I was in that half asleep/half awake state this morning( I hope you all know what I mean). I realised I was biting my cheek with my teeth, but being half asleep I couldn't do anything about it. When I woke up it was a little sore, but the slight soreness did not continue for the rest of the day. This evening I felt a lump in my cheek which is only slightly painful, and only when I touch it. I have never had anything like this before. The lump is actually in the exact place as I was biting. Does this sound like just from the trauma of biting my cheek or something alot worse? I don't have a fever or anything, and feel perfectly fine.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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