What to do now? Any input would be greatly appreciated

Hey everyone, I have had a bump on the roof of my mouth(on the side near the last two teeth). It is a very tiny bump, but I have always read that any bump lasting for more than two weeks must be checked out. So since the middle of February I have been seen by 3 different doctors. Two of them thought it was an ulcer or abscess and gave me antibiotics(did not work at all), and the last doctor I saw gave me an oral cancer screening with the Velscope and there were no abnormal findings with that test. It is a tiny bump and has just been sitting stagnant there for a month now, and I don't know what to do. one thing I will note is that when I stimulate the bump with my tongue it produces a bitter/nasty taste in my mouth. Like I said it is very tiny and stagnant, has not went away but has not grown either. I am thinking maybe a biopsy might be in order if it does not go away in another week or two, idk. My velscope test came back negative so I have no idea what to think. Does anyone have any opinions on all of this? Any help or input would be appreciated, thanks.
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