Thank you for asking your question on Just Answer.
From what you describe I see a possibility of it being a Mucocele
Mucoceles are painless and they can happen when a salivary gland is injured or blocked.
Mucoceles can occur at various places including the on the anterior
ventral of the tongue, they can also occur under the tongue and are called as Ranula
Oral ranula may complain of swelling of the floor of the mouth that is usually painless. The mass may interfere with speech, mastication
, and swallowing because of the upward and medial displacement of the tongue and results in pain
I would like you to read these excellent article on mucoceles and Ranula:
There is nothing much to worry!
Mostly these resolve on there own, it can take few weeks to few years also,
If in case they pose any problems
or pain in future to you the best would be to consult an oral surgeon
and get them excised.
It will be a simple and minor surgical procedure and this can be done in a single sitting in his office.
I hope this answers all your questions.Feel free to contact me again if you have doubts and we can discuss it
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