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Causes Of Blue Tongue
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Black Hairy Tongue: It is an actual condition called black hairy tongue. The papillae on the surface of the tongue become elongated and look like "hairy projections". It is caused by bacteria buildup, and things like smoking, poor oral hygiene and dry mouth can contribute. Brush your tongue and use a tongue scraper.See 1 more doctor answer
2 possibilities: There's only 2 possibilities I can think of - varicose veins of the tongue or bruising. Both of these are more common in heavy drinkers.
What would cause my spittal and tongue to turn light sky blue? Brushed w/toothpaste, went away, has not returned. 2 hours ago. Not food. Not hairy.
Pigmented liquid: Sometimes a chemical reaction happens from something you ingested or swallowed with something already in your mouth. The fact that it want away with physical brushing tells that it was superficial and extrinsic, not from within.See 2 more doctor answers
Cheek bite for one: One cause can be a cheek bite that caused bleeding below the tissue, but not enough of a bite to cause a laceration or tear so that the blood leaked out into your mouth. Another reason could be a blue nevus. You should see a dentist to have the spots evaluated and then see if any treatment is needed.
Roof of mouth is yellow/orange, and a little purple/blue. Also have a clear mouth sore that comes and goes every week or so, what could be the cause?
Unknown. . .: I recommend you see a physician or an oral surgeon right away. Without knowing any other details of your life and health history, any guess I could make would be misleading and unfair to you. This could be serious. . . Please see someone soon!See 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: Including trauma and infection. If it has persisted more than a few days get it looked at by a dentist. If it is brand new, see if it settles down fairly soon but if it lasts for 2 weeks, you really need to get it evaluated professionally.
Lots of things: See your general dentist or an oral surgeon when you have these sores present for a definitive diagnosis. The diagnosis will determine the cause, if known (for some types of sores, the cause is not well understood).See 2 more doctor answers
Truly unknown: Definitive cause is not known, but is quite common, more so in some genetic disease such as down and melkerson-rosenthal syndromes, sacoidosis etc... It is typically just a finding, not a symptom...As most have no pain etc...Glossitis or inflammation of tongue can cause pain/burning etc. And have several causes...If you have pain/burning etc...Consult doc. Good luck.See 1 more doctor answer
See: Your dentist or ENT to have your tongue examined and evaluated to determine first if it is truly large or thick and if so, why? A complete medical and dental history and personal clinical examination is needed in order to correctly answer your question.See 2 more doctor answers
Canker sores or?: Tongue is known to have many variations with pigmenting, size, appearance, & not always due to disease. Other causes of tongue that looks patchy include: lichen planus (responds to steroids), white sponge nevus (familial, benign, permanent), smoker's leukoplakia (2% risk of cancer, needs biopsy), hairy leukoplakia (due to epsteinbarr virus), warts (due to papillomavirus), "thrush" (rx antifungals).
Inflammation: If you have normal blood pressure at age 34, then your tongue may be swollen from inflammatory causes such as temperature or chemical triggers in hot spices. You may have a food allergy causing the tongue to swell. Some people take blood pressure medications in the class called ace inhibitors like lisinopril. There is a condition called angioneurotic edema of the tongue due to an enzyme deficiency.
Aphthous ulcers: Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) is a common condition, restricted to the mouth, that typically starts in childhood or adolescence as recurrent small, round, or ovoid ulcers with circumscribed margins, erythematous haloes, and yellow or gray floors. A positive family history of similar ulcers is common, and the natural history is typically of resolution in the third decade of life.
Thickening tongue: Is it sudden? Are you drooling, having difficulty speaking or swallowing? Could be allergic reaction to food or other material, take a benedryl (if not allergic to it) and seek medical attention immediately in ER. Long term thickening can be due to acromegaly, thyroid disease, amylodosis. See a doctor
Tongue Film: That white will go away if you brush your tongue or use a tongue scraper. Everyone's oral chemistry varies. Be sure you do not start having pain/stinging symptoms. It could be a bacterial/viral infection requiring lab testing..See 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say: Broken teeth, or a host of several different causes that can be signs of medical problems. See your dentist either way, there are too many possibilities to list.See 1 more doctor answer
Biting it: The most common cause would be trauma or biting your tongue.
Hairy Tongue?: Reference site: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/black_hairy_tongue.Get a more detailed answer ›