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Is it normal to have tiny bumps on your inner lip of your mouth?
Is it normal to have tiny bumps on your inner lip of your mouth?

The side where it is the mouth skin right in front of your lower teeth. Inner lip. They are very small bumps can only see when I really pull back skin. This normal? Glands or something?
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1403958 tn?1300027091
what has drawn attention to the area? is it painful, tingling feeling, burn?  

& No, that area should be smooth w/out bumps.  
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No pain I just thought I had HIV and heard it is a symptom. Tested five months negative though. I heard it could be normal  glands.
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1617861 tn?1313495154
It can be a type of 'Candidas.'  Or even cold sores.  I had little blister type sores in my mouth at one time as well when I was having my teeth worked on.  I had to have some teeth pulled.  I developed these tiny blisters in my mouth. I'd see a dentist if I were you if they don't go away on their own.  They have to give you a medication that will take away the Candidas.  If that is what it is, I don't know.  :)
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