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Random tongue pain driving me crazy. Please help anything i can take?

Random tongue pain driving me crazy. Please help anything i can take?

See oral surgeon: I would recommend you see an oral surgeon to have this looked at. They can help determine what is causing the random pain and either treat it or refer you to the proper medical person to do so. ...Read more

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What causes tongue pain on one side?

What causes tongue pain on one side?

Trauma or ulcers...: Most common causes or unilateral pain "on" the tongue are trauma from burn, bites, cuts, or dentistry, or ulcer--aphthous, or herpetic. Most commonly it is one sided. ...Read more

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Could you help me with my tongue pain?

Determine cause: An internet diagnosis for such a problem is not possible... The pain can be coming from a number of different factors. Medical history as well as smoking/alcohol history needs to be established, as well as a physical exam. Please see a local oral surgeon for a consult. ...Read more

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What does it mean when u get bad tongue pain?

It means time to see: Your doctor. Tongue pain can be caused by a primary localized condition affecting the tongue or may be due to a systemic condition. Recommend seeing your doctor since the possibilities are many. ...Read more

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I am having some chest and tongue pain while jogging/running followed by coughing fit?

I am having some chest and tongue pain while jogging/running followed by coughing fit?

Chest pains : Regardless the cause, could be only muscle pain or tongue pain, etc.. However, pain in your chest with the symptoms you have described is a serious medical condition. It is always a red flag and appointment with your PCP or cardiologist is warranted. Take care. ...Read more

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Can lisinopril cause tongue pain?

Can lisinopril cause tongue pain?

Yes: Angioedema of face, extremities, lips, tongue, glottis and/or larynx is seen in patients treated with ace inhibitors, including lisinopril. Lisinopril should be promptly discontinued and appropriate therapy given. Even when swelling of the tongue without respiratory distress occurs prolonged observation may be needed since treatment with antihistamines and corticosteroids may not resolve this. ...Read more

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How get rid of tongue pain after biting it?

Take a pain reliever: As long as your tongue is not bleeding, a pain reliever like ibuprofen, Motrin or tylenol (acetaminophen) can be helpful. Fortunately, the tongue heals quite quickly, so your pain should be short lived. ...Read more

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Tingling tongue pain left side of face had scans taking pain relief still no good?

Tingling tongue pain left side of face had scans taking pain relief still no good?

Evaluation necessary: A tingling tongue and pain requires professional evaluation. Although the cause can be as simple as traumatic irritation from clenching and bruxing, systemic factors such as malnutrition, nerve injury, central nervous system lesions such as herpetic lesions and growths along the course of the trigeminal nerve can all feel the same. ...Read more

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Does sulfameth cause swollen lips, tongue pain?

It could.: Allergic reaction or oral candidiasis (thrush) could be related to use of an antibiotic like sulfameth, so you could experience swollen lips and tongue pain. ...Read more

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Can sulfameth cause swollen lips, and tongue pain?

Can sulfameth cause swollen lips, and tongue pain?

SMZ/TMP: Sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim, as any other antibiotic, can cause allergic reactions that can have a broad range of manifestations. Edema (perioral), rash, urticaria, fever, nausea, vomiting, etc. I would suggest halting the medication & contacting the doctor who prescribed it to alert them to your symptoms. Continuing can worsen these symptoms & also potentially be very serious with airway. ...Read more