Tongue fullness - Doctor answers
When I wake up in the morning my tongue is full of blisters, coated and very sensitive. The blisters disappear within 4 hours. What is this?
Don't know: I would suggest having a dentist with training in oral pathology take a look. Without seeing the lesion, reviewing your health, and possibly taking a biopsy it is difficult to offer an opinion... ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Dad has tongue cancer. Having full glossectomy & neck dissection r/o 4 lymph nodes. Worried he won't survive : (prognosis? Only 63yrs old. Talk eat?
Right side tonsillitis. Stiff neck, ear fullness, TONGUE FEELS PULLED&SLIGHTLY PAINFUL ON RIGHT SIDE&bumps on it deep in throat. Possible tongue cancer?
Unilateral tongue sx: Key issue is how long this has been going on. Most likely at your age, the symptoms are related to a localized infectious process, perhaps a peritonsillar abscess, with an immune reaction leading the tongue and other lymphoid tissue to respond, close off your tubes, enlarge nodes in your neck and even along your tongue. If persistent, go for exam. Oral cancer rare @22, but not impossible w. HPV ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby has chicken pox and her tongue and mouth are full of spots! She can't feed, sleep and cries a lot! Is there a treatment for her mouth?
Benadryl/Maalox: Mix equal parts of liquid Benadryl and maalox. Then take a q-tip and paint the mixture on to the sore areas. You can also give oral tylenol (acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen for pain relief. You don't mention age, but if old enough (like past 8 months) can let her lick on a popsicle for relief. Do not use any products containing aspirin. And people out there - ge your varicella vaccine on time so babies don't catch it! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Under my tongue the veins feel full or enlarged and it is becoming very uncomfortable. Running up behind my ear and down my neck seems to be where pai?
Clogged gland?: Based on description of the problem and your age, you could very well have a clogged duct from either your submandibular or sublingual salivary gland. The back up of pressure would be painful and could travel as you have described. I suggest you see an oral surgeon ASAP for a definitive diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've had a sorethroat for over a week. Its getting harder to swallow. Also have a stiff next. And sounds weird but my tongue feels like is full. It also feels like something is styck in my throat. And I feel very dehydrated.?
I've a sore throat and scalloped tongue that's a little sore? I've had scalloped tongue once before had full blood count was normal
Scalloped tongues: In itself is nothing to be concerned about. It usually results from the tongue rubbing against the adjacent lower back teeth. If you have any other dental or medical symptoms or issues, I would suggest that you see a dentist or physician for an evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cause of swelling below ear along right side jawline almost to chin? Feels full of fluid. Could this cause pinched feeling under same side of tongue?
How many fasciculations a day would I have if I was in the hyperexcitability phase of ALS? I have a hand full a day on the tongue.
Number- unimportant: Numbers of fasciculations not used as a criteria under any circumstance in the diagnosis of ANY disease involving motor neurons. There are a variety of reasons for tongue fasciculations. Also, tongue fascics can be challenging for some physicians to identify let along lay folks. Be happy to look at them by webcam if you want: www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi will give the details. ...Read more
10days postoperative tonsillectomy. I believe my mouth is full of thrush surgeon says didn't think so. But tongue and throatvery raw. What should I do?
Got wisdom teeth removed. Took penicillin&medical mouthwash in full (done). Now yellow on back of tongue when wake up in AM. What should I do?
Swollen lymphnodes, pus on back of throat, back of tongue sore, hard2swallow, ears feel full.1 doc gave me biaxin (clarithromycin) finished went to diff doc he said viral.
A throat culture and: Blood count can determine whether it's bacterial or viral. There's no harm done if u were initially given antibiotics. Take care! ...Read more
In general, how often does a full mouth series xrays need to be taken? Once a year? Every 3 years?
It's been a month that every few days I wake up with a dry as desert mouth full of sticky white jelly-like thing in it. What's the problem?
See Your Dentist: There are many causes for waking up with a dry mouth. Please see your dentist for a comprehensive evaluation of your specific problem and related symptoms. ...Read more
Many causes: There are many causes from an upper respiratory infection (cold), allergies, or gastric/stomach reflux which irritates the back of the throat producing mucous. Sometimes a bronchitis can do it. If you fever then drink more fluids, take some Mucinex (guaifenesin) OTC and sometimes some salt water gargles If fever or dark green color to the mucous then see provider ...Read more
Better healing: Irrigation can be with various solutions for different purposes. Debris removal with hydrogen peroxide can be used. Chlorahexadine can be used for better healing and bacteria removal. Irrigation can be done in conjunction with a debridement or scaling and root planning, depending on the diagnostic findings of the dentist. ...Read more
Dear dr for sometime now I have realised that anytime I woke up from sleep, my mouth is full with saliava. This is worrying me. What is the cause.
When I wake up in the morning my mouth is full of thick brown smelling saliva and it drips to my pillowcase, this has been happening for years. Do you?
Not Normal: This should have been addressed a long time ago. Without knowing anything at all about you, not even your age, your best bet is to be examined by a local physician to determine the cause and possible treatment. ...Read more