Swollen taste buds

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Hello I have a lump on the right side of my neck . Doesn t hurt when I touch it but if I move my head to side and swallow I can feel like a small marble is inside. Also, I ve had swollen tastebuds . I went to the doctor and simply said that it was just an infection due to the flu which I had in December. She gave me antibiotics but that hasn t really changed anything. I m really scared. She felt my neck but did t feel anything and I did t notice the lump until now. I have an appointment with an ENT but I would really appreciate it if you could tell me what might be going on. Also my uvula tilts to one side. I m terrified
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I read your query and relevant history of your disease as having a lump on the side of neck and at the same time you have also noticed swollen taste buds on tongue and shifting of uvula to one side.
All above indicate that you are having some pathology in...
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I am 45.round 180 lbs.been going through alot of different things...had the novasure done over a year ago..which stopped my monthly..had some Issues with my Gallbladder function @ 17% and had it removed 2 months ago..anyways! I have been getting Hot Flashes and upset stomach every morning @ the same time, I also have a realy bad cracked tonge and towards the back of my tonge the taste buds are swollen, and appitite is very low..I can t seem to get any answers from My Doctor..I have asked if I am going through pre Menopause ..and bout my tonge..1st thought it was vit. B defent. but my blood work is okay..and thought it was yeast was treated and it didn t clear up..
Hi. Hot flashes with stomach upsets at you age can be due to pre-menopause. The taste buds at the back of he tongue are in fact the lingual tonsils and may be enlarged due to cracked tongue with attendant infection. A good oral hygiene and a course of antibiotic and local/ topical antifungal will...
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Hi I was just wondering if this is normal. Four days ago I felt like I had a hair in the back of my throat . I looked and its my taste buds the ones that are in an arrow formation that are swollen and my tounges a little yellow. I have a cough but barely. Plus Im coughing up mucus . Wasnt sure if i should just wait it out or go to the doctors.
HI I have gone through your mail I am suspecting as you are having swollen and infected taste buds of posterior part of your tongue medically these are swollen CIRCUMVALLATE papillae. since your tongue is covered with yellow discharge,this indicates some infective pathology is going on.My opinion...
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I have flesh colored bumps in the back of my throat accompanied by a yellow spot next to a white plaque, swollen back and front taste buds, occassional numbness in tongue , occasional swollen tongue, no difficulty breathing or eating but slight irritation an choking sensation, no fever, minor headaches, and bad sinus problems. Doctor said it was just a stomach bug but it s lasted for two months without improvement. Help?
stomach problems may last till they are not cured., Secondly if you have a bad nose then this could be one of the reason for the throat irritation .
You need to take care of two things
1. nasal allergies / disease like blockage,discharge etc if you have,,,, as the nasal discharge fall back...
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For the last 4 days I ve expierienced a sore and very sensitive tongue. It seems to be getting worse and does not seem to go away. The taste buds are a bit swollen on tip of it but otherwise there are no other changes that I could see. Just a few days before it started I had a thrush , not sure if these two could be connected. It's getting really uncomfortable and painful to eat and talk. Please help

Thrush can lead into swollen taste buds.

Depapillation of tongue often results in swelling of taste buds.

I would advice you to floss your tongue daily with tongue scrapers.

Maintain oral hygiene well.

Rinse your mouth after every meals.

Avoid intake of allergic,spicy food stuffs.

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