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Liquid bubble under tongue
I have this bubble type thing under my tongue on the left side. It came in march but then went away now 2-3 days ago it came again. I have some irritation and no such severe pain! Can someone tell me what is it and how do I treat it at home? I got a salivary stone in february but the stone went away in 2-3 weeks as well. Can the stone be the reason for this bubble? Please help thanks
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This is something called ranula which recurs again and again and causes discomfort Better to get it removed. Visit an oral and maxillofacial surgeon for the procedure
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Apply kenakort ointment
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Yaa this lesion is called as ranula( fluid filled blister) if it comes again and again u have to remove it
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