There is this weird thing in the bottom left quarter of my mouth and it is like a vein popping out I can push it back in but when the vein is out I can taste this weird thing it kinda tastes like blood. And when I push it back in it stops and it just pops back out. It used to like once be every week but now it's like once every two days, does anyone have any idea of what this is?
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replied June 5th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.This could be an aphthous ulcer or inflammed oral mucosa. It needs to be examined and managed accordingly. Dont manipulate it specially with your teeth and see if it helps. Consult your local otolaryngologist for further management.



Take care


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