Hey, so i have a canker sore in my mouth on bottom lip. But its unlike any canker sore ive had i dont even.know if its a canker sore.. To me its more of a pimple on the inside of my lip.. I just dont know what it is.. Ill leave it alone for a couple days then it gets a tad bigger and sensitive so id bite it.. Im just confused and theres only 1
I've come to find out that my mom has a tumor where her wisdom teeth use to be. When she had her wisdom teeth pulled she developed this bump. It's not painful and looks like if one side of her gums are largely inflamed. She's actually had this lump for about 20 years now and she never thought anything of it. Over the years it has grown slightly bigger. She is finally seeing the oral surgeon and waiting on test results. Just wondering of anyone has heard of this or knows what it can be. Anyone waiting for test results knows that it can the longest and most stressful time :/ please help
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