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Can you diagnose this? My symptoms include: fatigue, slight stomach pains, headache, and swelling on the palate of my mouth
These : These are very non-specific symptoms that may or may not be related. I would need a lot more information before i begin to attempt to make a diagnosis. My best advice to you is to visit your primary care provider for evaluation and appropriate treatment. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
Hi..My hard palate is swelling for about four months ago.. What do you think is happening? Please help me
See a dentist.: The more important question is why is your hard palate swelling? This is not normal. It can be due to oral habits, allergies to certain foods, a simple irritation by certain foods such as grapefruits or other citrus fruits, etc.... I would recommend a visit to a dentist. If they can't identify the problem, see a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For 4 months, I have had intermittent swelling of my soft palate (it doesn't look swollen, but appears to be sinking lower in my mouth). What is it?
Swelling on the roof/palate of my mouth and migraine i ran/walked a 10k 3/17/12 after i finished i got an apple and a water as i took a bite of the apple i noticed the roof of my mouth was very tender, today 3/19/12 the roof/palate is still swollen in two
How long does it take the soft palate to reduce in swelling due to snoring, after starting cpap? Thanks.
Every fragrance/scent (parfume, washing powder etc.) cause visible, significant, symmetric swelling of my tongue and palate. What is it?
Diagnosed today with a mucocele. I have a hard bump that fluctuates in size for some time now. Jabbed hard palate with toothbrush prior to swelling. ?
May be due to trauma: It appears that the location of said mucocele is on your palate. Jabbing the toothbrush may have caused this. If this is new, it may resolve on it's own. If this does not resolve then you may need to have it removed. Many mucoceles are located in the floor of the mouth or inside of the lip and the vast majority of those need to be excised. If this doesn't heal then see an oral surgeon for options. ...Read more
How long can you have an tooth abcess for without not much swelling, I have had mine for 3yrs causin redness on front gums@pain side palate?
Tip of the iceberg!: While you have been lucky (actually unlucky !) for not having much swelling, what is probably going on inside your jaw is a serious infection destroying bone and possibly effecting other teeth either now or in time. I have personally seen patients with large untreated infections and infected cysts become permanently numb and lose teeth from letting these types of infections go untreated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Midline portion of palate is swollen and tender. I also wear a partial plate. Thoughts on what would be causing the swelling and tenderness?
Pressure, infection: Pressure from the partial denture pressing against the tissue most likely, or possible infection from an adjacent tooth or from food that abraded the surface during eating. Make sure nothing is lodged between the palate and the denture. Have a dentist check all these things. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer