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Tongue weakness, i can hardly move my tongue, I have trouble eating swollowing and speaking. My tongue looks normal no swelling, no redness?
Definition: Weakness of the tongue.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have tongue weakness, find it hard to eat, swollow and speak can hardly move it around. But it looks normal no redness, not sore or swollen?
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I have anxiety, panic attacks, weight loss, rundown, tiredness, coated tongue, weakness, memory loss, confusion and irritability. I have been to a rheumo and am negative to those disease. What should I do?
Posterior left auricular vein-should this be palpable and have easily felt pulse? history of chronic l earache, ijv clot, l tongue weakness on pressure test
White tongue,extreme weakness,spaced out,chills/shakes. Loose bowels wks. Colonoscopy Tuesday. Are the above symptoms related to digestion problems.
Tongue fasciculations + bulbar weakness associated with fatigability from eating, prolonged talking/social interactions. Potential causes? Neurologic?
Yes: Many possibilities come to mind but without a physcial exam and good history it is not possible to be sure. I see you have dysautonomia. Your symptoms are not due to that. They may be a form of chorea or an inflammatory process such as can occur after untreated strep infection (i.e. variant of Sydenham chorea) or MS. The fact that you have other neuropathy is concerningThese are only a few of many possibilities, however, so I would make sure that you Take this information to your neurologist right away ...Read more
Orange/light brown stool with food and mucus. Joint weakness, white tongue, etc.. Could it be pre-chrohns? Has been 6 months. Small intestine inflamed
My son is 6 he suffers from fatigue, pain, Myoclonic jerks, sleep fragmentation, clumsiness, weakness, geographic tongue, grinding teeth sleeping etc?
Pediatric Neurologis: If possible I would recommend that you see a Pediatric Neurologist that can fully evaluate your son and develop a treatment plan. If this is not possible outside of the States, it may be appropriate for you to come to a Childrens medical center here for a thorough evalution. A diagnosis is a first step, a comprehensive care plan would be the ultimatley goal however. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My friend all of a sudden has slurred speech, his tongue is swollen on the right side and he has weakness on the right side. What is the cause ofthis?
ALS: If a patient has tongue fibrillations (not fascis!), how long would you expect to be the total time from first appearing until weakness occurs?
I had a modified barium swallow and it showed I had weakness in the back of my tongue and the back of my throat. What does that mean?
My neck glands have been swallon for 2-3 months. I have headaches, dizziness, weakness/feel tired. I have bad joint pain/ furry-yellow tongue. Why?
My boyfriend has frequent urination vomiting weakness no appitite and constant dry mouth. What can I do to make him feel better?
Daily occurrences of fatigue, muscle weakness, confusion and mouth numbness? Can't go 90 minutes without eating otherwise symptoms come very fast...
Woken up by xtrm naseau, dry mouth, urge to pee, dizzy. Hydrated, clear urine. Still have weakness, dry mouth & need to pee. Ran 3m earlier in 85deg?
Dry mouth etc, pain, bad muscle weakness, referred to rheum w strg pos ana, r.F and hi pos ssa. Rheum said prob fibro. Redid labs. Same results. Should i question if sjogrens or both isn't considered?
1st sign of guillain barre? Flu shot this am. Slight trouble swallowing (have had before. Feels like dry mouth ).No weakness or tingling in limbs.
Probably not: The exact cause of guillain-barre syndrome is unknown, but it is often preceded by an infectious illness such as a respiratory infection or the stomach flu. Luckily, guillain-barre syndrome is uncommon, affecting only 1 or 2 people per 100, 000. You may be dehydrated. Make sure to be drinking plenty of fluids. To correct dry mouth, otc biotene mouthwash can be swallowed. Use at least twice daily. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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