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    Bump on roof of my 6 month old's mouth
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    mikesmontana posted:
    Any tips as to what a hard bump on my 6 month old's mouth might be? We just noticed it tonight. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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    Ashh210 responded:
    I too just noticed a hard bump on the roof of my 5 month olds mouth. It's not white or yellow like I've heard the Epstein pearls are but hard and basically the same color as his pallet. Did you find out what your baby's is yet?
     
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    mikesmontana replied to Ashh210's response:
    It ended up going away on its own, same day Doctor appointment was. It didn't burst or anything that we could see but it just slowly deceased then was gone. I'm wondering of it has to do somewhat with teething but I'm not sure.


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