The side of the tongue may develop a bump into the space between missing teeth. Although small bumps on both sides of the tongue are usually harmless.
Worried About Those Bumps on Your Tongue? Here's What You Need To Know
Eruptive lingual papillitis: Most common in children, this form of tongue bumps is contagious and can be accompanied by fever and swollen glands.
Tongue cancer symptoms include a patch, spot or lump on your tongue that doesn't go away.
Herpangina is a sudden viral illness in children. It causes small blister-like bumps or sores (ulcers) in the mouth. They are often in the back of the throat or. Bumps under the tongue refers to small red or white sores that develop underneath the tongue. They can cause extreme pain, sensitivity, itching. While uncommon, bumps on the back of the tongue can be a sign of oral or tongue cancer. These wart-like bumps — or squamous cell papillomas — can look white or.