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Veins Under Tongue Swollen
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
My boyfriend kissed me and pulled my tongue new the vein underneath is beat red and my tongue is swollen?
Ruptured vein: This appears to be a vein that was traumatized when he pulled. It. It is a very bloody area and will swell dramatically... Time and care will eventually take their course but should resolve. Be careful and watch intake of hot food and coffee etc, This should resolve after several days. If persist or serious see your dentist. ...Read more
I have a red swollen vein under my tongue that sticks out a little bit. Any ideas on what can help?
See a doctor: Not sure what that could be with the information given. I would recommend you see a dentist or medical doctor. ...Read more
I have swelling beneath the tongue. It seems to bulge out each side and I have swollen veins under the front of the tongue. What's going on?
Oral surgeon: Could be a number of things. See an oral surgeon for evaluation/treatment. ...Read more
The right side of my tongue and underneath it, is swollen. Underneath my tongue on the right side the veins are, really black and purple. On top its red?
I have a swollen part of my tongue left side towards the tip runs along the vein I have searched the internet nothing cancerous looks like it. Ideas?
Tongue is swollen & hurts, having trouble swallowing & feel like there is something stuck, under tongue feels like busted blood vessels. What is this?
See a doctor: If your tongue is swollen or you are having trouble swallowing you should see a doctor. ...Read more
I had a dental deep cleaning in the right side of my mouth and now that side its swollen and I can't open my mouth normal dic said touched a vein maybe?
What happened?: My sense is that you probably had an injection for the deep cleaning, the injection for the lower teeth sometimes causes the muscle to spasm resulting in the difficulty in opening. Another possibility is that there was some internal bleeding due to the needle puncturing a blood vessel. This can cause a hematoma which would produce the same effect. Extended visit opening wide can affect jaw joints. ...Read more
What can cause the veins under the tongue to swell? My dentist noticed this today and was concerned, but did rule out cancer.
teeth bitten trauma: First we need to know the nature of the swelling and if the swelling is painful how long. So it can be just from trauma or from growth. Sometime sharp edge of tooth or partial prosthetic that cause ulcer and it grow to tumor. It might need biopsy to diagnose the lesion. ...Read more
Hard to tell: There are a number of causes and some questions that need answering, as well as a visualization before a diagnosis can be made. It can be an infection, a cyst, a blocked duct, or even a tumor. These types of problems need the attention of a local doctor. Please call an oral surgeon. ...Read more
See your dentist: See your dentist who can personally examine you, diagnose the cause and provide appropriate treatment (or refer you to an oral surgeon if necessary. It could be a host of things. The bump may be normal and unrelated to the swelling. ...Read more
Depends: check w DMD: There are red bumps on the top rear of a normal tongue called vallate papillae. They look different from the rest of the anatomy of that part of the tongue. However, without seeing the patient we can't be sure that's what you are referring to. Have a dentist check it out to be sure! ...Read more
Wrist veins.: Wrist veins cand swell for many reasons including levels of hydration, exertion, hormones and outsided temperature. Usually wrist veins are not of concern. However, one of the most common causes of wrist swelling is not a vein but a ganglion and, is this is what you have, you may need to see a hand surgeon. ...Read more
Not directly: They is some evidence that shows damage to parts of the brain resulting from the disease causing swallowing difficulty but not necessarily from hypertrophy of the tongue. ...Read more
Several Causes: Inflammation and swelling of the tongue combined with canker sores can be caused by many disorders. Major apthous stomatitis is the most common cause, but this can also be seen with other conditions like herpetic stomatitis, behcet's disease, pemphigus vulgaris, oral erosive lichen planus among others. I would see a dermatologist with experience treating oral diseases. They can help you. ...Read more
Oral surgeon: Not sure but you should see an oral surgeon to determine what the problem is ...Read more
Common: This is common and most likely normal. There is a large number of superficial veins just below the under surface of the tongue. This is the reason that medications can be absorbed into the blood stream by placement medications "under the tongue". The overlying skin of the base of the tongue is very thin. Thus, veins may look prominent and dark in color. ...Read more
"after healing? ": Whet needed to heal. Please return to your treating dentist for evaluation. Probably easily resolved. ...Read more
Normal: Normal- actually- very dark blue may appear black. ...Read more
Angioedema: I don't know what caused it but if you are having trouble swallowing, you need to go to the er immediately or dial 911 now. God bless you! Act now! ...Read more
Vaginal veins: There are vaginal and pelvic varicose veins, that can be diagnosed and treated by a vein specialist: www. Phlebology. Org. We send some patients to connecticut to mel rosenblatt, but good pelvic specialist can set up a pelvic vein MAP for treatment to resolve these problems. ...Read more
Swollen tongue: Your should see your dentist or oral surgeon for evaluation. Your could have swelling secondary to biting the side of your tongue. However you are in an age range where other possibilities exist and your dentist can check it out for you. ...Read more
Physical exam: You need to have this area examined in person by your physician. A painful tongue lesion has many etiologies. Sometimes a biopsy (small piece) needs to be removed and examined under a microscope for a proper diagnosis. ...Read more
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