Small granulation grew under the tongue for less than a week, and it didn’t hurt or itch
There are several possible causes of granulation under the tongue: 1. If you have had high-risk sexual behavior before, you may be infected with condyloma acuminatum for the time being. It is suggested that you can go to the hospital for diagnosis through hpv test; 2. Not infected with condyloma, granulation may be caused by sublingual polyps.
It is possible that there are symptoms of condyloma acuminatum in the mouth and inside. It is recommended to go to the hospital for an examination. The best way is to remove it by laser surgery to prevent adverse symptoms. It is recommended to do an HPV test to see if there are positive symptoms of HPV1618.