing that others have posted about, because when you pop them, it never has a taste unless you make them bleed. My fiance was freaked out at first, until I showed him a site on mucocele, and I started marking my bumps and his on the calendar and we could see that there is no relation between the two! Everyone just take deep breaths and forget that STD talk, ok? =)
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replied May 15th, 2012
I am a 14 year old female and I have been experiencing small bubbles underneath my tongue. It gets extremely annoying when I eat or when I accidently rub it against my teeth. I notice it, and then about a day later it disappears. I looked online for information on it and I began thinking I had cancer. I was freaking out terribly. I'm happy to have found out the real reason and cause for for it. I do think I should have surgery done on the area because it ALWAYS comes back. Whenever I show my mother, she never believes its anything too serious (which it is not), but now I have a website explaining exactly what it is, so i can show it to her. I'm glad I'm not the only one though.
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replied July 20th, 2012
GUTTED.
Ok, so my little sister got these afew months ago.
The doctor told her she was obese and made her go to a dietician...
Now I've got the bloody things and I am only 50kg so obviously the doctor's a liar.
Someone on here said they gave it to thier fiancee too so by the sounds of it even though they are'nt sore, they MUST be contagious and they never go away properly.
I think that's pretty serious.
Judging by this forum I'm pretty much doomed to pass on some painless disgusting wart things to everyone I kiss for the rest of my life.
Knowing there's other people with the same problem doesnt really help alot....
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replied January 31st, 2013
I happened to only get them after having my first kiss. But you can't get an STD from kissing, right? And the bubble appears to be harmless according to this thread. But still I only get them after I've kissed and that is a bit concerning..
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replied February 17th, 2013
Its caused from atress i get them when i get stressed out..
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replied October 16th, 2013
Potential cause and solution
My mother has been a nurse for a little over 20 years now and she says that sometimes it actually has to do with your diet directly. Sometimes our tongues do not react well with acidic items. I've noticed every time I have orange juice or pretty acidic tasting apple juice, I'll get that bump under my tongue. I've noticed that this is what happens everytime. For example I have one now but I did just recently start drinking apple juice again. The same can be said about eating acidic fruits like oranges.
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replied January 9th, 2014
Yest. I had a clear bubble inside my mouth/lip area. It wouldnt pop, today it turned yellow and it doesnt hurt or anything. What could that be? Please help
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replied April 16th, 2014
little bubble under tongue
I have the same thing I haven't had sex with no one but my husband and this little bubble appear under the tip of my tongue and it comes and goes... some days i wake up and I feel the little bubble I pop it and its gone and maybe 5 to 7 day later it appears again in the same spot, no bigger or smaller the same bubble.... next time i go to the doctor for check up ill let the doc know....
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replied May 29th, 2014
It's a Mucocele. I'm only 14, and not sexually active. I've kissed a few people but none of them have had it before or after we kissed and I've had them on and off for years. I've gotten them on the bottom of my tounge and the inside of my lower lip. I'm not quite sure the cause - though I'm sure it not sexually transmitted - but I'm almost certain that's what they are.
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replied November 9th, 2014
I have the exact same thing, and lately they've gotten atrocious. When I was younger I used to get them inside my lip, now they only come under my tongue. They're so annoying because you're always aware of them, so you're always bothering it. I wish it would just go away forever. By the way, does anyone have sickle cell? I thought maybe that would have been the cause of mine.
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