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What Causes Swelling Under The Tongue
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
What causes swelling on the gum and under the tongue? Was diagonised with Herpes Type 1.Please reply me.
Exam needed to DX: There are many possibilities--need exam to give DXSee 3 more doctor answers
Swelling under the tongue its hardish when I push on it. Sometimes it seems to get a burn/tingle feeling. Anything I could do?
Many conditions: Cause swelling under the tongue. It could be related to obstruction of the salivary glands, a tumor, a dental infection. Infections tend to have pain. If you are having trouble swallowing see a physician or oral surgeon right away. If not, still a good idea to be examined by the doctor.See 6 more doctor answers
I am experiencing discomfort in my inner cheeks and under the tongue, especially when eating. I have bumps and swelling in these regions.?
Salivary gland issue: Your symptoms and their timing with eating seem to indicate a salivary gland problem. The locations you describe are where they are located, they function more when you are eating and if not allowed to secrete they would swell and be sore. The bumps could be the duct openings which could be irritated. See an Oral Surgeon.See 1 more doctor answer
A few thoughts...: A swelling under the tongue could be dangerous... if it rapidly expands, it can block your airway and cause asphyxiation. How long have you had it? How old are you? Do you have any teeth? Do you smoke? Answers to these questions could give some insight to an answer... lacking any information whatsoever, best bet is for you to see a local oral surgeon.See 3 more doctor answers
See a dentist: See a dentist to examine you and determine what you see and feel and whether it's normal or not.
Under my tongue feels like its swelling up but when I look at it, its just a bit red. This has been happening a few times a day for the past 2 weeks?
Wild card.: This could be a plugged salivary gland. These swell when salivary flow increases (often before and at mealtime) and shrink up when is decreases; this cycles through a typical day. It could also be something either more or less serious. See your dentist or oral surgeon and get a first-hand evaluation with a plan of action; put it behind you & worry no more ;-).See 1 more doctor answer
Everytime I eat my salivary gland under my tongue swells and after a few minutes the swelling goes down. Is something wrong?
Blocked Duct?: It is possible that you have a blocked salivary duct. See a local oral surgeon to have it examined and treated, if necessary.See 3 more doctor answers
I got a tooth (19) extracted wednesday, today thursday 1 day since. I noticed some blown veins under my tongue, and some swelling. Anything to worry?
Probably not: Look at both sides under your tongue, if it looks the same then most likely your natural anatomy. If one side is reder, it is possible that the suction got on the tissue and just caused a little localized bleeding. Check with your dentist at the post op visit.See 1 more doctor answer
I have ulcers under my tongue and also some tongue swelling. My tongue also looks like it has laserations on it. What should I do for this?
Swollen and painful to touch lymph nodes under jaw on both sides + swelling at the base of the "thing" under my tongue. Swelling causing tight neck?
What can cause the veins under the tongue to swell? My dentist noticed this today and was concerned, but did rule out cancer.
Many things: Dr. Kwok's answer is thorough. Keep in mind tongue swelling *can* be a life threatening problem if severe. If you have severe swelling, feel like you are having trouble breathing, call 911 or head to the er. If you take an ace-inhibitor (lisinopril or other -pril medicine) make sure you get this checked out asap as those medicines can cause a very rare but serious allergic reaction.See 1 more doctor answer
Few things: A few things. Some of which are not good. See oral surgeon for evaluation/diagnosis/treatment recommendations.
Unlikely: So far in ten years of practice not seen it, it does have dopaminergis properties and theoretically eps sx including a feeling of swollen tongue like feeling can happen. Are you taking any other medications, over the counter meds. Do you react or other meds sensitively too.
It depends: But the most likely problems are infection or a contact allergy to the stud.See 1 more doctor answer
I have severe tongue swelling both at home and when I'm away. No med changes in years. No food-related patterns. Always feel numbness 1st. Causes??
Angioedema: This can be critical. Some antihypertensive medications can be associated it and some NSAIDs cause it too, I suggest you see an allergist for some blood work and if currently swollen, seek medical attention immediately. You need to have some test to check your type of angioedema, it is likely to be idiopathic. if the attacks are frequent, a daily antihistamine such as Zyrtec or Allegra (fexofenadine) help
Every fragrance/scent (parfume, washing powder etc.) cause visible, significant, symmetric swelling of my tongue and palate. What is it?
Allergic reactions: The best way to avoid any health problems is by avoiding all products that contain fragrances of any sort.See 1 more doctor answer
The back of my tongue turned brown and looks kind of hairy. Also, one area of my gum feels itchy and a bit swelling. Are they related? Wt r the causes?
Hairy tongue: Hairy tongue results when projections on the tongue called papillae grow longer and don't shed like normal. This makes the tongue appear hairy. Debris, bacteria or other organisms can collect on these papillae and result in brown or black appearance. Use a tongue scraper daily. Itchy gum can be from any number of sources and would need to be looked at by your dentist if persists for more than two weeks.
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
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