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    Forumzguy
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    Clear Bubble under my tongue.

    After eating dinner tonight, I noticed that i have a bump under my tongue. So i went upstairs and checked and it was a small clear bubble. I freaked out because I don't know what it is. I also popped it and clear liquid squished out. Anyone know what this is and will it ever go away?

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    canker sore. Gargle with warm salt water and call me in the morning

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    it's a cyst. i get them sometimes. no big deal, but i don't pop them. they don't take long to go away on their own.

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    Just have hard candy to help u forgot

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    It's a mucocele. (AKA blocked salivary gland). They're nasty and they feel gross and annoying, but they go away on their own.

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    thanks guys. Glad to hear that they go away. Phewww!

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    yeah to above. i usually pop them though cause it goes away faster with me, if i do. No biggie

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    It sounds like it is a blocked saliva gland. I had this a couple years ago and it did not go away on its own. Everytime I popped it it would come back a few days later. I went to an oral surgeon and he had to remove the gland. But it was a painless, simple procedure and I haven't had trouble since. So if it keeps coming back, please talk over your options with an oral surgeon or your dentist. Overall, it isn't a big deal though!

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    i've gotten them, mostly if i ever ate really sour candy.

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    yeah, they are harmless. i always pop whatever little bubbles i get in my mouth. sometimes flower or pumpkin seeds open little cuts and a bubble forms or just normal mouth bacteria. pop away. lol. If you want to take extra precautions. gargle with salt and water.

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