theres nothing to confirm this but..
i found i had a red bit on my gum underneath one of my teeth on my lower jaw..
ALOT pinker (red-ish) than usual and it worried me...
i have heard before that might be a sign of oral cancer and ive been searching all over the web.. because i am sooo scared...
it is soft and feels a little bit funny (little bit tender every now and then (aspecially when i start thinking about it)
i have braces (fixed train tracks) and on that tooth my gum is sort of growing up it and looks slightly odd.
its just scaring me.. it might just be something rubbing against it but i am not sure?
also i think i have a orthodontist appointment coming up sooon..
i shouldn't ignore it but i'm worried to find out.. but i know i must because, if it is, so it can be cured.
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