Under certain unfavourable condition, these papillae gets enlarged, which is considered as abnormal. In most of the cases, enlarged papillae or bumps on tongue is temporary which subsides by itself. Some of the common causes of enlarged papillae or bumps on tongue include excessive smoking, GI issues, stress, infection, and oral cancer.
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