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My Tongue Feels Numb
My tongue feels numb I did kinda burn my tongue with hot tea the other day but it's Been three days since that happened now it js feels tingly ?
Neck tongue syndrome?Have upper left neck pain when i move it. It cause head pain and my tongue feels numb/weird feeling. What can I do? Relief?
Get an evaluation: This is caused by an increased mobility of c2 root which touches the hypoglossal nerve. Visit your doctor, get imaging in the area if needed. The main thing is to make sure you don't have any neurological deficits. If these are absent, then you should be ok. But to know this, visit your doctor asap. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I have sjogrens syndrome but lately my mouth has been extremely dry and my tongue feels numb, and my tongue hurts. My mouth tastes awful. What is it?
Why would i wake up with a bad pain in my neck that went into my left jaw, ear, and made my tongue feel numb. It lasted only 20 secs, what is it?
Get checked : There may be a number of reasons for this and the most serious one could be a cardiovascular event. At your age it is not common to have hypertension and be on meds for it. Heart attacks can refer pain to the areas you mention so please see your doctor fast. If this is ruled out then it may be dental or TMJ related. You will want to see your dentist for that and mention these symptoms to him/her. ...Read more
Neck tongue syndrome?Have upper left neck pain when i move it. It cause head pain and my tongue feels numb/weird feeling. Throat tired. What can I do?
Research: There are conditions with similar symptoms that can be diagnosed with an appropriate work-up. http://www.medhelp.org/posts/neurology/neck-tongue-syndrome/show/430603 has some interesting discussions that might be helpful for you to understand before consulting with your primary care physician and beyond, possibly to a neurologist. You need to be well versed in this but avoid firm self-diagnosis. ...Read more
Left side of my tongue feels slightly numb and inside left side of mouth also, it's been like it for over 30 hours now. Stroke?
Nerve dysfunction: you need seen right away, preferrably by a neurologist. You more than likely have a condition known as glossopharyngeal neuralgia, inflamation of the nerve providing sensation to the inside of your throat and tongue which is more than likely due to a virus. this is treatable. storke unlikely with symptoms this isolated, but need to rule it out. ...Read more
Is there cocaine in Zoloft (sertraline) or is there a drug similar to cocaine in Zoloft (sertraline) ? Cause i notice i get a burst of energy & my tongue feel kinda numb?
No: There is no Cocaine or similar component of Cocaine in zoloft (sertraline), a non-addictive med. The closest connection i can make is that zoloft effects neurotransmission of serotonin, which can be involved in affecting mood. That's pretty much where the connection ends. Cocaine significantly impacts Dopamine neurotransmission & is highly addictive, both having stimulant & anesthetic properties. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've had a horse voice for over 6 months with an enlarged lymph node in neck. My tongue now feels numb with low grade fevers. What could it be?
I have tiny red bumps on the tip of my tongue it feels numb and i also have a sore throat and stuffy nose?
Possibly a virus: It sound as if you have a viral infection of the sinuses. There is not much you can do to treat viral infections. Try using a nasal irragator (these can be purchased at a specialty pharmacy) if you have a fever than you may be dealing with a bacterial infection such as strep throat. So if you do have a fever you need to see a doctor to determine the proper antibiotic and dose. Hope you feel better. ...Read more
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