I am a 30-year-old male, and recently I have been suffering on and off with a sore tongue. It sometimes feels like a burning sensation or a slight numbness, and it does not hurt during swallowing and has not affected my speech. Eating and drinking make it feel better, and sometimes it feels normal as well. I tried looking into the back of my mouth and noticed a small bump on the right side of my tongue, where the pain normally comes from. The pain is bearable, but it is a bit annoying. I do not drink alcohol or smoke and I am not using any medication. I will attach a photo of my tongue.
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