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Small ranula under tongue
I got this thing under my tongue in the last month. One day I was eating spicy chips and I felt an irritation under my tongue on the left side. The photo you are seeing is that of today after I drank pepsi and it enlarged. On the usual days its normal & is not even visible. I need some suggestions on what to do? I am not in favour of any surgery can you please suggest me any home remedy or ayurvedic medicine? This doesn't pain at all but yes causes slight irritation when I play with it also especially after taking spicy food or pepsi etc. It is soft like a bubble. Also I have two impacted wisdom tooths which I'll be getting removed once the lockdown ends! **in february I got a salivary stone, but the stone went away in 1-2 weeks, can it be caused by the stone?** Please reply. Thank you!
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Ok, you can consult on my page, as u need oral Medicine specialist consultation for its Diagnosis and timely treatment. Myself MDS oral Medicine specialist from most eminent govt dental colege, MAIDS/ MAMC delhi. I will take a detailed history, advice and medicate you accordingly. Thanks
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Yes it can be due to salivary stone...just wait n watch for another month...
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no need to panic..follow up after a month..
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