Bumps under tongue

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Ive been suspicious my bf has given me hpv he keeps kind of denying it but its fine though. I dont recall ever having bumps under my tongue like this before like wtf. Are there any remidies to maybe make these go away? image

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    these pictures are better image

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    the good news is, it's Definatley not cancer, cancer doesn't just go away, and come back. I doubt it's HPV either, as HPV tends to look more like fleshy skin tags, which I don't c any sign of on your tongue. if youre that worried u should take a trip to your dentist to put your mind at ease, u should probably consider a STI test as well if u think your bf could be passing things on to u. I know the worrying is the worse thing your going through at the moment, so, do anything u can to put your mind at ease. we've all been there so don't worry, you're not alone 😉 best of luck

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      Thank you so much! More has come and gone and its just weird. Its been 3 weeks and more have developed. Im going to try and go to a dentist that will give me a biopsy or something like that. I went to a specialist about a week and a half ago and he said its definitley not cancer since im so young and I dont have any family history of it. I just want to be sure of it. Ive been trying to be good about brushing my teeth really good and using listerine mouthwash. Heres what it looks like now!

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    Hey Katie, what did your dentist say about this?

    I'm having similar bumps, it comes and goes away by itself.

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