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IDK: How long has this been going on for? Where exactly does it hurt? Does the pain linger? Are you aware of any other medical or dental symptoms? A few things come to mind: sore throat from allergies, post nasal drip, bacterial or viral infection? Swollen glands? Inflammation or infection from lower back tooth? Sore\ulcer on tongue that you cannot see? If it continues, see your dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Exploring: Babies mouth everything. The tongue is an extremely tactile organ, and they use it to examine their world. With no teeth in the front to block the movement, narwal swallowing pattern in children includes tongue thrust. Should disappear when front baby teeth erupt, and that's when you should see a pediatric dentist for 1st check-up. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 11month old started sticking her tongue out recently and just keeping it out almost all day. Why is she doing this?
Over 6 possibilities: You don't mention worry that it is down's syndrome, but that is one possible cause - there are lots of others and this web site is helpful in mentioning many. Also gives suggestions for help - like straw drinking, 'ba/pa' sounds, etc. Also - talking to your pediatrician. Glad you asked - many babies do it and others can benefit from the info too. Best! ...Read more
When i stick out my tongue was far as i can I have two raised bumps on each side at the back. Is this normal?
Probably normal: There are numerous larger bumps on the back and sides of tongue. These papillae have various functions like you taste buds. I would be more concerned about white growths on the side of your tongue since it is the most common site for cancer in your mouth. You may want to google tongue anatomy to compare your findings. You may have your dentist examine the tongue, too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ck Psychotropic S-E: ECOGNIZING SIDE EFFECTS OF NEUROLEPTICS Movement symptoms may be so subtle that a psychiatrist or neurologist who specializes in movement disorders may be the only expert to pick them up. But in many unfortunate patients, the symptoms are visible from blocks away. Tongue and facial symptoms are often the first to appear and a thorough neurological exam involves careful observation of the tongue in the mouth and sticking out. EPS and TD can mimic disorders such as Parkinson's Disease, Tourette's Syndrome, Huntington's Chorea, tics, cerebral palsy, stroke and hyperactivity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I stick my tongue all the way out I can see very large bumbs in the back of my tongue and I can see my epiglottis. Is that bad?
When I stick out my tongue all the way I see these raised bump they don't hurt or anything I'm curious and I want to know are these bumps contagious?
My 2 month old son is constantly sticking his tongue out. Is there a reason? should I be concerned? He's doing it even when not hungry, but it's a lot
Reflex: This is a reflex behavior in babies that is normal. It goes away between four and six months. At that point your baby will be able to accept a bite of food spooned into his mouth. No Worries! Thanks for using Healthtap! ...Read more
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