What are these bumps on the back of my tongue?

Answer They are called circumvallate papillae. You usually have 8-10 of them and they have a few taste buds and saliva glands. They're perfectly normal! : )Ps. Lay off the junk food man.

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What could red bumps on the back of the tongue be?

Sores on the tongueI believe these red bumps on the back of your tongue could possibly be either canker sores or, if you are sick with the flu, signs that you may have strep throat. Also if you rec... Read More »

How do you treat lie bumps on the tongue?

Answer Hydrogen Peroxide as a mouthwash usually works!Answer~I didn't have that, so I used Witch Hazel, I had like 10 of them on the end of my tonue, stuck it out, pour'd the Liquid Gold on the end... Read More »

What causes little white bumps on your tongue?

Nothing, it's either you have not been scrubbing your tongue enough. OR you got some little cold or something, I don't really know.

What are big pink bumps on back of tongue?

The normal tongue has numerous taste buds which are necessary for appreciation of taste. Those at the back are relatively larger and form prominences.