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Tingling and swollen lump in the mouth. What is causing it?

I was eating all of a sudden felt my inside of mouth against my lower teeth . Feels like when you bite inside mouth and it gets warm and swollen and tingling but no sores nothing inside or out but it feels like when you can feel swollen gland and there is bump but just under lip inside face. I have been sick for week not sure if related
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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It looks like that your lower tooth is infected. It can be because of decay. As you do not have any hot and cold sensation, it means the tooth has become non vital and pus formation is there. The pea size lump is the abscess which is formed on the tooth. For this you have to visit dentist, who will do clinical examination and take x-ray and find out the extent of decay. This tooth will require Root Canal Treatment. The abscess can only be drained out by Root Canal Treatment.
Answered: Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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