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Unable To Stick Tongue Out Of Mouth
Found myself liking to breath in through my mouth until I feel a dryness where my tongue sticks to the roof of my mouth. Like the air taste. Help.
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
Not homegrown: Betel nuts in illinois? They have a mild narcotic effect, perhaps that is what you are feeling. It could be allergy. If the symptoms get worse, go to the emergency room. Also if you added something to the betel nuts, consider the effect of it.
I keep involuntarily sucking my mouth shut at night, tongue sticks to my palate real tight, mornings can't open fully. Tongue hurts+ tremor. What can it b?
Temporary Trismus: Temporary trismus is divided into intraarticular causes and extra-articular causes. Temporomandibular joint dysfunction represents the most common cause. I agree with others that a you should see a dentist to make sure you do not have an abscess which also represents a common cause. Good luck and well wishes.See 1 more doctor answer
Having really dry mouth I have to excessively chew food to swallow & sometimes have to drink it down with water. My tongue sticks to roof of mouth?
Many causes: While there are many causes the one I find most common is dryness or diminished salivation due to side effects from drugs including many over the counter types like anithistamines. In fact, the most common side effect secondary to prescription drugs in dry mouth. Talk to your dentist or doctor to find out for sure.See 1 more doctor answer
Frenum: It sounds like you are referring to the lingual frenum, which is normal and nothing to be concerned about. It is a flap of tissue that attaches the underside of the tongue to the floor of the mouth. If you are still concerned, show it to a dentist just to be sure.
Check TMJ: The temporal mandibular joint may have a probelm and your denist would be your first stop. See your dentist.See 1 more doctor answer
My 1 year old fell and bit through his tongue 5 hours ago, he is unable to nurse or swallow anything?
My 11month old daughter almost always sticks he tongue out. Is this normal? She's teething too. Thank you
When 17 month old son sticks out tongue it wiggles a lot without him trying to. Like a wave motion. What could this be?
Nerve disorder: Please get him to a good Periatric Neurologist who can talk to you about your family history and evaluate your son. This could be a degenerative disorder.
Why do babies always stick everything in their mouth? Also my son is almost two, is it normal for him to still be doing it?
Of the 5 senses that: Allow us to explore & understand the world, what touches our lips/ mouths in a pleasurable, fulfilling way is one of the first. If that's so rewarding, why not try other things to see if they're as enjoyable? Developmentally, from 6 mos.-3 yrs is typical for mouthing objects. Insuring that access is limited to safe, clean objects too large to swallow or choke on is a parent's responsibility.See 1 more doctor answer
My 10 year old has 101 fever, hurts when he sticks his tongue out and white stuff under his tongue. What could this be? Thank you.
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?
No: The bumps you see are likely slightly enlarged vallate papillae which are normal. Further back there are lymphoid nodules - which if not painful, would again be no reason for concern.
How would you know if baby has an oral thrush? Mine, always sticking his tongue out? Could that be a sign.? I'm just scared he got thrush.
Oral thrush?: Thrush is common in infants and occurs because the immune system needs to mature. On examination, the baby will have white plaque like lesions on the inner cheeks, roof of mouth, or on gums. The whitish material isn't easy to remove with a wet cloth. If you are breastfeeding, the infection can transfer to the mother's breast causing a tingling feeling or discomfort. Seek medical attention.See 2 more doctor answers
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?
Moist inside cheeks, under tongue but top of tongue is constantly very dry (food sticks to it). Chewing xylitol gum doesn't help. Not Sjogrens. Cause?
I have a small growth on the left side of my tongue. It looks like a small white grain of rice and is sticking straight out, like it is attached to my tongue by the tip. It is painless and has been there for a for aprox. 3 weeks.?
Although it is: Likely to be benign and perhaps just a swollen taste bud, any persistent growth in the mouth is extremely concerning. You need to be seen by a health care provider as soon as possible for an examination.
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.See 2 more doctor answers
Floor of mouth: When you extend your tongue out of your mouth, the structures in the floor of the mouth are stretched and if there is any inflammation in that space under your tongue (behind your lower teeth) pain will occur. An oral surgeon or specialist in oral medicine should be consulted. The floor of the mouth has sublingual glands, and a structure called the frenulum. If the frenulum is tight, it can hurt.
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.See 1 more doctor answer
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