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Numbness In Tongue
Experiencing sporadic pain & constant numbness on the left side of my face. Started in my temple and eye and has spread to my left cheek, jaw & tongue?
More exams needed: Neuralgia is a condition that the nerve fibers are inflamed or infected with a viral condition that can cause numbness in your face. By your description it is the trigeminal nerve affected, that enervates that area of your face. I suggest you see a neurologyst for further testing and proper diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the reason for numbness in tongue? What is the solution? And there is no past history of dental procedures.
See below: There are many causes of tongue numbness. In the medical field, the condition is called paresthesia of the tongue, and it is most commonly caused by nerve damage. Damage to the brain, allergies, and pregnancy may also lead to numbness or tingling in the tongue. Multiple sclerosis and burning mouth syndrome can also cause paresthesia. You need to consult with a doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Painful burning tongue/mouth/hroat for months, w/sometimes numbness of tongue/lips. Drs. Have said only "burning mouth syndrome" - no solution. Help!?
Causes: For bms are multifactorial - etiology can be medical (systemic) pharmaceutical, oral candidiasis and the list goes on. I would recommend being evaluated by an oral surgeon if your dentist hasn't been able to help. Ought also to consult with your physician. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Keep area clean: At this point, there is nothing to worry but to wait for it to heal. Keep the area clean to prevent bacterial superinfection. Most of the time, the numbness will significantly reduced and go away over time. Just wait patiently. You must trust your doctor since he/she is trying his/her best for you. Time frame may be six month to a year... ...Read more
Numbness on tongue, abrasions on the side of tongue, hearin loss on high frequences, age 25, no history of noise exposure, sometimes pressure on ears?
Middle ear inflection for 3 weeks, on antibiotics for the last 5 days with no results, now have pain below my left ear and slight numbness in tongue.
Diagnose middle ear infection by 2 doctors went to 3rd doctor cause slight numbness in tongue, 3rd doc say this is from ear infection, would u agree?
Yes. I agree: It is possible to have a sensation of numbness while experiencing an ear infection based on the a nerve that determines taste, which passes through the middle ear on its pathway to the tongue. If the middle ear gets infected, this nerve may get affected causing strange sensations on the tongue. Also possible is a metallic like taste. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Allergic reaction : Beet root contains iron, foloc acid, vitamin c, b, a, magnesium. It is said to lower blood pressure and increase blood flow to the brain. As for causing numbness to your tongue, this may be an allergic reaction, so stay away for beet root. If your tongue still feels swollen then seea dentist, oral surgeon or ENT about this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is cause known?: The answer to you question depends on why your tongue is numb - was it injured or did it occur spontaneously? If you did not have an injury or surgery which could potentially explain the tongue numbness, then it's more troublesome than a known cause. Either way, you need guidance from an oral surgeon to determine the cause (if no known injury), and possibly determine prognosis (future). ...Read more
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